Antonio Vivaldi – Le quattro stagioni in forma di sonata per violoncello – Vito Paternoster (violoncello)

Vito Paternoster performed has performed Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” perhaps 1000 times in 35 years all around the world. He has also recorded it 6 times with the best Italian violinists (three times with the label Philips Classic-Universal, once with Sony jp, twice with Arcadia kr). He now proposes his own version, according to the ancient stylistic of transposition in forma di sonata, which is this recording before you now.

[hifi lofi] 01-Allegro La Primavera (3:11)
[hifi lofi] 02-Largo La Primavera (2:27)
[hifi lofi] 03-Allegro La Primavera (4:06)
[hifi lofi] 04-Allegro non molto L’Estate (5:20)
[hifi lofi] 05-Adagio L’Estate (2:27)
[hifi lofi] 06-Presto L’Estate (2:46)
[hifi lofi] 07-Allegro L’Autunno (5:00)
[hifi lofi] 08-Adagio molto L’Autunno (2:10)
[hifi lofi] 09-Allegro L’Autunno (3:23)
[hifi lofi] 10-Allegro non molto L’Inverno (3:22)
[hifi lofi] 11-Largo L’Inverno (2:02)
[hifi lofi] 12-Allegro L’Inverno (3:18)
[hifi lofi] 13-Largo Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (2:37)
[hifi lofi] 14-Allegro poco Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (3:08)
[hifi lofi] 15-Largo Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (2:25)
[hifi lofi] 16-Allegro Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (2:10)

 


Antonio Vivaldi, The Four Seasons in forma di sonata for cello by Vito Paternoster

Georg Philipp Telemann – 12 sonate per violoncello – Vito Paternoster

After suites, sonatas, Bach’s partitas, and many other solo cello pieces, Vito Paternoster continues to challenge himself with the world of unaccompanied music. Particularly, he keeps focusing on cello solo and its expressive universe, in the wake of the 18th-century music, when composers used to rewrite a piece for other instruments to infuse new energy in them (q v Sonatas and Partitas for violins arranged for cello, from a 18th-century manuscript edited by Vito Paternoster and Magnatune). Among them, of course, there is GP Telemann ‘s beautiful Fantasias, here transcribed for cello solo, representing the cornerstone of unaccompanied music, where the stile concitato and dances finds the rigour of counterpoint.

Bach’s fugue-writing was deep and penetrating, while Telemann’s music is short- breath and proceeds by split-second intuitions and little phrases. This makes his language always lively, interesting and essential at once.
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[hifi lofi] 01-Largo Fantasia I in mi b magg (TWV 4014) (GP Telemann) (1:41)
[hifi lofi] 02-Allegro Grave Allegro Fantasia I in mi b magg (TWV 4014) (GP Telemann) (4:37)
[hifi lofi] 03-Largo Fantasia II in do magg (TWV 4015) (GP Telemann) (1:27)
[hifi lofi] 04-Allegro Fantasia II in do magg (TWV 4015) (GP Telemann) (1:57)
[hifi lofi] 05-Allegro Fantasia II in do magg (TWV 4015) (GP Telemann) (0:51)
[hifi lofi] 06-Adagio Fantasia III in si b min (TWV 4016) (GP Telemann) (1:30)
[hifi lofi] 07-Presto Fantasia III in si b min (TWV 4016) (GP Telemann) (1:52)
[hifi lofi] 08-Grave-Vivace Fantasia III in si b min (TWV 4016) (GP Telemann) (1:06)
[hifi lofi] 09-Vivace Fantasia IV in sol magg (TWV 4017) (GP Telemann) (1:51)
[hifi lofi] 10-Grave Fantasia IV in sol magg (TWV 4017) (GP Telemann) (0:45)
[hifi lofi] 11-Allegro Fantasia IV in sol magg (TWV 4017) (GP Telemann) (1:53)
[hifi lofi] 12-Allegro-Presto-Allegro Fantasia V in re magg (TWV 4018) (GP Telemann) (1:21)
[hifi lofi] 13-Presto Fantasia V in re magg (TWV 4018) (GP Telemann) (0:54)
[hifi lofi] 14-Andante Fantasia V in re magg (TWV 4018) (GP Telemann) (0:33)
[hifi lofi] 15-Allegro Fantasia V in re magg (TWV 4018) (GP Telemann) (2:09)
[hifi lofi] 16-Grave Fantasia VI in la min (TWV 4019) (GP Telemann) (1:48)
[hifi lofi] 17-Presto Fantasia VI in la min (TWV 4019) (GP Telemann) (1:21)
[hifi lofi] 18-Siciliana Fantasia VI in la min (TWV 4019) (GP Telemann) (1:35)
[hifi lofi] 19-Allegro Fantasia VI in la min (TWV 4019) (GP Telemann) (2:11)
[hifi lofi] 20-Dolce Fantasia VII in la b magg (TWV 4020) (GP Telemann) (1:20)
[hifi lofi] 21-Allegro Fantasia VII in la b magg (TWV 4020) (GP Telemann) (2:57)
[hifi lofi] 22-Largo Fantasia VII in la b magg (TWV 4020) (GP Telemann) (1:39)
[hifi lofi] 23-Presto Fantasia VII in la b magg (TWV 4020) (GP Telemann) (0:59)
[hifi lofi] 24-Piacevolmente Fantasia VIII in mi magg (TWV 4021) (GP Telemann) (1:13)
[hifi lofi] 25-Allegro Fantasia VIII in mi magg (TWV 4021) (GP Telemann) (2:21)
[hifi lofi] 26-Allegro Fantasia VIII in mi magg (TWV 4021) (GP Telemann) (0:52)
[hifi lofi] 27-Siciliana Fantasia IX in mi min (TWV 4022) (GP Telemann) (1:33)
[hifi lofi] 28-Vivace Fantasia IX in mi min (TWV 4022) (GP Telemann) (2:27)
[hifi lofi] 29-Allegro Fantasia IX in mi min (TWV 4022) (GP Telemann) (1:19)
[hifi lofi] 30-Presto Fantasia X in sol magg (TWV 4023) (GP Telemann) (1:30)
[hifi lofi] 31-Largo Fantasia X in sol magg (TWV 4023) (GP Telemann) (1:16)
[hifi lofi] 32-Allegro Fantasia X in sol magg (TWV 4023) (GP Telemann) (1:06)
[hifi lofi] 33-Un poco vivace Fantasia XI in si b magg (TWV 4024) (GP Telemann) (1:29)
[hifi lofi] 34-Soave-Un poco vivace Fantasia XI in si b magg (TWV 4024) (GP Telemann) (2:33)
[hifi lofi] 35-Allegro Fantasia XI in si b magg (TWV 4024) (GP Telemann) (0:56)
[hifi lofi] 36-Moderatro Fantasia XII in re min (TWV 4025) (GP Telemann) (1:36)
[hifi lofi] 37-Vivace Fantasia XII in re min (TWV 4025) (GP Telemann) (1:16)
[hifi lofi] 38-Presto Fantasia XII in re min (TWV 4025) (GP Telemann) (1:04)
[hifi lofi] 39-Andante Sonata per cello solo in re magg (TWV 401) (GP Telemann) (1:55)
[hifi lofi] 40-Vivace Sonata per cello solo in re magg (TWV 401) (GP Telemann) (1:31)
[hifi lofi] 41-Recitativo Sonata per cello solo in re magg (TWV 401) (GP Telemann) (1:13)
[hifi lofi] 42-Andante Sonata per cello solo in re magg (TWV 401) (GP Telemann) (1:07)
[hifi lofi] 43-Vivace Sonata per cello solo in re magg (TWV 401) (GP Telemann) (2:18)
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Vito Paternoster – Concerti e serenate per violoncello

Robert Schumann : “Unperformable” the cellist Robert Bockmuehl commented after the rehearsal on March the 23th 1851. Unfortunately, his commentary had a negative influence on record labels Schumann was dealing with: they then rejected every proposal, even the most profitable. Eventually, in November 1853 at Lipsia, the music publisher Breitkopf offered him a deal on condition that his piece should be suitable for public performance. Thence, Schumann thought of transcribing his piece both for violin (as his friend, the violinist Joseph Joachim suggested him) and for cello and string quartet. The orchestral adaptation was completed in 1854 and it was first performed by the orchestra in Moscow 1867 (cello by David Popper). Until then, the orchestral version was just played by the piano or by the string quartet. The present world premiere recording intends both to reproduce the poetics of music composed at that time and to recreate the mood inspired by the Concerto when it was being played between 1850 and 1867 .

Rossini : A young lady, a contender’s fiancee, hopes her lover could win the great race; anxiety overtakes her until the victory joy. This instrumental transcription enhanced the melodic inventiveness of these emotional songs.

Mercadante : The Neapolitan composer wrote his last work when he was already blind. It was dedicated to a friend of his from Capri, a great cello lover.

Niccolò Paganini : Paganini’s Variations for the fourth string on the theme from “Mosè” by Rossini were conceived to be played on one string. It is said that Paganini would, on occasion, intentionally break strings himself during a performance so he could further display his virtuosity. Success was assured.

 

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[hifi lofi] 01-Non troppo mosso Concert piece for violoncello with quartet accompaniment Op129 (Robert Schumann) (10:36)
[hifi lofi] 02-Lento Concert piece for violoncello with quartet accompaniment Op129 (Robert Schumann) (3:51)
[hifi lofi] 03-Molto vivace Concert piece for violoncello with quartet accompaniment Op129 (Robert Schumann) (7:48) Continue reading

Vito Paternoster – Vito Paternoster plays Haydn & Boccherini

These famous cello concertos are played here for cello solo and bass without orchestra, in a world premiere recording of these works with this instrumentation. Renowned cellist Vito Paternoster discovered a manuscript dating back to the early nineteenth century, where a cellist realizes for cello and bass a transcription of the famous concerto in C major by Haydn.

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[hifi lofi] 01-Moderato – Sonata (Concerto Hob VIIb 1) in do maggiore – a violoncello e basso (FJ Haydn) (6:58)
[hifi lofi] 02-Adagio – Sonata (Concerto Hob VIIb 1) in do maggiore – a violoncello e basso (FJ Haydn) (6:52)
[hifi lofi] 03-Allegro Molto – Sonata (Concerto Hob VIIb 1) in do maggiore – a violoncello e basso (FJ Haydn) (4:37)
[hifi lofi] 04-Allegro Moderato – Sonata (Concerto Hob VIIb 2) in re maggiore (FJ Haydn) (9:52)
[hifi lofi] 05-Adagio – Sonata (Concerto Hob VIIb 2) in re maggiore (FJ Haydn) (4:00)
[hifi lofi] 06-Allegro – Sonata (Concerto Hob VIIb 2) in re maggiore (FJ Haydn) (3:23)
[hifi lofi] 07-1 tempo Allegro – Sonata (Concerto G482) in si b magg a violoncello e basso G565 (L Boccherini) (7:25)
[hifi lofi] 08-2 tempo Largo – Sonata (Concerto G482) in si b magg a violoncello e basso G565 (L Boccherini) (2:47)
[hifi lofi] 09-2 tempo Allegro-Adagio – Sonata (Concerto G482) in si b magg a violoncello e basso G565 (L Boccherini) (1:30)
[hifi lofi] 10-3 tempo Allegro – Sonata (Concerto G482) in si b magg a violoncello e basso G565 (L Boccherini) (3:38)
[hifi lofi] 11-Allegro – Sonata (Concerto G475) in la magg a violoncello e basso G13 (L Boccherini) (4:47)
[hifi lofi] 12-Largo – Sonata (Concerto G475) in la magg a violoncello e basso G13 (L Boccherini) (5:20)
[hifi lofi] 13-Allegro – Sonata (Concerto G475) in la magg a violoncello e basso G13 (L Boccherini) (3:35)




Vito Paternoster plays Haydn & Boccherini by Vito Paternoster

Vito Paternoster – Solo cello works by JS Bach, CPE Bach, Biber and Paternoster

As Bach emphasized in his own Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello, the practice of cello solo combines different meanings: monody and polyphony, tonality and modality, the ancient and the modern.

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[hifi lofi] 01-Allemande Partita for violoncello solo in re min BWV1013 (JS Bach) (3:46)
[hifi lofi] 02-Courante Partita for violoncello solo in re min BWV1013 (JS Bach) (3:06)
[hifi lofi] 03-Sarabande Partita for violoncello solo in re min BWV1013 (JS Bach) (4:55)
[hifi lofi] 04-Bourree I and II Partita for violoncello solo in re min BWV1013 (JS Bach) (2:36)
[hifi lofi] 05-Andante Sonata for cello solo in fa magg BWV1033 (CPE Bach) (1:12)
[hifi lofi] 06-Allegro Sonata for cello solo in fa magg BWV1033 (CPE Bach) (2:00)
[hifi lofi] 07-Adagio Sonata for cello solo in fa magg BWV1033 (CPE Bach) (1:26)
[hifi lofi] 08-Minuetto I and II Sonata for cello solo in fa magg BWV1033 (CPE Bach) (2:16)
[hifi lofi] 09-Allegro Sonata in re min for cello solo (CPE Bach) (4:45)
[hifi lofi] 10-Poco Adagio Sonata in re min for cello solo (CPE Bach) (3:12)
[hifi lofi] 11-Allegro Vivo Sonata in re min for cello solo (CPE Bach) (4:42)
[hifi lofi] 12-Passacaglia in do min for cello solo (HIF von Biber) (7:16)
[hifi lofi] 13-La Monica passacaglia for cello solo (V Paternoster) (5:38)
[hifi lofi] 14-Il combattimento spirituale for cello solo (V Paternoster) (7:57)

 


Solo cello works by JS Bach, CPE Bach, Biber and Paternoster by Vito Paternoster

Vito Paternoster – Sinfonie e Sonate del settecento italiano per Violoncello e Basso Continuo

Vito Paternoster, a pioneer of Baroque music in Italy, picks five of the most beautiful Italian Baroque sonatas for cello. B Marcello, FP Scipriani (in world premiere recording), GB Pergolesi, F Geminiani and F Martino, ( edited by Ricordi inc.) performed with virtuosity and lyricism, bring us back to the sounds, voices and colors of Venice, Naples and Florence of XVIII Century.

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[hifi lofi] 01-Sonata In Sol Minor Op2 No4 Adagio (B Marcello) (1:48)
[hifi lofi] 02-Sonata In Sol Minor Op2 No4 Allegro (B Marcello) (2:24)
[hifi lofi] 03-Sonata In Sol Minor Op2 No4 Largo (B Marcello) (1:48)
[hifi lofi] 04-Sonata In Sol Minor Op2 No4 Allegro (B Marcello) (1:21)
[hifi lofi] 05-Sinfonia In Do Maggiore Amorosa (FP Scipriani) (1:05)
[hifi lofi] 06-Sinfonia In Do Maggiore Allegro assai (FP Scipriani) (1:11)
[hifi lofi] 07-Sinfonia In Do Maggiore Larghetto (FP Scipriani) (1:24)
[hifi lofi] 08-Sinfonia In Do Maggiore Presto (FP Scipriani) (1:28)
[hifi lofi] 09-Sinfonia In Fa maggiore Comodo (GB Pergolesi) (0:56)
[hifi lofi] 10-Sinfonia In Fa maggiore Allegro (GB Pergolesi) (1:53)
[hifi lofi] 11-Sinfonia In Fa maggiore Adagio (GB Pergolesi) (1:57)
[hifi lofi] 12-Sinfonia In Fa maggiore Presto (GB Pergolesi) (1:58)
[hifi lofi] 13-Sonata In Do maggiore Op5 No3 Andante (F Geminiani) (1:59)
[hifi lofi] 14-Sonata In Do maggiore Op5 No3 Allegro (F Geminiani) (4:10)
[hifi lofi] 15-Sonata In Do maggiore Op5 No3 Affettuoso (F Geminiani) (3:20)
[hifi lofi] 16-Sonata In Do maggiore Op5 No3 Allegro (F Geminiani) (2:34)
[hifi lofi] 17-Sonata In Sol Maggiore Op1 No3 Allegro (F Martino) (3:46)
[hifi lofi] 18-Sonata In Sol Maggiore Op1 No3 Grave (F Martino) (3:01)
[hifi lofi] 19-Sonata In Sol Maggiore Op1 No3 Allegro (F Martino) (1:53)
[hifi lofi] 20-Sonata In Sol Maggiore Op1 No3 Amoroso (F Martino) (3:47)

 


Sinfonie and Sonate del settecento italiano per Violoncello e Basso Continuo by Vito Paternoster

Sergio Azzolini and Vito Paternoster play Mozart and Haydn

Could you ever think that these two instruments (cello and bassoon) could form a duo? And yet, three different composers (WA Mozart, F Danzi and FJ Haydn) believed just that: the first one composing a beautiful sonata for cello and bassoon, the second one transcribing some of the most beautiful Mozart’s melodies, and the third one with his two duets.

Sergio Azzolini, professor in Basel (one of the most important bassoonist of the moment) and Vito Paternoster (cello soloist of I Musici di Roma) show exactly how the sounds of these two instruments can enchant, delight, amuse.

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[hifi lofi] 01-Dodici arie da Opere di Mozart Voi che sapete de Le nozze fi Figaro (F Danzi) (2:30)
[hifi lofi] 02-Giovinette che fate all’amore da Don Giovanni (F Danzi) (0:56)
[hifi lofi] 03-La ci darem la mano da Don Giovionni (F Danzi) (2:46)
[hifi lofi] 04-Fin c’han delvino da Don Giovanni (F Danzi) (1:21)
[hifi lofi] 05-Vegrai carino da Don Giovanni (F Danzi) (2:49)
[hifi lofi] 06-Bewahret euch vor Weibertucken da Die Zauberflote (F Danzi) (0:54)
[hifi lofi] 07-Alles fulth der Liebe Freuden da Die Zauberflote (F Danzi) (1:13)
[hifi lofi] 08-In diesen heil’gen Hallen da Die Zauberflote (F Danzi) (1:28)
[hifi lofi] 09-Soll ich dich teurenicht mehr sehn da Die Zauberflote (F Danzi) (3:29)
[hifi lofi] 10-E amore un ladroncello da Cosi fan Tutte (F Danzi) (2:40)
[hifi lofi] 11-Ah perdona al primo affetto da La clemenza di Tito (F Danzi) (2:39)
[hifi lofi] 12-Ah grazie si rendano da La clemenza di Tito (F Danzi) (2:19)
[hifi lofi] 13-Duetto in Re maggiore Hob X11 Moderato (FJ Haydn) (5:54)
[hifi lofi] 14-Menuet (FJ Haydn) (2:15)
[hifi lofi] 15-Finale (FJ Haydn) (2:03)
[hifi lofi] 16-Duetto in Re maggiore HobXII1 Adagio cantabile (FJ Haydn) (8:03)
[hifi lofi] 17-Allegro molto (FJ Haydn) (2:56)
[hifi lofi] 18-Menuet (FJ Haydn) (2:51)
[hifi lofi] 19-Sonata per fagotto e cello KV262 Allegro (WA Mozart) (5:26)
[hifi lofi] 20-Andante (WA Mozart) (6:23)
[hifi lofi] 21-Rondo (WA Mozart) (3:25)

 


Sergio Azzolini and Vito Paternoster play Mozart and Haydn by Vito Paternoster

Vito Paternoster – Inzaffirio

Oh how we love the echoing, haunting beauty of Italian cellist Vito Paternoster’s Inzaffirio, a distillation of the preludes from Bach’s Cello Suites. Following each prelude is an arrangement for solo cello, voice, and string orchestra. Soprano Patrizia Pace’s voice is both pristine and incredibly powerful, and its straightforward purity nicely counterbalances the detail and complexity of the arrangements. An imaginative and deeply gorgeous album.

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[hifi lofi] 01-Preludio I (2:56)
[hifi lofi] 02-Ave Maria (3:40)
[hifi lofi] 03-Preludio II (3:52)
[hifi lofi] 04-Madre sublime (4:35)
[hifi lofi] 05-Preludio III (2:22)
[hifi lofi] 06-Regina dei Cieli (5:28)
[hifi lofi] 07-Preludio IV (3:53)
[hifi lofi] 08-Ave Regina (4:48)
[hifi lofi] 09-Preludio V (6:13)
[hifi lofi] 10-Io sono Amore (8:20)
[hifi lofi] 11-Preludio VI (4:32)
[hifi lofi] 12-Ave Virgo (7:43)

 



Inzaffirio by Vito Paternoster

Johann Sebastian Bach – Sonate e partite per violino solo eseguite sul violoncello – Vito Paternoster

How exciting! Internationally acclaimed Vito Paternoster is the first cellist to record the complete Bach sonatas and partitas for Solo Cello (originally for the violin), and here demonstrates the full scope of his considerable powers. Part of Bach’s genius was being able to give harmonic self-sufficience and polyphony to solo instruments—a quality that suits Paternoster’s devotional style of performance very well. A timeless, deeply resonant recording that will become a staple in your collection.

 

CD1
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[hifi lofi] 01-Sonata Prima in do minore – Adagio (4:05)
[hifi lofi] 02-Sonata Prima in do minore – Fuga (Allegro) (5:47)
[hifi lofi] 03-Sonata Prima in do minore – Siciliana (2:45)
[hifi lofi] 04-Sonata Prima in do minore – Presto (3:30)
[hifi lofi] 05-Partita Prima in mi minore – Allemanda (5:09)
[hifi lofi] 06-Partita Prima in mi minore – Double (2:03)
[hifi lofi] 07-Partita Prima in mi minore – Corrente (2:21)
[hifi lofi] 08-Partita Prima in mi minore – Double (Presto) (3:19)
[hifi lofi] 09-Partita Prima in mi minore – Sarabande (2:42)
[hifi lofi] 10-Partita Prima in mi minore – Double (1:22)
[hifi lofi] 11-Partita Prima in mi minore – Tempo di Borea (3:55)
[hifi lofi] 12-Partita Prima in mi minore – Double (2:54)
[hifi lofi] 13-Sonata Seconda in re minore – Grave (4:04)
[hifi lofi] 14-Sonata Seconda in re minore – Fuga (7:56)
[hifi lofi] 15-Sonata Seconda in re minore – Andante (4:43)
[hifi lofi] 16-Sonata Seconda in re minore – Allegro (5:30)

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[hifi lofi] 01-Partita Seconda in sol minore – allemanda (3:45)
[hifi lofi] 02-Partita Seconda in sol minore – corrente (2:16)
[hifi lofi] 03-Partita Seconda in sol minore – sarabanda (3:28)
[hifi lofi] 04-Partita Seconda in sol minore – giga (3:43)
[hifi lofi] 05-Partita Seconda in sol minore – ciaccona (12:07)
[hifi lofi] 06-Sonata Terza in Fa maggiore – adagio (3:16)
[hifi lofi] 07-Sonata Terza in Fa maggiore – fuga (10:06)
[hifi lofi] 08-Sonata Terza in Fa maggiore – largo (3:11)
[hifi lofi] 09-Sonata Terza in Fa maggiore – allegro assai (4:28)
[hifi lofi] 10-Partita Terza in La maggiore – preludio (allegro) (3:15)
[hifi lofi] 11-Partita Terza in La maggiore – loure (3:09)
[hifi lofi] 12-Partita Terza in La maggiore – gavotte en Rondeaux (3:04)
[hifi lofi] 13-Partita Terza in La maggiore – menuet I e II (3:48)
[hifi lofi] 14-Partita Terza in La maggiore – bouree (1:42)
[hifi lofi] 15-Partita Terza in La maggiore – gigue (1:40)

 



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CD2-Bach Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin by Vito Paternoster

 

Johann Sebastian Bach – Sei suites per violoncello solo – Vito Paternoster – 2 CD – MP3 – OGG

 

Ah, no one does the bittersweet elegance of Bach like internatinoally acclaimed cellist Vito Paternoster. We love his stripped down, soulful approach to the six Bach cello suites; it really brings out their autumnal quality, and makes them everything they should be—full of both light and shadow, sorrow and joy. A wonderful, timeless recording that you’ll find yourself reaching for again and again.

CD. 1

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[hifi lofi] 01-Suite I in Sol maggiore – prelude (2:56)
[hifi lofi] 02-Suite I in Sol maggiore – allemande (3:56)
[hifi lofi] 03-Suite I in Sol maggiore – courante (2:46)
[hifi lofi] 04-Suite I in Sol maggiore – sarabande (2:49)
[hifi lofi] 05-Suite I in Sol maggiore – menuet I e II (3:28)
[hifi lofi] 06-Suite I in Sol maggiore – gigue (1:42)
[hifi lofi] 07-Suite II in re minore – prelude (3:41)
[hifi lofi] 08-Suite II in re minore – allemande (3:17)
[hifi lofi] 09-Suite II in re minore – courante (1:33)
[hifi lofi] 10-Suite II in re minore – sarabande (4:03)
[hifi lofi] 11-Suite II in re minore – menuet I e II (2:59)
[hifi lofi] 12-Suite II in re minore – gigue (2:32)
[hifi lofi] 13-Suite VI in Re magiore – prelude (4:35)
[hifi lofi] 14-Suite VI in Re magiore – allemande (6:44)
[hifi lofi] 15-Suite VI in Re magiore – courante (3:13)
[hifi lofi] 16-Suite VI in Re magiore – sarabande (3:50)
[hifi lofi] 17-Suite VI in Re magiore – gavotte I e II (4:32)
[hifi lofi] 18-Suite VI in Re magiore – gigue (4:07)

CD2

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[hifi lofi] 01-Suite III in Do maggiore – prelude (2:21)
[hifi lofi] 02-Suite III in Do maggiore – allemande (3:35)
[hifi lofi] 03-Suite III in Do maggiore – courante (2:36)
[hifi lofi] 04-Suite III in Do maggiore – sarabande (4:25)
[hifi lofi] 05-Suite III in Do maggiore – bourree I e II (3:50)
[hifi lofi] 06-Suite III in Do maggiore – gigue (3:00)
[hifi lofi] 07-Suite IV in Mi bemolle maggiore – prelude (4:04)
[hifi lofi] 08-Suite IV in Mi bemolle maggiore – allemande (3:39)
[hifi lofi] 09-Suite IV in Mi bemolle maggiore – courante (3:25)
[hifi lofi] 10-Suite IV in Mi bemolle maggiore – sarabande (3:39)
[hifi lofi] 11-Suite IV in Mi bemolle maggiore – bourree I e II (5:02)
[hifi lofi] 12-Suite IV in Mi bemolle maggiore – gigue (2:30)
[hifi lofi] 13-Suite V in do minore – prelude (2:12)
[hifi lofi] 14-Suite V in do minore – fugue (3:49)
[hifi lofi] 15-Suite V in do minore – allemande (4:59)
[hifi lofi] 16-Suite V in do minore – courante (2:05)
[hifi lofi] 17-Suite V in do minore – sarabande (3:30)
[hifi lofi] 18-Suite V in do minore – gavotte I e II (4:47)
[hifi lofi] 19-Suite V in do minore – gigue (2:31)

 

CD1


CD1-Bach Cello Suites by Vito Paternoster

CD2


CD2-Bach Cello Suites by Vito Paternoster

Vito Paternoster – Between old and new – MP3 – OGG

The famous cellist renowned for his performances of Baroque music crosses the modern world. Vito Paternoster between old and new.

Paternoster sings, plays piano, cello, offering also a series of pieces where the melodies intend to open ourselves to the peace, humor and nostalgia.

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[hifi lofi] 01-Tema – Chiare fresche dolci acque – Tema e Variazioni (Vito Paternoster) (0:58)
[hifi lofi] 02-Variazione 1 – Chiare fresche dolci acque – Tema e Variazioni (Vito Paternoster) (1:01)
[hifi lofi] 03-Variazione 2 – Chiare fresche dolci acque – Tema e Variazioni (Vito Paternoster) (0:54)
[hifi lofi] 04-Variazione 3 – Chiare fresche dolci acque – Tema e Variazioni (Vito Paternoster) (0:49)
[hifi lofi] 05-Variazione 4 – Chiare fresche dolci acque – Tema e Variazioni (Vito Paternoster) (1:18)
[hifi lofi] 06-Variazione 5 – Chiare fresche dolci acque – Tema e Variazioni (Vito Paternoster) (0:57)
[hifi lofi] 07-Variazione 6 – Chiare fresche dolci acque – Tema e Variazioni (Vito Paternoster) (1:24)
[hifi lofi] 08-Tarantella Story (Vito Paternoster) (6:04)
[hifi lofi] 09-Romantic Drink (Vito Paternoster) (3:33)
[hifi lofi] 10-Raining (Vito Paternoster) (2:31)
[hifi lofi] 11-Water Music (Vito Paternoster) (3:00)
[hifi lofi] 12-I Sarandriota – Suite Illirica (Mariano Paternoster) (3:10)
[hifi lofi] 13-II Shkodrana – Suite Illirica (Mariano Paternoster) (3:22)
[hifi lofi] 14-III Nenia Korciana – Suite Illirica (Mariano Paternoster) (3:21)
[hifi lofi] 15-IV Canto Kastriota – Suite Illirica (Mariano Paternoster) (3:12)
[hifi lofi] 16-Olet Spiritum Pubertatis (Mariano Paternoster) (6:24)
[hifi lofi] 17-Basso – Rilievi (Mariano Paternoster) (7:01)
[hifi lofi] 18-Gravi – Danze (Mariano Paternoster) (13:22)
[hifi lofi] 19-Hizli dans (Mariano Paternoster) (3:51)

 



Between old and new by Vito Paternoster