Genre: Classical
Label: Tacet
Additional Artists: Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra


Vivaldi 7 with One Stroke! Blu-Ray Audio Disc


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Audio-Only Blu-Ray! Plays on Blu-Ray Compatible Players ONLY!

Blu-Ray Audio Disc Featuring Tacet Real Surround Sound!

Ariadne Daskalakis, the guest concertmistress of the ensemble, conducts the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra for the recorded proceedings found here on this Blu-ray Audio disc featuring Tacet's Real Surround Sound.

Seven concertos by Antonio Vivaldi - Each member of the orchestra gets to play a solo.

Founded by Karl Munchinger in 1945, the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra has held a prominent position in the international orchestral world for some seven decades.

• Blu-ray Audio
• Tacet Real Surround Sound
• Red Button: 5.1 24bit/96kHz Tacet Real Surround Sound (default)
• Yellow Button: 2.0 24bit/96kHz stereo
• Playable with or without screen
• Audio only - no video

Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra
Ariadne Daskalakis, concertmistress, conductor
Adrian Iliescu, violin (1-3)
Satoko Koike, violin (1-3)
Sini Simonen, violin (1-3)
Ariadne Daskalakis, violin (4-6)
Ulrike Eickenbusch, violoncello (4-6)
Klaus von Niswandt, violin (7-10)
Malgorzata Krzyminska, violin (7-10)
Adriana Coines Escriche, violin (7-10)
Onur Kestel, violin (7-10)
Gyorgy Bognar, violoncellos (11-13)
Nikolaus von Bulow, violoncellos (11-13)
Ariadne Daskalaikis, violin (14-16)
Wolfgang Kussmaul, violin (14-16)
Paul Pesthy, viola (17-19)
Kamila Maslowska, viola (17-19)
Hans-Joachim Dann, viola (17-19)
Emanuel Wieck, viola (17-19)
Renger Woelderink, double bass (20)

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

1-3. Concerto for 3 Violins and Orchestra in F major, RV 551
4-6. Concerto for Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra in B flat major, RV 547
7-10. Concerto for 4 Violins and Orchestra in E minor, RV 550
11-13. Concerto for 2 Violoncellos and Orchestra in G minor, RV 531
14-16. Concerto for 2 Violins and Orchestra in A minor, RV 522
17-19. Concerto for 4 Violas and Orchestra in E minor, RV 580
20. Aria "Il figlio, il reo" from: "Tito Manlio," RV 778

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