Giovanni Battista Bononcini (1670-1747) and his younger brother, Antonio Maria (1677-1726) were considered by their contemporaries to be among the most outstanding cello virtuosi of their time; today, however, they are best known not only as composers of vocal music but also as two of the greatest representatives of the galant style. It is to their music, often unpublished, that Marco Ceccato and his Accademia introduce us here.
Marco Ceccato: cello
Anna Fontana: cembalo
Rebeca Ferri: cello
Simone Vallerotonda: arciliuto e chitarra barocca