The sonatas in this disc were composed around 1778. With Giovanni Togni, piano.
Contents: Guitar Sonata -- Kasidas del Alcazar -- 3 Preludios -- Vientecillo de Primavera -- Guitar Quintet -- Canción de cuna. With the Castillo Quartet and vocalist Eleonara Mosca.
Contents: 22 Tarots -- Presto Mormorando -- Sonata de Fuego.
Trio Legrenzi performs the twelve sonatas of Marcello's Opus 2. On two CDs.
Marcello: Sonata II D Minor -- Sonata III G Minor -- J.C. Pepusch: Sonata V B-Flat Major -- Sonata II D Minor -- Corelli: Sonata XI G Major -- Sonata VIII E Minor -- Marcello: Sonata XII F Major. With the Bergen Barokk.
Edited by Lysiane Brettschneider. With a preface in German and English. This volume contains the first three of Marcello's six sonatas for two gambas, originally published in Amsterdam around 1734. Urtext edition.
Edited by Lysiane Brettschneider. With a preface in German and English. This volume contains the last three of Marcello's six sonatas for two gambas, each of which is in four movements. Urtext edition.
Basso continuo realization by Egino Klepper. The second of Marcello's six cello sonatas, published in London, Paris and Amsterdam between 1732-1735. Preface by the editor.
A new edition of Marcello's Sonata No. 1 in F major, and Sonata No. 4 in G minor. This edition replaces the 1924 Schott publication with the same edition number. Continuo realization by Egino Klepper. With a preface in German and English.
Edited by Lysiane Brettschneider. With a preface in German and English. One plate. The last three of six sonatas for two cellos. There is some uncertainty as to whether these pieces were actually composed by Marcello, or if he allowed the use of his name for a fee.
Edited by Lysiane Brettschneider. With a preface in German and English. One plate. The first three of six cello sonatas which were first published by Gerhard Fredrik Witvogel in Amsterdam, ca. 1734. Each sonata has a form of Largo-Presto-Largo-Presto.
Marcello originally composed this sonata for alto recorder and continuo. This edition includes a score with realized continuo, and parts for sax and cello. With notes on the edition.
Performed by cellist Anthony Pleeth and harpsichordist Christopher Hogwood.
…music. This sonata, transcribed for tuba and keyboard, was originally a cello sonata composed in 1732. The transcribers have taken great care to preserve Marcello's intentions by consulting an original edition of the sonata published in London by John Walsh. The only changes from Marcello's score…