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Play This Passionate: Music for solo viola da gamba CD
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1. Love's Farewell
2. Love's Galliard
3. A Humorous Pavin
13. Adagio - Allegro - Adagio
14. Presto - Adagio
16. Aria: Adagio
25. Recitatif - Arioso - Andante
7. The Spirit of Gambo
8. Captain Hume's Pavan
9. Tinckeldum Twinckeldum
10. Reis Glorios Variations, 1972
11. 1. Prélude
12. 2. Allemande
13. 3. Courante
14. 4. Sarabande
15. 5. Gigue
16. 6. Gavotte
17. 7. Menuet
18. Tombeau (Reflections on the Ground When I am laid in earth from Dido and Aeneas by Purcell, Op.86, 1981)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By robert e neveln - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I would disagree with the previous reviewer. The performance by Sarah Cunningham is truly a consistent passionate, though, understated, effort throughout all 26 pieces. One flows effortlessly to the next. It builds then backs off, then builds again. Some pieces actually sublime. The consistency is truly wonderful. I say this as a previous double bass player with the viola close at hand in the orchestra. The viol on the other hand, has such a unique different set of overtones. I have listened to other viol CDs. No comparison to this performance. This performance with the selected composers is perfect.
1 of 8 people found the following review helpful
By James Silverton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Initially, I thought that the very pretty young lady pictured was Sarah Cunningham but it turned out to be one contemporary with the the original music. She is said to be "playing the viol" but actually is holding it and the bow separately. Nevertheless, the set of CDs beautifully illustrate the playing of the the viol de gamba. I have a small quarrel with the title: "passionate" hardly seems to describe all but the final few tracks. I'd call it melancholy and introspective.
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