Concerto Grosso No. 4 in D Major, Op. 6 - Solo Violin 2
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The following year Corelli appeared as leader of ten violins at the church of S. Corelli eventually bequeathed all his violins and manuscripts to Fornari, as well as the engraved plates for this set of Concerti Grossi which had not been published before his death. This latter set, Opus 5, was probably the most popular of all time, since by there were already at least forty-two printed editions. Nevertheless, it is likely that Corelli composed much more in manuscript a handful of ten works without opus number have survived and are listed in the complete catalogue of Hans Joachim Marx, Corelli is known to have been continually revising and perfecting his compositions and he probably only selected the very best for publication.
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The solo writing is always for two violins, cello and continuo in this recording we alternate between archlute, harpsichord and organ. The tutti parts are scored for conventional four-part strings and are technically very simple. In fact the solo violin parts only venture beyond third position once or twice—for example in the extended first movement of Concerto No 2 and the Vivace of Concerto No 6.
It appears that Corelli himself had limitations with certain aspects of violin technique: having agreed to lead an orchestra in an opera for Scarlatti, he apparently had difficulty in playing a high passage which the Neapolitans managed easily and furthermore disgraced himself by making two false starts in C major to an aria in C minor!
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In he led an orchestra for Handel in both Il Trionfo del Tempo and La Resurrezione , the former none too successfully according to Hawkins. Corelli is known to have played beautiful embellishments in his performances and we have used various sources as guidance in this recording. We have also paid particular attention to contemporary bowing styles Corelli is known to have insisted on unanimity of bowing much as Lully had done—perhaps more advice from Muffat? The typical size of a string orchestra in Rome can be seen from that directed by Corelli at S.
Marcello in , consisting of six violins, two violas, two cellos, two double basses, harpsichord and organ; the use of one or more archlutes was also very common.