Das habe ich gefunden bei www.audad.com
. wahrscheinlich weißt du das schon, ist ja auch dürftig, was es über Brescianello zu lesen gibt.
Another obscure but worthwhile composer re-discovered and reintroduced to modern audiences via the CD. Brescianello was a slightly younger contemporary of Bach, Handel, Telemann and Rameau. He was Kapellmeister of the Württemberg court in southwest Germany for many years. During this period of great musical activity and productivity he created works which mixed both the French and Italian traditions of the time, as well as newer and older elements. Not much of his music has survived, but these seven works are all appealing and varied. The opening and closing movements show off virtuoso turns by the solo instruments much as heard in Vivaldi or Corelli. The slow movements are full of melodic invention. Brescianello was clearly a master composer of his time. The young-looking Basel chamber orchestra plays with Swiss precision yet with a light and non-stodgy lilt. The church recording venue is extremely reverberant but if you run it thru Pro Logic II or IIx you will get a tremendous multichannel soundfield the equal of most classical 5.1 discs.
- John Sunier