Arcangelo Corelli


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Italian violinist and composer of violin concertos (1653-1713)

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Nevertheless, the highlight for me was the "La Folia Variations" by seventeenth-century composers Marin Marais and Arcangelo Corelli, a set noted for its charm and precision.
Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713) published very little music in his lifetime and his reputation is largely based on his Concerti Grossi.
What is not widely recognized is that two portions of the work, including the famous "Hallelujah" chorus, were taken (uncredited) from the works of two other composers: Johann Caspar Kerll and Arcangelo Corelli.
THE Newcastle-based Avison Ensemble begins a summer celebration of the music of Italian composer Arcangelo Corelli with a concert on July 3 called Roman Jewels 1: Corelli Trios.
3 and 6, written to the model of the great Roman violinist-composer Arcangelo Corelli and other fashionable Italians, are vivid templates of the various genres prevalent during the first half of the 18th century, with dance-forms, song types and strict counterpoint all represented in these brilliant exploitations of instrumental technique.
Among the composers included are Arcangelo Corelli, and one of the sonatas to be played is Tartini's Devil's Trill.
Miriam Mahdaviani, another choreographer who had danced in the corps, was represented among DP revivals with Correlazione (1994), a genial work to Arcangelo Corelli that contrasted neoclassic angularity with baroque orderliness.
The concert will feature pieces written by Arcangelo Corelli and Javier Montiel.
And the San Francisco Ballet will present "Concerto Grosso," choreographed by Helgi Tomasson, with music by Frencesco Geminiani after Arcangelo Corelli.
His wide travels produced another impressive list, that of the several prominent musicians with whom he crossed paths: his teachers Johann Caspar Kerll and Ercole Bernabei, plus Gaetano Berenstadt, Jean-Baptiste Farinel, John Ernest Galliard, George Frideric Handel, August Kuhnel, Carlo Pallavicino, Johannes Schenck, Silvius Leopold Weiss, and probably Arcangelo Corelli and Alessandro Scarlatti.
The piece was commissioned by AAM to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the birth of Italian composer Arcangelo Corelli.
Separate chapters are devoted to detailed discussions of two ensembles of major historical importance, the orchestras of Jean Baptiste Lully and Arcangelo Corelli.
6, first issued in a modern edition in 1891 by Joseph Joachim and Friedrich Chrysander (Les oeuvres de Arcangelo Corelli, vols.