Skip to main content

Browse: Bertoli (composer)

This page lists all recordings composed by Giovanni Antonio Bertoli (c.1600–c.1645).

Showing 1 - 9 of 9 results
Results per page:
View:
  • Il Ricercar Continuo, Alessandro Palmeri, Michele Pasotti, Giulia Genini

    CD

    Original price ($9.75) Reduced price $8.25

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

    This release includes a digital booklet

  • 17th Century Italian Violin Sonatas

    Ensemble Aurora: Enrico Gatti (violin), Elena Bianchi (dulcian), Gabriele Palomba (theorbo) & Fabio Ciofini (organ)

    Strident and flavoursome, and mostly highly effective...Impressive playing More…

    CD

    $17.00

    Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

    No digital booklet included

  • Five Sonatas from 1629 by Dario Castello, some not otherwise recorded, provide the core to their programme. They alternate between three equal parts, with two violins duetting above bass, and... More…

    This release includes a digital booklet

  • Frances Eustace (bassoons), Paul Nicholson (chamber organ), Andrew Watts (dulzian), Paul Nicholson (harpsichord), Jennifer Ward Clarke (cello), Andrew Watts (bassoon), Paul Nicholson (fortepiano), Paul Nicholson (piano)

    CD

    $16.25

    Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

    No digital booklet included

  • CD

    $18.25

    Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

    No digital booklet included

  • On “Treasury of a Saint” the Caecilia-Concert presents a varied selection of pieces composed during the 17th century. It includes arrangements of vocal music for instrumental groupings, as well as church sonatas from the likes of Buchner and Rosenmüller.

    Caecilia-Concert

    The ensemble pieces, including a smoothly flowing polyphonic sonata by Rosenmuller, and Bartolomeo de Selma y Salaverde's delightfully playful canzona Est-ce Mars, produce some deliciously piquant... More…

    CD

    $17.25

    Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

    No digital booklet included

  • Kathryn Cok (harpsichord & organ), Wouter Verschuren (dulcian), Adam Woolf (alto and tenor trombone), Bjarte Eike, Aira Maria Lehtipuu (violin) & Jamie Savan (cornetto and cornetto muto)

    The combination of instruments – mainly harpsichord, dulcian and high or low trombone, with violins and cornetts joining in for some works – may sound unpromising but proves varied and spirited.... More…

    CD

    Original price ($17.25) Reduced price $13.75

    Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

    No digital booklet included

  • Michael McCraw (dulcian), Manfredo Kraemer (violin), Dolores Costoyas (theorbo), Elizabeth Wright (harpsichord)

    No digital booklet included

  • Freddy Eichelberger (organ, harpsichord)

    Syntagma Amici

    No digital booklet included