Pietro Locatelli, Jed Wentz, Musica ad Rhenum – Locatelli: Flute Sonatas – Complete – Music. Locatelli: 12 Flute Sonatas, Op By Pietro Locatelli, Anthony Pleeth, Stephen Preston, Christopher Hogwood. • 12 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Sonata No.1 . Locatelli: Flute Sonatas, Op. 2. Tactus: TC Buy CD or download online. Il Ruggiero.
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Italian Baroque composers Male violinists People from Bergamo births deaths 18th-century classical composers. This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat Der Virtuose und seine Welt. The Flute Sonatas, Op. The Introduttioni teatrali Op.
Locatelli began studying in Rome in autumnprobably under Antonio Montanari or Giuseppe Valentini and perhaps for a short time under Arcangelo Corelliwho died in January Retrieved 15 December flkte The last of these is an attractive set of variations recalling similar ones by his contemporaries—the London-based Barsanti and the Swedish Johann Helmich Roman.
Locatelli’s last known stop was in Kassel, where he received the very high payment of 80 reichsthaler after his visit to Charles I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kasselon 7 December Both works, and especially Op. Skip to main content. The all-time greats Read about the artists who changed the world of classical music.
All these things, as lodatelli as his instruments and much more, were auctioned in August Retrieved from ” https: Some rich music lovers, who would play as amateurs with Locatelli, helped him to become affluent.
He took great care to achieve flawless editions. The Capricci were important study and exercise pieces but were not intended for public performance. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
Views Read Edit View history. The musical idiom is predominantly that of the late baroque though there are plenty of ‘galant’ gestures, too. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music.
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Examples of virtuoso works are the Violin Sonatad Op.
Problems playing this file? This eloquent piece is for me the crowning glory of the set, also perhaps on account of listening to my amateur flautist father practising it night after night when I was a nipper. It was his only collection specifically for flute though a further set of six sonatas for two violins or two flutes Op. They sonatqs published later in Amsterdam.
I enjoyed these lively and imaginative performances.
Little is known about Locatelli’s childhood. Hazelzet has a wonderfully supple rhythmic sense, a warm, rounded tone and a very impressive technique. Sources [ edit ] John Hendrik Calmeyer: It includes ornithologicaltheologicalchurch historicalpoliticalgeographicalart historical and mathematical works, and literature on music theory dating back to the 16th century. Locatelli died on 30 March  in his house on the Prinsengracht. It is believed that his performances made him famous, but almost no source attests to his attaining high virtuosity.
Locatelli’s flute sonatas, like those for violin, make considerable demands on the technique of the soloist.
Locatelli’s preferred sonata layout is slow-fast-slow-fast consisting mainly of binary movements; but there are exceptions to the general rule such as the G major Sonata which is in three movements. The attractive Sonata No.
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In aristocratic circles he was a recognized, admired and supported virtuoso and composer.