Giulio Cesare Ricci – Incontri: 30th Anniversary of Fone (180g LP)

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In the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the label Fone, label boss Giulio Cesare Ricci published an album with recordings from the “Museo Piaggio”, where from August 30 to September 8 this year a special exhibition for Fone was held.
On this album you will find a selection of musical delights, all of which were recorded with the participation of Italian musicians. And the topic of “Italy” is achieved not only by the participants but also by the works and composers choice: between works by Puccini and Vivaldi finds the Symphony no 4 in A major op.90, the “Italian” which is interpreted by the Orchestra dell Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia with much wit and passion.
   “Incontri” to German “Encounters” is the name Giulio Cesare Ricci this album he makes himself and numerous enthusiastic audiophiles worldwide on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of his label Fon as a gift. Arrested are on encounters with a variety of classical musicians who found a home over the years at Fon. Here, more than any classical compilation, but an exciting musical cross-section from the Middle Ages to the present arises: as the opening sounds the Gregorian Gaudeamus, sung by the monks’ Schola of the monastery of Montecassino (whose dense and rich acoustics were captured with stunning realism) , at the end there is the Concerto for string orchestra by Nino Rota (known for the soundtrack to “The Godfather”), and the way to get there is Heinrich von Biber, Vivaldi, Haydn, Mozart, Chopin and Puccini. An exciting, condensed history of music – 900 years music and 30 years of audiophile sound quality, combines on a single, fascinating LP. Mastering by Giulio Cesare Ricci pure analog on his Ampex 2-track analog machine, even the one-stage-cut is implemented purely analog, was pressed in Germany on high quality 180 gram virgin vinyl. Strictly limited to 496 pieces! Analogue Recording Pure Pure Analogue
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SIDE A
1 Anonymous
"Gaudeamus" - 2'44”
Coro dei Monaci Abbazia di Montecassino
Stefano Concordia, direttore
2 Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
"Sonata n°12 L’Ascensione in do Magg." - 4'28”
Marco Fornaciari, violino
fonè Ensemble
3 Antonio Vivaldi
"Concerto in Re Min. per due violini, archi e continuo F I n°100" ,Allegro molto - 3'08”
Laura Manzini, Cembalo
Laura Gorna, violino
Orchestra da Camera Italiana
Salvatore Accardo, direttore e violino
4 Franz Joseph Haydn
"Concerto in Re Magg. Hob. XVIII n.2 per pianoforte e orchestra" allegro moderato - 8'04”
Nikita Magaloff, piano
Orchestra da Camera del Festival Internazionale di Brescia e Bergamo
Agostino Orizio, direttore
5 Giacomo Puccini
"In quelle trine morbide - da Manon Lescaut" - 2'50”
Raina Kabaivanska, soprano
Camerata Strumentale di Santa Cecilia
Leone Magiera, direttore
SIDE  B
1 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Sonata in Re Magg. KV 576, Allegro" - 5'06”
Charles Rosen, piano
2 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Exultate, jubilate KV 165, Andante" - 4'39”
Mariella Devia, soprano
Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
Daniele Callegari, direttore
3 Fryderyk Chopin
"Sonata op. 65 Scherzo, Allegro con brio" - 4'54”
Rocco Filippini, violoncello
Michele Campanella, piano
4 Nino Rota
"Concerto per archi, Scherzo" - 3'57”
I Musici
5 Jules Massenet
"Meditation da "Thais" per violino ed orchestra" - 4'50”
Uto Ughi, direttore e violino
I Filarmonici di Roma
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