PANDOLFI MEALLI Chaconne from "La Castella" Baroque Cello & Theorbo





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Published on May 4, 2009

Soundtrack from a LIVE Concert at the
Dorfkirche Berlin-Rahnsdorf, 25.04.2009

Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli (Innsbruck, ca. 1660) Chaconne
(originally for Violin and Basso continuo)

Not much is reported about the life of the violinist Mealli (also named Pandolfi). He left Innsbruck on Feb., 15th. 1660 and is one of the most important connecting elements between earlier italian music (Uccellini, Castello) and the famous violinists Schmelzer and Biber. This sonata was named after the Innsbruck organist and kaplan Antonio Castelli (not after the wellknown venzian composer Darius Castella).

Duo Continuo
Dorothea Andreae - Baroquecello
Siegfried Andreae - Theorbo in d

All kind of old ostinato music has a positive effect on personnel well-being (music for relaxation, not making you sleepy).

The videoclip gives an overview of a plenty of spring flowers in our natural garden in Berlin.

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