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Tartini's violin school in Padua had such a wide international character that it was known as the 'School of the Nations'. For over 40 years his students returned to their countries of origin, circulating what became a significant cultural legacy. France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands are represented here, as are mid-18th-century tastes for virtuosity and lyrical expressiveness, infused with the fingerprints of Tartini's stylish and often delightfully ornamental techniques. Volume 1 (CDS723) of this edition was admired for it's 'exquisite violin playing' (American Record Guide) and was 'strongly recommended across the board' by Fanfare.
Tartini's violin school in Padua had such a wide international character that it was known as the 'School of the Nations'. For over 40 years his students returned to their countries of origin, circulating what became a significant cultural legacy. France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands are represented here, as are mid-18th-century tastes for virtuosity and lyrical expressiveness, infused with the fingerprints of Tartini's stylish and often delightfully ornamental techniques. Volume 1 (CDS723) of this edition was admired for it's 'exquisite violin playing' (American Record Guide) and was 'strongly recommended across the board' by Fanfare.
8007144079390

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Format: CD
Label: DYNAMIC
Rel. Date: 04/15/2022
UPC: 8007144079390

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Tartini's violin school in Padua had such a wide international character that it was known as the 'School of the Nations'. For over 40 years his students returned to their countries of origin, circulating what became a significant cultural legacy. France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands are represented here, as are mid-18th-century tastes for virtuosity and lyrical expressiveness, infused with the fingerprints of Tartini's stylish and often delightfully ornamental techniques. Volume 1 (CDS723) of this edition was admired for it's 'exquisite violin playing' (American Record Guide) and was 'strongly recommended across the board' by Fanfare.
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