Canal March

Music in the Royal Chamber of Charles III and Charles IV

Solistas de la Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla. Guillermo Peñalver, traverso. Leo Rossi, violin. Mercedes Ruiz, cello. Ventura Rico, double bass. Alejandro Casal, harpsichord

Works by J. y J. B. Pla, F. Corselli, L. Boccherini and J. Oliver y Astorga

The Royal Chamber was the palace institution that assumed the musical activities integrated in the private life of the Spanish monarchs. In the case of 18th century Madrid, musicians such as Corselli and Boccherini, composers who stood out for the refinement of their chamber music writing, were linked to it.

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