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Vivaldi's Venice

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Continuing the series devoted to Vivaldi and his Venetian contemporaries. Today a motet by Vivaldi probably written for one of his pupils at the Ospedale delta Pieta. There are also works by Bonporti, who had much of his music published in Venice, and Benedetto Marcello , a lawyer and councillor in the city. Both men described themselves as ' dilettanti di musica' which in those days simply meant that they composed music for pleasure and not for money.
Vivaldi Concerto in A, for strings (RV 158)
BENEDETTO MARCELLO ENSEMBLE
8.13* Bonporti Violin Concerto in D, Op 11 No 8 WILLY BUSCH
BENEDETTO MARCELLO ENSEMBLE
8.25* Vivaldi Motet: Canta In prato (RV 623)
ANNA MARIA BONDI (soprano)
LES solistes DE PARIS, directed by HENRI CLAUDE FANTAPlE
8.34* Vivaldi Flute Concerto In c minor (RV 441)
WILLIAM BENNETT , ACADEMY OF ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS conducted by NEVILLE MARRINER
8.45* Benedetto Marcello Intro duction, Aria and Presto
BENEDETTO MARCELLO ENSEMBLt gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Benedetto Marcello
Unknown: Benedetto Marcello
Unknown: Willy Busch
Unknown: Benedetto Marcello
Soprano: Anna Maria Bondi
Directed By: Henri Claude Fantaple
Unknown: William Bennett
Conducted By: Neville Marriner
Conducted By: Benedetto Marcello Intro
Unknown: Benedetto Marcello Ensemblt

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