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Locatelli - 3 Concerti from Op. 3 (1960)

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Locatelli - 3 Concerti from Op. 3 (1960)

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Violin Concerto No. 1 in D
1. (4:44) Allegro
2. (5:38) Largo
3. (5:35) Allegro

Violin Concerto No. 8 in E minor
1. (6:04) Andante
2. (4:10) Largo
3. (5:18) Allegro

Violin Concerto No. 9 in G
1. (6:49) Allegro
2. (5:38) Largo
3. (6:45) Allegro

Roberto Michelucci – violin
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When considering the first set of compositions designed to truly extend and test the technical limits of the violin, most would first consider the 24 Caprices of Paganini. However, more than a century before Paganini was even thought of, Italian composer Pietro Locatelli was pushing the violin to its limits with his four concertos of Opus 3, subtitled the "Art of the Violin." These works were innovative in nearly every way conceivable. Even the form of the concertos was atypical; Locatelli abandoned the traditional three-movement format and included two caprices. From a technical standpoint, the concertos stretch the range of the violin to its limit and demand bow techniques and finger dexterity simply unheard of. Of course, all of these challenges mean nothing if the works are not given musically fulfilling performances. --- Mike D. Brownell, Rovi

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