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Trained under the guidance of A. Scorpione, D.A. Giordani and F.A. Urio, Francesco M. Benedetti is Chapel Master in Assisi, friend of G. Tartini and confrere of Father Martini. The complex counterpoint of his music closely recalls Bachian characteristics which, however, give way to galant elements that in some points result in a pre-classical language. Dense and virtuosic ornamentations typical of the performance practice of the time support the theories on the ornamentation practice of the time. The young Berlin baroque ensemble Musica Colorata consists of seven musicians and is particularly dedicated to the baroque music of the 17th and 18th centuries. With a lot of passion they search for unknown Italian and German compositions and present them with all their wonderful timbres on historical instruments.
Trained under the guidance of A. Scorpione, D.A. Giordani and F.A. Urio, Francesco M. Benedetti is Chapel Master in Assisi, friend of G. Tartini and confrere of Father Martini. The complex counterpoint of his music closely recalls Bachian characteristics which, however, give way to galant elements that in some points result in a pre-classical language. Dense and virtuosic ornamentations typical of the performance practice of the time support the theories on the ornamentation practice of the time. The young Berlin baroque ensemble Musica Colorata consists of seven musicians and is particularly dedicated to the baroque music of the 17th and 18th centuries. With a lot of passion they search for unknown Italian and German compositions and present them with all their wonderful timbres on historical instruments.
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Trained under the guidance of A. Scorpione, D.A. Giordani and F.A. Urio, Francesco M. Benedetti is Chapel Master in Assisi, friend of G. Tartini and confrere of Father Martini. The complex counterpoint of his music closely recalls Bachian characteristics which, however, give way to galant elements that in some points result in a pre-classical language. Dense and virtuosic ornamentations typical of the performance practice of the time support the theories on the ornamentation practice of the time. The young Berlin baroque ensemble Musica Colorata consists of seven musicians and is particularly dedicated to the baroque music of the 17th and 18th centuries. With a lot of passion they search for unknown Italian and German compositions and present them with all their wonderful timbres on historical instruments.
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