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This new recording presents three Cello Concertos originated from the two Capitals of classical music at the time: Naples and Vienna.
Nicola Porpora (Naples 1686‐1768) and Georg Matthias Monn (Vienna 1717‐1750) were both transitory musical figures, rooted in the Baroque, they introduced the Galant Style: cantabile melodies embedded in baroque forms, paving the way for the classical style of Haydn, the genius of Viennese Classicism.
Excellent historically informed performance by young Italian cellist Adriano Fazio, who already released a successful recording for Brilliant Classics (BC95408) of Cello Sonatas by Porpora: “Adriano Fazio and Kataryna Solecka play with a lovely rapport and with an easy lyricism and musicality, conveying well their justified enthusiasm for this expressive and original music” (Early Music Review). The Cappella Neapolitana is specialized in unearthing musical treasures from Naples, and play on period instruments.
Liner notes in English and Italian, written by musicologists, are included in the booklet.