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The Petri/Hannibal duo first appeared on stage in the winter of 1991, and performed their first full concert in the summer of 1992 at the Monastery La Cartuja de la Sierra in Andalusia, Spain. Since then, they have appeared in concert halls and festivals around the world, giving nearly 1500 concerts in programs of music from the late renaissance and early baroque, the classical and romantic periods, to contemporary works written especially for them. Together, they have released five CDs including Kreisler Inspirations (2001) which received the prestigious Deutscher Schallplattenpreis. In 2006, the duo formed OUR Recordings, to present the continuing musical adventures of two most imaginative musicians. In celebration of their 20th anniversary, the duo has newly recorded a program of their most popular Baroque repertoire as a very special gift to the audience, their friends and fans around the world!
Tomaso Antonio Vitali: Chaconne in G minor (arr. for recorder and lute)
Chaconne in G minor (arr. for recorder and lute)
Georg Philipp Telemann: Essercizii musici: Recorder Sonata in D minor, TWV 41:d4
Johann Sebastian Bach: Flute Sonata in C major, BWV 1033
I. Andante - Presto
IV. Menuet I-II
Antonio Vivaldi: Sonata No. 4 in A major, Op. 13, RV 59, "Il pastor fido"
I. Preludio: Largo
II. Allegro ma non presto
Arcangelo Corelli: Recorder Sonata, Op. 5, No. 12, "La Follia"
Recorder Sonata, Op. 5, No. 12, "La Follia"
Giuseppe Tartini: Violin Sonata in G minor, "The Devil's Trill" (arr. for recorder and lute)
I. Larghetto affetuoso
III. Grave - Allegro assai
George Frideric Handel: Recorder Sonata in B flat major, HWV 377
“her poise remains absolute thanks to lightning fingerwork, precision tonguing, faultless breath control and unfailing evenness of tone and tuning...there are times when the final sparks of human warmth and excitement are missing...Listen to this CD and you will gape in wonder at Petri's technical brilliance, but in the end you may find at a deeper level that the music has left you strangely unmoved.”