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The sonatas of the Venetian composer and priest Diogenio Bigaglia (c. 1676–c. 1745) have long found favour among recorder players in particular. This group of three sonatas for violin (or alternative treble instrument) and continuo, dating from before 1716/17, when they were copied in Venice by the visiting Dresden violinist J. G. Pisendel, make an attractive addition to the catalogue. Relatively easy to perform, they are full of personality and conspicuous musical vitality.
Music example Sonata 1
Music example Sonata 2
Music example Sonata 3