Sonata VII & VIII

music: Gioanpietro del Buono ( 15?? – 16?? )
Sonata VII Stravagante, e per cimbalo cromatico
Sonata VIII [ Presto ] – Adagio – Presto
harpsichord and projection paintings: Alessio Silvestrin
perfomance: “Costellazione & Asterisma” Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Tokyo 28.11.2014

The XIV Sonate sopra Ave Maris Stella by Gioanpietro Del Buono, published in Palermo in 1641, remains a unique work and the oldest example in the history of music which applies the name sonata. The wide expressive range of of these sonatas is a remains coherent and organic in its forms, reaching in the Sonata VII, stravagante e per il cimbalo cormatico, the height of the chromatic experimentation inaugurated by the Neapolitan School. While listening to the 14 sonatas on Ave Maris Stella by Gioanpietro del Buono, it will be projected 56 drawings with color variations in color and the musical execution will be on Italian harpsichord by Carlo Grimaldi, Messina 1697, built by Akihiko Yamanobe, Tokyo 2014.