A large-scale setting in fourteen movements. With editor's notes in English. This work was composed while Platti was employed in Würzburg. This edition is based on a manuscript held by the Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica L. Cherubini in Florence.
A piano reduction by Kent Carlson of this setting of the Stabat Mater text by Platti. The text is cast as an aria, full of chromaticism and expressiveness. With an introduction.
A thematic catalog of the works of Platti (1697-1763), the Italian composer and oboist who spent much of his life in Würzburg. The book also includes brief discussion of his life and work. With an index.
The sonatas of Platti are performed by Sebastian Hess, Rüdiger Lotter, and Florian Birsak.
This disc features three of Platti's nine keyboard concertos. With Concerto Madrigalesco.
This volume contains the first six sonatas for cello composed by Platti in 1725. With an introduction in German and English. Critical commentary. Platti composed these sonatas for Count Rudolf Franz Erwein von Schönborn. The sonatas are kept in a manuscript held by Count Paul von Schönborn.
Two sets of six sonatas (facsimile of the autograph score). Preface (French, English and German) with chronology and short list of works.
Platti was a skilled oboist as well as a fine composer, and this sonata attests to both. This edition is based on a manuscript in Dresden's Sächlische Landesbibliothek. With an introduction.
First edition, edited by Leo Langer. This is one of three surviving Mass settings by Platti. The only surviving copy is a manuscript set of parts in the collection of the Count of Schönborn-Wiesentheid. With a foreword in German and English and critical notes in German only.
Platti composed 19 trio sonatas, all found in the old catalogue in the music library of Count Schönborn, which treat the cello as an equal concertante instrument with the violin. This edition presents six of these, in partbook form. Each is in a separate booklet. With an introduction.
This volume contains the second group of sonatas for cello composed by Platti in 1725. With an introduction in German and English. Critical commentary. Although the two sets of sonatas survive in different manuscripts, they appear to be intended to be taken together.
Performed by the ensemble Armoniosa. Hybrid SACD.
Contents: Ricercata I a Violino e Violoncello in D major --Sonata Quarta a Violoncello Solo et Continuo in C minor --Ricercata II a Violino e Violoncello in A major --Ricercata III a Violino e Violoncello in E major --and more. With the Neumeyer Consort Ensemble für Alte Musik.
With a preface in German and English. These works combine elements of counterpoint and lyricism. The first three pieces survive in copyist's manuscripts; the last is in the composer's autograph.
Edited by Frohmut Dangel-Hofmann. Contents: Concerto in D major, WD 651 -- Concerto in D major, WD 652 -- Concerto in D minor, WD 655 -- Concerto in G minor, WD 663 -- Concerto in G minor, WD 665 -- Concerto in C minor, WD 669 -- Sonata in G major, WD 675 -- Sonata in D major, WD 681 -- Sonata in A…