GIUSEPPE ANTONIO BRESCIANELLO Concerti, Sinfonie, Ouverture by La Cetra Barockorchester Basel
If I could post on emusic, I would add this to the Baroque Music Thread (any volunteers?).
Brescianello (1690-1758) is a new composer to me - one I like very much! He was an Italian composer who spent a lot of his time in Stuttgart. Many of the compositions on this disk are very Vivaldi-like, yet he retains his own style. Brescianello's music on this disk is full of lively, very impressive melodic riffs and you won't tire of listening to it if you like baroque music at all.
La Cetra Barockorchester Basel does a spot-on fantastic performance here. Conductor credits list David Plantier (evidently the lead violin, who plays beautifully) and V