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Professor Michael Talbot

Michael Talbot portrait

HENRICUS ALBICASTRO
‘London’ sonata No. 1 in C minor C minor
‘London’ sonata No. 2 in B flat major B flat major
‘London’ sonata No. 3 in F minor F minor
‘London’ sonata No. 4 in F major F minor
‘Leuven’ sonata in D minor D minor
‘Kilravock’ sonata in A minor D minor

TOMASO ALBINONI
16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas

SIMON BALICOURT
Set 2, 1 and 2 Set 2, 3 and 4 Set 2, 5 and 6 Set 2, 7 and 8
Set 1, 1 and 2 Set 1, 1 and 2

GEORGE BERG
Set 2, 1 and 2 Set 2, 1 and 2

MARTINO BITTI
London 1 London 2 London 3 London 3 London 3 Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo
Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo Violin, basso continuo
Violin, basso continuo

GIUSEPPE STEFANO CARBONELLI
16 cantatas 16 cantatas

FORTUNATO CHELLERI
Trio Sonata

MAURICE GREENE
Six Italian Arias Six Italian Arias

ANTONIO MONTANARI
16 cantatas 16 cantatas


RICHARD MUDGE
16 cantatas


JOHANN FRIEDRICH SCHREIVOGEL
Sonata in E flat major violin sonata
Sonata in E minor violin sonata

GIUSEPPE TORELLI
16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas
Motet: Ite, procul abite, maestitiae (Soprano, two violins and Basso Continuo) Motet

Motet: O fideles, modicum sustinete tempus (Alto, two violins and Basso Continuo) Motet

Motet: Totus orbis, umbra canit (Soprano, two violins and Basso Continuo) Motet


GIUSEPPE VALENTINI
16 cantatas

BENEDETTO VINACCESI
16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas 16 cantatas



Michael Talbot retired from the Alsop Chair of Music in 2003 but remains at Liverpool University as Emeritus Professor. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and is known internationally for his publications, which are mainly on Italian music of the eighteenth century, focusing on Vivaldi and his Italian contemporaries. The British Academy awarded him the Serena Medal for Italian studies in 1999.
He is the sole author of nine books, several of which have been translated, and has edited a further four. Numerous articles by him have appeared in journals world-wide. He co-edits the yearbook Studi vivaldiani and is active as an editor of eighteenth-century music and as a translator of writings in several other languages.
His monograph Benedetto Vinaccesi, A Musician in Brescia and Venice in the Age of Corelli was published by Clarendon Press Oxford in 1994.

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