προϊόντα στο καλάθι
Giovanni Battista Grazioli (1746-1820) lived the largest part of his life in Venice, where in 1785 he was appointed organist of the famous and prestigious San Marco. He wrote highly acclaimed sacred liturgical music, and never turned his hand to opera, which was quite unusual as opera was supremely fashionable at the time.
This new recording presents two sets of 6 harpsichord sonatas, the opus 1 and opus 2. They are in 3 movements, allegro–adagio-allegro. The style is elegant, restrained, never ostentatiously virtuosic, always graceful and of good taste.
Chiara Minali is a successful Italian organist and harpsichordist. Her recording of Ignazio Spergher’s keyboard works for Brilliant Classics received a 5-star review in the British magazine “Choir and Organ”: “played with clarity and appropriate rhythmic drive”