Boccherini


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Boccherini

Luigi . 1743--1805, Italian composer and cellist
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They were convincing advocates for Boccherini, a favourite of theirs, in two of his rarely-heard 91 quartets.
Even when Peter Sellers, in the film, is downstairs feeding General Gordon the parrot and Guinness is absent, the sound of the Boccherini emanates from the room.
The festival runs April 6-19, with concerts April 6, 11, 14, 17 and 19 presenting music ranging from Boccherini to Brahms to Hindemith to Kodaly.
As conceived by Malkovich, Austrian conductor Martin Haselbock and Austrian writer Michael Sturminger, "Seduction and Despair" will combine selections by Gluck, Boccherini, Vivaldi, Haydn, Handel, Weber and Mozart inspired by that legendary ladykiller, Don Juan, with a dramatic narrative (performed by Malkovich) based on the life of Unterweger.
In making such a claim I can do no better than show the reader the scene of one of my own trysts with Signor Boccherini, the very sheets and the stains upon them, as it were.
Lying here quietly beside you, My cheek against your firm, quiet thighs, The calm music of Boccherini Washing over us in the quiet, As the sun leaves the housetops and goes Out over the Pacific, quiet-- So quiet the sun moves beyond us, So quiet as the sun always goes, So quiet, our bodies, worn with the Times and the penances of love, our Brains curled, quiet in their shells, dormant, Our hearts slow, quiet, reliable In their interlocked rhythms, the pulse In your thigh caressing my cheek.
Berio: Orchestral transciritpions from Bach, Boccherini, Brahms, Mozart, Purcell, and Schubert Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi/ Riccardo Chailly (Decca 476 2830)
The Bachs help to enlarge the category but there is also Bartok, Bax, Beethoven, Bellini, Berg, Berlioz, Bernstein, Bizet, Bliss, Blow, Boccherini, Boyce, Brahms, Bridge, Britten, Bruckner, Buxtehude, Byrd.
Few composers give such undiluted pleasure as Boccherini and this recording captures that sense to a high degree.
The book lists 174 composers whose works appear in the newspaper in the newspaper's advertisements, ranging from the famous (Thomas Ame, Luigi Boccherini, Joseph Hayden) to the obscure ("a Lady").
In Firenze I had chamber music, Mozart, and Boccherini.
Ma plays a Baroque cello for the first time on these recordings, which also include Boccherini cello concertos, and he is joined by Ton Koopman conducting the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.