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A Sonata Recital

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Anthony Pini (violoncello)
Olive Bloom (pianoforte)
There were two Marcellos in Venice at the end of the seventeenth and in the first half of the eighteenth centuries, and though both were outstanding figures of their time, it is the younger, Benedetto, who is best remembered now. There is a monument to him in the Church of San Giuseppe of Brescia, and the inscription calls him statesman, musician, and poet. But he was a good many other things besides. Music was his diversion, not his calling, but he was so eminent a violinist and composer as to leave his mark for all time on the course it was to take. His own music for the church and the concert room entitle him to a place of honour among the lesser classical composers.
Sonata in F sharp minor (in one movement)
Hure Jean Hure was born in 1877, began his career as a concert pianist, and later founded the Paris Ecole Normale de Musique. Among Hure's chamber music there are three sonatas for cello and piano. The first in F sharp minor is cast in four linked movements, which are preceded by a prelude and followed by Postlude.

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Unknown: Anthony Pini
Pianoforte: Olive Bloom
Unknown: Hure Jean Hure

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