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  • Haydn - Cello ConCerto no.1 in C, Hob. Viib/1 1 Moderato 8:512 Adagio 7:503 Allegro molto 6:19

    Wranitzky - Cello ConCerto in C, op. 27 4 Allegro maestoso 11:185 Adagio ma non troppo 7:256 Rond (Allegro molto) 4:20

    Haydn - Cello ConCerto no. 2 in d, Hob. Viib/2 7 Allegro moderato 13:228 Adagio 5:039 Rond (Allegro) 5:00

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    Category: Cello and Orchestra Concerto. 1CD - 8 pages Booklet (Italian/English). New Concerto Classics packaging. Poster inside.

    Major HigHligHtS: Two of the greatest masterpieces for cello, together with

    a contemporaneous rarity.

    CoVer iMage: Gianluca Corona, Composizione con peonia e conchiglie - 2014,

    oil on canvas glued on panel, cm 20x50 (Galleria Salamon).

    introdUCtion:Although more than 8 concerts for cello and orchestra are ascribed to Haydn, only two seem to be almost definitely ascribable to the Austrian composer: one in C major and the other in D major (in Van Hobokens theme catalog they are Hob. VIIb/1, composed between 1761 and 1765, and Hob. VIIb/2 opera # 101 - dated 1783). They have become common repertoire, and are generally considered among the most interesting after Vivaldis (and among the finest of the 18th century anyway), marking the passage between the Baroque and the Classic period. The latter has become a must for the worlds greatest cellists: from Rostropovich to Fournier and Yo-Yo Ma. This recording ends with a far less known concert, especially among Mediterranean audiences. Its by Moravian composer Pavel Vranick, whose name was later Germanized in Paul Wranitzky (Nov e, Moravia, 1756 Vienna, 1808). History often dispenses fame or oblivion without any apparent reason. In fact Wranitzky, who today has to be reintroduced to the public, in his times was greatly appraised not just by the Habsburgs but by his colleague musicians as well: first of all Haydn himself, but also Mozart and Beethoven. Wranitzky, in fact, directed Beethovens 1st Symphony at the start of the new century: the 1800s. Some critics believe his more than 50 string quartets to be even better than Mozarts, while his Symphonies (about forty of which are still available today) can match Haydns with no sense of inferiority.

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    Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto Enrico Bronzi, cello and conductor

    F. J. Haydn Cello Concertos nos. 1 & 2

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    title:F. J. HAYDN: Cello Concertos No.1 in C major Hob. VIIb/1, No.2 in D major Hob. VIIb/2 P. WRANITzkY: Cello Concerto Op. 27 in C major

    artiStS:Orchestra di Padova e del VenetoEnrico Bronzi, cello and conductor

    reCording:April 2013 - Auditorium Pollini (Padova, Italy). Cerrato Brothers, RedDress Recording Studio

    1 Cd ConCerto 2081, neW releaSe Franz joSePH Haydn - PaUl WranitzkydUe oUt: aPril 2015

    reCording PrograM:(total time: 69:32)

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    TOTal TimE: 69:32

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    Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto Enrico Bronzi, cello and conductor

    CREDITSProduction for Concerto: Andrea Maria Panzutiartistic Direction: Enrico Bronzi Recording, editing, mastering and sound engineer: Cerrato Brothers, RedDress Recording Studio - www.reddress.itDate of recording: April 2013 - Auditorium Pollini, Padova. instruments: Vincenzo Panormo cello from 1775. Cover image: Gianluca Corona, Composizione con peonia e conchiglie - 2014, oil on canvas glued on panel, cm 20x50 (Galleria Salamon)Booklet notes: Andrea Nigromontano Translated by: Alberto Pirovano artwork: Fabio Troiani

    Un ringraziamento particolare al Maestro Reinhard Goebel. Special thanks to Master Reinhard Goebel.Grazie al Maestro Corona e alla Galleria Salamon, che ci hanno aiutato in questa iniziativa.Very grateful to Mr. Corona and to the Salamon Art Gallery, who have supported in this effort.

    Gianluca Corona nato a Milano nel 1969. Dopo essersi diplomato in pittura allAccademia di Belle Arti di Brera, a Milano, nel 1994 diventa allievo di Mario Donizetti. Pittore, disegnatore, ritrattista, privilegia, nelle sue opere, soggetti di natura morta e di figura in genere, sempre con particolare attenzione alluso delle tecniche e alla scelta dei materiali. Vive e lavora a Milano. Gianluca Corona was born in Milan (Italy) in 1969. He earned his diploma in painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan. In 1994, he became a student of the painter Mario Donizetti. As painter, drawing and portrait artist, his work primarily features still lives and figure painting, paying particular attention to pictorial technique and the selection of materials used. He lives and works in Milan.

    F. J. Haydn Cello Concertos nos. 1 & 2

    P. WranitzkyCello Concerto in C, Op. 27

    lOrchestra di Padova e del Veneto si costituita nellot-tobre 1966 e nel corso di quasi cinquantanni di attivit si affermata come una delle principali orchestre da camera italiane nelle pi prestigiose sedi concertistiche in italia e allestero. lOrchestra formata sulla base dellor-ganico del sinfonismo classico. Peter maag il grande interprete mozartiano ne stato il direttore principale dal 1983 al 2001. alla direzione artistica si sono succe-duti Claudio Scimone, Bruno Giuranna, Guido Turchi, mario Brunello (direttore musicale, 2002-2003), Filippo Juvarra (Premio della Critica musicale italiana Franco abbiati 2002). Dallagosto 2014 il direttore artistico Clive Britton.Nella sua lunga vita artistica lOrchestra annovera colla-borazioni con i nomi pi insigni del concertismo internazio-nale tra i quali si ricordano S. accardo, P. anderszewski, m. argerich, V. ashkenazy, J. Barbirolli, Y. Bashmet, R. Buchbinder, m. Campanella, G. Carmignola, R. Chailly, C. Desderi, G. Gavazzeni, R. Goebel, N. Gutman, Z. Hamar, a. Hewitt, C. Hogwood, l. Kavakos, T. Koopman, a. lonquich, R. lupu, m. maisky, V. mullova, a.S. mutter, m. Perahia, i. Perlman, m. Quarta, J.P. Rampal, S. Richter, m. Rostropovich, H. Shelley, J. Starker, R. Stoltzman, H. Szeryng, U. Ughi, S. Vegh, K. Zimerman. lOrchestra realizza circa 120 concerti lanno, con una propria stagione a Padova, concerti nella regio-ne Veneto, in italia per le maggiori Societ di concerto e Festival e tourne allestero. a partire dal 1987 ha intra-preso una vastissima attivit discografica realizzando oltre cinquanta incisioni per le pi importanti etichette.

    Founded in October 1966, in forty years of activity Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto has established itself as one of the principal italian chamber orchestras with an optimum reputation both at home and abroad. The com-position of the Orchestra is based on the complement of the classic symphony orchestra. The eminent mozartian Peter maag was principal conductor of the Orchestra from 1983 to 2001. artistic Directors have been, in suc-cession, Claudio Scimone, Bruno Giuranna, Guido Turchi, mario Brunello (2002-2003). Filippo Juvarra (that was awarded the Franco abbiati italian music Critics Prize in 2002). Clive Britton is currently artistic Director of the Orchestra. During its long artistic existence the Orchestra has collaborated with celebrated international concert artists, including: accardo, anderszewski, argerich, ashkenazy, Barbirolli, Bashmet, Bream, Buchbinder, Campanella, Carmignola, Chailly, Desderi, Gavazzeni, Goebel, Gutman, Hamar, Hewitt, Hogwood, Kavakos, Koopman, lonquich, lupu, maisky, melles, mullova, mutter, Nanut, Perahia, Perlman, Quarta, Rampal, Richter, Rostropovich, Santi, Shelley, Starker, Stoltzman, Szeryng, Ughi, Vegh, Zehetmair, Zimerman. The Orchestra gives around 120 concerts every year, with a season in Padua and concerts in the Veneto Region as well as for leading Concert Societies and Festivals in italy and during tours abroad. Since 1987 the Orchestra has embarked on a large-scale recording activity with over fifty recordings for various major labels.

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    Violoncellista e direttore dorchestra, nato a Parma nel 1973. Fondatore del Trio di Parma nel 1990, ha suonato nelle pi importanti sale da concerto dEuropa, USa, Sud america ed australia. Con tale formazione si imposto nei concorsi internazionali di Firenze, melbourne, lione e monaco di Baviera, ricevendo peraltro il Premio abbiati della critica musicale italiana. Dal 2001, in seguito alle affermazioni al Concorso Rostropovich di Parigi e al Paulo Cello Competition di Helsinki, dove riceve anche il Premio per la migliore esecuzione del concerto di Dvorak con la Filarmonica di Helsinki, inizia una intensa attivit solistica. Suona come solista sotto la guida di C.abbado, C.Eschenbach, P.Berglund, F.Bruggen, K.Penderecki, Tan Dun, R. Goebel. Ha seguito le lezioni di direzione dorchestra di Jorma Panula ed direttore ospite di numerosi complessi italiani, tra cui Orchestra mozart (su invito di Claudio abbado), Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Virtuosi italiani, Filarmonica marchigiana, Sinfonica della Val dao-sta e Sinfonica abruzzese. Tra le sue registrazioni disco-grafiche, oltre alla vasta produzione col Trio di Parma, vi sono tutti i concerti di Boccherini (Brilliant Classics), i concerti di C.P.E.Bach (amadeus), un disco monografico su Nino Rota, le Sonate di Geminiani (Concerto) e lintegrale delle Suites di Bach (Fregoli music) che stata al secondo posto della top ten degli album di musica classica di iTunes music Store. Enrico Bronzi suona un violoncello Vincenzo Panormo del 1775.

    Born in Parma in 1973, Enrico Bronzi is the cellist of the Trio di Parma, with whom he has carried on an intense concert activity since 1990 appearing in the