Hellendaal: Six Grand Concertos for Violins, etc. in Eight Parts, Opus 3. 1996.
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Founded in 1982 by violinist Jan Willem de Vriend, the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam developed into a close-knit ensemble specialising in music from 1600-1800. As of January 2014, Combattimento Consort Amsterdam will cease to exist. Founder and artistic leader Jan Willem de Vriend has decided to give full focus to his conducting activities. The other members of the ensemble have decided to continue under the name Combattimento. More information about them is to be found at ww. ombattimento.
Also known as Combattimento Consort, Combattimento Consort A'dam. Members of Combattimento Consort Amsterdam: Jan Willem de Vriend. Six Grand Concertos For Violins Etc. In Eight Parts Opus 3. 36. mp3.
In that year, when Pieter was 15, the Hellendaal family moved, this time to Amsterdam. Soon after their arrival, Pieter's outstanding talent as a violinist came to the attention of the Amsterdam city Secretary, Mattheus Lestevenon, who arranged for him (barely sixteen) to study in Italy where he stayed for six years (1737–1743). His works include virtuoso violin sonatas in the Italian late Baroque style; Three Grand Lessons for keyboard, violin, and continuo (published ca. 1790); a cantata, and vocal works (including canons, catches, and glees). His Six Concerti Grossi (published c. 1758, Opus 3, in eight parts) retained the older style - where several different soloists interact with a somewhat larger group of players who provide the larger orchestral texture. This genre retained its popularity in England for decades after it became unfashionable on the Continent.
Six Grand Concerto's for Violins &c. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IPH 1. v'ts/Sec's.
Ton Koopman, Combattimento Consort Amsterdam. Pieter Hellendaal, Joachim van den Hove, Nicolas Vallet, Anthoni van Noordt, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Emanuel Andriaensen. A musical anthology of the Northern Netherlands. Andrea Kauchlitz Colizzi, Pieter Hellendaal, Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch, Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer, Willem de Fesch, Jan Baptist Verrijt, Anthoni van Noordt, Constantijn Huygens, Jacob van Eyck, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Adrianus Valerius, Nicolas Vallet.