Originally released by Octopus, a label devoted to thematic libraries, Angoscia is one of the best works by Alessandro Alessandroni: here the composer native of Lazio shows his unique skills as an author and as an arranger. Famous for his work in the movies – often with masters such as Piero Umiliani and Ennio Morricone, with whom he collaborated to create some truly immortal soundtracks (especially those written for Sergio Leone) – Alessandroni also developed a parallel career as an author of libraries, freely crossing and touching every music genre.
Following their album 1600, Concerto Italiano jump forward a century for a programme of string music that celebrates the extraordinary creativity of 18th century Italian composers. All the works here are scored for four-part ensemble without soloist and reveal, once again, the elegant style of Rinaldo Alessandrini’s ensemble (which he directs from the harpsichord). Alongside well-known composers like Vivaldi, Geminiani and Locatelli, we encounter the distinctive personalities of Durante, Mascitti, Galuppi and Pugnani.
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