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SIMONETTI, Achille

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Turin, 1857 - London, 1928. Italian violinist and composer. He was first taught the violin by Francesco Bianchi; later he studied with Eugenio Cavallini at the Milan Conservatory (1872-3). He returned to Turin for further violin instruction with Giuseppe Gamba and for composition lessons with Carlo Pedrotti, and continued his studies in Genoa with Sivori, whose clearcut style and bravura temperament decisively influenced his playing. Having appeared as a concert artist, he went to Paris for further study with Dancla and Massenet. Later he settled in London as performer, teacher, and member of the London Trio. Frequent appearances in London and elsewhere in England, as well as throughout Europe, earned Simonetti the reputation of an outstanding soloist and chamber music player. He was among the first violinists to perform the Brahms Violin Concerto, for which he wrote his own cadenzas.

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  • SIMONETTI | Schmidt < Violin

    Madrigale for violin

    CLASS 2379: [O.V.: English-Spanish] [Tras: Spanish ]

    Content

    Sound quality - 2' 29''
    Tuning, Attitude of the musician - 4' 31''
  • SIMONETTI | Schmidt < Violin

    Madrigale for violin

    CLASS 2389: [O.V.: English-Spanish] [Tras: Spanish ]

    Content

    Shoulder - 1' 30''
    Sound quality - 2' 47''
    Sound quality - 5' 18''
    Sound quality, Bow distribution - 4' 59''
    Phrasing - 2' 58''
    Metrical rigor or freedom, Soloist - 0' 59''
    Bow - 2' 31''
    Sound quality, Attacks - 1' 33''

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