Domenico Sarro | Recorder Concerto in D Minor, complete; van Proosdij & Voices of Music 4K UHD

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The Concerto in D Minor for Recorder and strings, by Domenico Natale Sarro. Live, 4K video from our December 2017 Concerto program. 0:00 Amoroso 3:50 Adagio 5:23 Allegro
This work is presented for the first time in 4K video.

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Voices of Music
Hanneke van Proosdij & David Tayler
Hanneke van Proosdij, recorder
Lisa Grodin, Carla Moore, Kati Kyme &
Elizabeth Blumenstock, baroque violins
Katherine Heater, baroque organ
William Skeen, baroque cello
Farley Pearce, violone
David Tayler, archlute
Domenico Natale Sarro (1679-1744) spent most of his career in Naples, and his musical language shares a number of similarities to Pergolesi. Sarro was mainly known for his operas, oratorios and cantatas, but he also composed a small number of instrumental works, including several concertos for the recorder. The concerto in D Minor features angular lines and unpredictable harmonies, with a serene and poised slow movement. His progressive style of vocal music influenced the composers Porpora and Vinci, but he never realized the fame of some of his Neapolitan contemporaries.


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