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  • Komponist: Giovanni Maria Trabaci
  • Audio CD (2. September 2002)
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  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 3
  • Format: Box-Set
  • Label: Naxos (Naxos Deutschland Musik & Video Vertriebs-)
  • ASIN: B00006JQT3
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Impressive and fascinating project 17. Mai 2015
Von Stephen Midgley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Neapolitan composer Giovanni Maria Trabaci (c. 1575-1647) was one of the great pioneers of keyboard music. He was organist at the Royal Court Chapel in Naples, an outstanding centre of music under Spanish rule, and he wrote prolifically for organ and keyboard. In these two well-priced Naxos sets, of three and four discs respectively, Sergio Vartolo performs the invaluable service of bringing us the two Books of Trabaci's complete keyboard works, played on a variety of period instruments. I am posting this review for both volumes on Amazon, with just a few additional comments for some of the works under each of the two separate entries.

In their excellent reviews, fellow reviewers J Scott Morrison and D. M. Ohara have already provided information on the background, Trabaci's music and aspects of Vartolo's performance. I will not repeat all that here, except to say that this is a fabulous collection of music in different formats including ricercari, canzoni, toccatas, galliards, sets of variations and settings of the Gregorian tones. Vartolo also alternates between an impressive range of instruments including, in this first volume, two harpsichords, a spinettone (large spinet) and the church organ of S. Martino, Bologna. This brings me to one of two quibbles I have with this project - namely that, for my taste, there is all-too-frequent swapping around between instruments. For example, the opening series of twelve Ricercari is shared between the four instruments just mentioned. Personally I find this somewhat disconcerting, and would prefer to concentrate on the relationships between these majestic and involving works without the added distraction of sometimes radical contrasts of sound and technique. I suspect that the player, and his producers, were just a little worried that so much Trabaci at once - or, for example, so many ricercari in succession - might prove boring to listeners unless further variety was introduced. Well, I certainly wouldn't find any of this music boring and I suspect that the same would apply to most music enthusiasts who choose to buy a set of three or four, let alone seven, CDs of baroque keyboard music.

Perhaps it's from this same reasoning that Vartolo plays the pieces with rather more rubato than usual, in many cases pulling the tempo around quite substantially within each piece. He goes a bit too far for my taste in this respect, sometimes losing momentum as a result, and the effect is especially marked in the eight Partite su Ruggiero on CD3, where the treatment of each variation is so different that the intended continuity of the work suffers; again, three of the eight variations are played on a different instrument. But I would stress that this aspect of Vartolo's performance is a matter of personal preference, and I don't want to diminish the quality of his playing which is sensitive, stylish and involving. Also, returning to instrumental matters, every one of his instruments is very fine and entirely appropriate for the period, and I would further add that Trabaci himself stated that the music was suitable for organ or harpsichord.

Sergio Vartolo's own booklet notes for both volumes are excellent, as is the recorded sound for all the instruments. Altogether, this is an impressive, enterprising and valuable project of great musico-historical value. The music itself is absolutely splendid, and my two polite reservations about performance may not bother some listeners at all. If, however, you would prefer a sampling of Trabaci's music on a single disc, I would recommend this superb recital, Trabaci - Opere per clavicembalo, which is available in CD format from UK and other European sources at the time of writing.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Rarely heard early Italian keyboard music 17. April 2003
Von J Scott Morrison - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Most music-lovers have never heard of Italian composer Giovanni Maria Trabaci (c. 1575-1647). He's from the same generation, more or less, as that of Frescobaldi and Giovanni Gabrieli. He was organist to the Royal Chapel in Naples which, being under Spanish rule, had a different musical culture than Frescobaldi's Venice; Neapolitan music of this era tended to be darker-hued. Still, like Frescobaldi, he was a master of early baroque counterpoint. One reason his music has not been as widely heard as Frescobaldi's is that there was no modern edition of his works until recently. His music had previously been published in open score on four staves, making it very difficult for keyboard players to manage. The music was printed that way primarily to make the contrapuntal lines distinct and the prior editions were printed in old-style notation. Indeed the interweaving lines were printed so that notes sounding simultaneously were not lined up vertically. There has also been some conjecture about whether the music was meant for an instrumental ensemble or for a single keyboard instrument, the same issue surrounding Bach's 'Art of Fugue.' In this traversal the music is played by a keyboard player, Sergio Vartolo (something of a specialist in this music, one gathers from the booklet), who plays several different instruments - organs, harpsichords, a spinettone.
This 3-CD set includes Book I of Trabaci's keyboard works and dates from 1603. On the first disc are 12 ricercari, forerunners of the fugue, and they show us that, in addition to being a skilful contrapuntist, Trabaci was capable of writing memorable themes. Other forms included on the full set are canzoni francese, capricci, canti fermi, gagliarde, partite, and toccate. Basically they are all short, highly contrapuntal pieces in a somewhat severe style. There are harmonic experiments along the way (particularly in the 'consonanze stravaganti') that sound unusual even today, reminding one at times of the somewhat outré harmonies of his slightly older contemporary, Carlo Gesualdo.
The music is engaging and certainly worth hearing. I have some question about Vartolo's use of rubato. I do not know enough about performance practice of that time and place to argue with his tempo adjustments, but at times, frankly, he sounds like he is slowing down or speeding up at his own whim. It is pleasant to hear the various instruments, some of them owned by the performer, and they are intermixed in such a way there is no sudden change of dynamic level when he moves from one instrument to another. The recorded sound is excellent.
There is a companion issue - of Book II - on Naxos but I do not know if more issues are planned.
Scott Morrison
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A real discovery from the early Baroque 5. Dezember 2011
Von D. M. Ohara - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This review covers two Naxos sets of keyboard music by the Early Baroque Neapolitan composer, Giovanni Maria Trabaci [c.1575-1647], a near contemporary of Frescobaldi. Volume 1 [3CDs, 151 minutes] consists of works published in 1603, and Volume 2 [4 CDs, 205 minutes] of works published in 1615. Each volume would have fitted comfortably onto one CD less than was actually used; but let that pass. Both sets still represent tremendous value for money, such that for a modest outlay one can easily explore this great wealth of virtually unknown music of the highest quality. The mastermind behind the project is Sergio Vartolo, who plays a variety of harpsichords, organs and spinets, and who is joined in a few pieces by the Harpist, Andrew Lawrence King, and two singers: Michel van Goethem [countertenor] and Mario Ceccheti [tenor]. Most of the tracks are solo pieces played by Vartolo, who also provides full and erudite notes which greatly enhance the value of these sets.

The music was all written for the Royal Chapel in Naples, then under Spanish rule, where Trabaci was first organist [Volume 1] and then Maestro di Capella [Volume 2]. It consists of a series of Ricercare, Canzoni, Partitias, Toccatas and similar pieces which showcase the development of Baroque music in Naples during the first two decades of the Seventeenth century. I am far from being an expert in this period, and was slightly wary at first, thinking I might find it somewhat monotonous: but I really had nothing to fear. The use of different instruments and settings has given the music far more variety and interest than a simple list of the contents might suggest. Thus it is possible - I found - to play one disc after the other without in any way dulling the palate, making it an ideal companion on those long-haul flights. It will prove both an education and a delight for those unfamiliar with this wonderful music, and deserves a wide hearing. Thoroughly recommended.
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