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Le concerto RV 312R de Vivaldi pour flûte à bec soprano et piano est publié chez Noetzel

j'ai le plaisir de vous annoncer la sortie chez l'éditeur allemand Noetzel du concerto reconstruit d'Antonio Vivaldi RV 312R pour flûte à bec soprano en ut et piano (partie de flûte par Jean Cassignol et réduction pour piano par Anne Napolitano-Dardenne). La flûte soprano utilisant les doigtés de la sopranino, la partition est donc en ré majeur. Si vous êtes flûtiste, en jouant les 9 premières mesures de la première page de la PJ sur une alto 440 avec les doigtés de la soprano, vous pourrez vous mesurer quelques secondes avec Galfetti au violon (RV 312 définitif) Bien cordialement - Jean Cassignol

NEWLY RECONSTRUCTED RECORDER (OR FLUTE) CONCERTO RV 312R Antonio Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto RV 312 was originally intended for the flautino. Vivaldi changed his mind about the solo instrument more than once, but it is clear that he began the work as a flautino concerto and completed it as a violin concerto.

Jean Cassignol, a French high-school teacher and recorder player, has reconstructed the concerto for recorder or flute, now known as RV 312R.

On June 15, 1999, the newly reconstructed concerto was given its premiere by Il Giardino Armonico (Giovanni Antonini, soloist and director) at the 27th International Music Festival in Istanbul. The first German performance followed three days later in Potsdam during the Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci. In 2000, as many as 27 concert performances with other soloists (Dorothee Oberlinger, Michala Petri, Jean-Louis Beaumadier [piccolo], Sébastien Marq, Manfred Stilz, James Strauss [piccolo]) and orchestras (Berliner barock Solisten, Cappella Istropolitana, Ensemble Matheus, Hortus Musicus, I Solisti di Bologna, Les Arts Florissants, Orchestra Van Wassenaer, Orquestra do Theatro São Pedro, Virtuosi di Kuhmo, etc.) took place in Europe (Belgium, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany and Switzerland) as well as in Brazil. In 2001, Michala Petri scheduled the concerto in Denmark with the Zapolski String Quartet and the Sonderjyllands Symfoniorkester. Other performances : Sébastien Marq with the Ensemble Matheus (concert tour in Morocco); James Strauss (Brazil). 2001-02 : first performances in the United States (Judith Linsenberg; Michala Petri).

Musicologists and recorder players have written articles about the RV 312R concerto in the following journals : Informazioni e Studi Vivaldiani (Bollettino Annuale dell’Istituto Italiano Antonio Vivaldi, 1999) [Jean Cassignol and Anne Napolitano-Dardenne], American Recorder (March 2000) [Nikolaj Tarasov and David Lasocki], Concerto (May 2000) [Karsten-Erik Ose]], Tibia (July 2000) [Peter Thalheimer ; Karsten-Erik Ose], Traversières Magazine (January-February-March 2001) [Jean Cassignol, Anne Napolitano-Dardenne, Pascal Gresset and Denis Verroust] and Windkanal (November 1999) [Nikolaj Tarasov].

A keyboard reduction in the original key of G major is available, as well as a score and parts in G major for sopranino recorder (modern flute, piccolo or traverso), a transposed version in F major for soprano recorder (or modern flute) and a chamber version in B flat major for treble recorder or modern flute.


World premiere recording / Premier enregistrement mondial

Marc Aurel Edition MA 20015
Antonio Vivaldi : Concerti per Flauto.
Dorothee Oberlinger and the ensemble Ornamente 99.
A new production dedicated to the recorder concertos by Antonio Vivaldi with a world premiere, the concerto RV 312R for flautino reconstructed by Jean Cassignol.
Dorothee Oberlinger and ornamente 99 cast a new light on the repertory for recorders.

Marc Aurel Edition MA 20015
Antonio Vivaldi : Concerti per Flauto.
Dorothee Oberlinger et l'ensemble Ornamente 99.
Une production nouvelle consacrée aux concertos pour flûte à bec d' Antonio Vivaldi avec une première mondiale, le concerto RV 312R que Jean Cassignol a reconstruit pour le flautino.
Dorothee Oberlinger et Ornamente 99 éclairent d'un jour nouveau le répertoire pour la flûte à bec.

Distributor for France / Distributeur pour la France :


Concerto in G Major RV 312R : I. Allegro molto

Concerto in G Major RV 312R :II. Andante

Concerto in G Major RV 312R :III. Allegro


U.S. premiere of the recently reconstructed Vivaldi recorder concerto RV 312R

2002, March 22-23 : Judith Linsenberg (recorder) performs with Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, Los Angeles, CA - Concertos by Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, and Mancini, including the U.S. premiere of the recently reconstructed Vivaldi recorder concerto RV 312R (reconstruction by Jean Cassignol).
Friday, March 22, 8 pm - First Presbyterian Church, Santa Monica, CA
Saturday, March 23, 8 pm Holliston Church, Pasadena, CA

Tel: 310-458-4504

Judith Linsenberg’s performances have been hailed for their "virtuosity" (Washington Post), "expressivity" (Seattle Post-Intelligencer), and their combination of "masterly control with risk-taking spontaneity" (Early Music). She has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe, including solo appearances at the Hollywood Bowl and Lincoln Center, and has been featured with such leading American ensembles as the San Francisco Symphony, the SF Opera Center, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, American Bach Soloists, the Los Angeles Opera, the Portland, Seattle, and Los Angeles Baroque Orchestras, the Bach Festival of Philadelphia, the Oregon and Carmel Bach Festivals, Musica Sacra of New York, the LA Chamber Orchestra, Basically Bach (Chicago), and the Folger Consort, among others. She has worked under conductors Nicholas McGegan, Christopher Hogwood, Andrew Parrott, Helmuth Rilling, Monica Huggett, Anthony Newman, and Jeffrey Thomas.
Ms. Linsenberg is the winner of national performance awards, including two from the American Recorder Society. She has recorded for Virgin Classics, Harmonia Mundi, Dorian, Koch International, Reference Recordings, Musical Heritage Society, and Hännsler Classics. With Elizabeth Blumenstock, violin, she is the Artistic Co-director of the Baroque ensemble, Musica Pacifica info@musicapacifica.org
http://www.musicapacifica.org/, whose CDs on the Virgin/Veritas and Dorian labels have met with international critical acclaim, including being cited as a "Noteworthy Disc" in the 2000 International Antonio Vivaldi Awards for Italian Early Music given by the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice; and each one being chosen as "CD of the Month" by the early music journal, Alte Musik Aktuell, from Regensburg, Germany.
A Fulbright scholar to Austria, she was awarded the Soloist Diploma with Highest Honors from the Vienna Academy of Music. Her teachers have included Hans Maria Kneihs, Walter van Hauwe, Marion Verbruggen, and others. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Princeton University, holds a doctorate in early music from Stanford University, and has been a visiting professor at the Vienna Conservatory and Indiana University's Early Music Institute in Bloomington; she has taught at Stanford, the San Francisco Conservatory, and at early music workshops throughout the United States.

Musica Angelica is a period-instrument ensemble dedicated to Historically Informed Performances of Renaissance and Baroque music.
"LA's premiere early music ensemble." ConcertoNet, 1/01
"magical... it was one of those nights when you could lose yourself in sensual seduction, you wanted it not to stop, ever." Alan Rich, LA Weekly, 8/00
"perfectly balanced and poetically provocative" Charles Lonberger, Beverly Hills Outlook, 8/00
"truly magnificent" ConcertoNet, 10/00
"Superb period-instrument players" Daily News, 10/00

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