Arthur Grumiaux Violin Christianne Jaccottet Harpsichord. Painting: "Music" by Paolo Veronese 1556-57.
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Padre Giovanni Battista Martini. Freiburger Domkapelle. 2. Beatus vir (Psalm 111). Padre Giovanni Battista Martini. 3. Cantate Domino (Introitus vom 4. Ostersonntag). Preludio Prima per il Cembalo.
Performers: Norbert Düchtel, organ Oscar Milani, harpsichord Freiburger Domkapelle Boris Böhmann, director. Giovanni Battista Martini may be one of the best-known personalities in the history of music, generally referred to as 'Padre Martini'. His fame is mainly due to his theoretical writings and the fact that he was the teacher of famous composers like Johann Christian Bach, André Ernest Modeste Grétry, Niccolò Jommelli and Mozart. Very few people know his own compositions. The organ in the Schwarzenberg convent has been built in 1989 and isn't the ideal medium for this kind of music. The harpsichord sonatas are played on a German two-manual instrument, which has been chosen to realise the 'intended dynamics'. I am not very happy with this choice either, as there is a real difference between German and Italian instruments.
Martini: Sacred Vocal Music (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. CD 1. Padre Giovanni Battista Martini Composer. 20 Composizioni Originali Work. Norbert Düchtel Organ. 1. Toccata I, for organ. Salmo Beatus Vir Work. Boris Bohmann Conductor, Freiburg Domkapelle Choir, Raimund Hug Organ. Salmo Beatus Vir. 4:08.
The greater number of Martini's sacred compositions remain unprinted. The Liceo of Bologna possesses the manuscripts of two oratorios; and a requiem, with some other pieces of church music, are now in Vienna. Litaniae atque antlphonae finales B. V. Mariae were published at Bologna in 1734, as also twelve Sonate d'intavolalura; six Sonate per i'organo ed il cembalo in 1747; and Duetti da camera in 1763. It treats chiefly of the tonalities of the plain chant, and of counterpoints constructed upon them. Besides being the author of several controversial works, Martini drew up a Dictionary of Ancient Musical Terms, which appeared in the second volume of GB Doni's Works; he also published a treatise on The Theory of Numbers as applied to Music.
Album · 2010 · 24 Songs. By Anonymous & Giovanni Battista Martini - Raimund Hug, Freiburg Domkapelle & Boris Böhmann. 4. Harpsichord Sonata No. 1: I. Preludio (Grave). By Giovanni Battista Martini - Oscar Milani. 5. 1: II. Allegro. 6. 1: III. Vivace. 7. Organ Sonata No. 2: I. By Giovanni Battista Martini - Norbert Duchtel. 8. 2: II. Ohne Bezeichnung.
10 Sonatas for Harpsichord. Sonate per Gravicembalo. Pescetti, Giovanni Battista. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. To his c. 738? opera, Conquista del vello d'oro, followed by a transcription of an Ariette possibly from the same opera?
Giovanni Battista Martini (24 April 1706 – 3 August 1784), also known as Padre Martini, was an Italian musician. Martini was born at Bologna. His father, Antonio Maria Martini, a violinist, taught him the elements of music and the violin; later he learned singing and harpsichord playing from Padre Pradieri, and counterpoint from Antonio Riccieri and Giacomo Antonio Perti
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (January 4, 1710 – 16 or March 17, 1736) was an Italian composer, violinist and organist. Born at Jesi, Pergolesi studied music there under a local musician, Francesco Santini, before going to Naples in 1725, where he studied under Gaetano Greco and Francesco Feo among others. He spent most of his brief life working for aristocratic patrons like the principe di Stigliano and the duca di Maddaloni. Pergolesi also wrote sacred music, including a Mass in F. It is his Stabat Mater (1736), however, for male soprano, male alto and orchestra, which is his best known sacred work. It was commissioned by the Confraternità dei Cavalieri di San Luigi di Palazzo (the monks of the brotherhood of San Luigi di Palazzo) as a replacement for the rather old-fashioned one by Alessandro Scarlatti for identical forces which had been performed each Good Friday in Naples.
Giovanni Battista Martini, also known as Padre Martini (April 24, 1706 – August 3, 1784) was an Italian musician. Giovanni Battista Martini, also known as Padre Martini (April 24, 1706 – August 3, 1784) was an Italian musician. His father, Antonio Maria Martini, a violinist, taught him the elements of music and the violin; later he learned singing and harpsichord playing from.
|1||Toccata 1 (Vivace) (from "Venti Composizioni") Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:30|
|2||Beatus vir (Psalm 111) Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||4:06|
|3||Cantate Domino (Introitus vom 4. Ostersonntag) Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||3:02|
|Preludio Prima per il Cembalo|
|4||Preludio (Grave) Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:42|
|5||Allegro Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||4:21|
|6||Vivace Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||2:29|
|Sonata Seconda per l'Organo|
|7||Allegro Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||2:38|
|8||Ohne Bezeichnung Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||2:53|
|Sonata Terza per il Cembalo|
|9||Allegro Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||5:42|
|10||Ohne Bezeichnung Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:15|
|11||Minuetto Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:49|
|Sonata Quarta per l'Organo|
|12||Adagio Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||3:57|
|13||Vivace Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:57|
|Sonata Quarta per il Cembalo|
|14||Allegro Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||3:40|
|15||Ohne Bezeichnung Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||2:51|
|16||Aria Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:43|
|Sonata Sesta per l'Organo|
|17||Adagio Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||3:03|
|18||Ohne Bezeichnung Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||2:00|
|19||Os justi Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:25|
|20||Sonata al "post-communio" sui Flauti Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||3:28|
|21||Sonata sui Flauti II Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||2:30|
|22||Mihi autem Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:34|
|23||Toccata III (Allegro moderato) (from "Venti Composizioni") Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||1:29|
|24||Toccata per il "Deo Gratias" (Allegro) (from "Venti Composizioni") Padre Giovanni Battista Martini||Freiburger Domkapelle||2:36|
Credits:Boris Böhmann - Choir Director, Liner Notes
Antonio Crespi - Paintings
Norbert Düchtel - Liner Notes, Organ
Freiburger Domkapelle - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Raimund Hug - Organ
Eberhard M. Löcher - Liner Notes
Jens Markowsky - Editing
Padre Giovanni Battista Martini - Composer
Oscar Milani - Cembalo, Liner Notes
Hartmut W. Schmidt - Photography
Michael Silberhorn - Editing, Mastering, Recording