CPE Bach (1714-1788) 

Concerto in D minor Wq.22 H. 425 (Berlin 1747)

The Concerto Wq.22 (H.425) by CPE Bach was originally composed as a harpsichord concerto and later rearranged by the composer as a flute concerto. 


Gilad Hochman (born 1982) - 
Nedudim ("wanderings")

Fantasia-Concertante for mandolin and strings
Dedicated to Alon Sariel
Live recording from World Premiere, April 2014
St James's Piccadilly, London


Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837) 

Concerto in G Major, S.28

The Concerto for mandolin and orchestra (strings, 2 flutes and 2 horns) was composed in 1799 for the Italian virtuoso Bartholomeo Bortolazzi.
This is the world's first recording of this work on historical instrumenets after the composer's London manuscript. The orchestra musicians are using gut strings and classical bows, natural horns and classical flutes, and the exact historical mandolin type known to have been played by Bortolazzi.


W. A. Mozart (1757-1791) - 
"Komm, liebe Zither" K.351

Composed between 1780-81 in Munich and originally scored by Mozart for mandolin and high voice.
Here with soprano Dame Emma Kirkby.


J.S. Bach (1685-1750) - 
Chaconne

From Partita no. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
On August 2nd, 2014, the brilliant cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras had to promptly cancel his solo recital at the Sommerlichen Musiktage Hitzacker in Germany. With only a few hours notice, the Festival Academy had to step in.
I chose to perform the strongest piece I know, and my favorite piece of all - Bach's Chaconne in D minor.
The microphones of the NDR were there to catch every breath of it.

 


Viktor Kioulaphides (born 1961) -
Quartet for Mandolin and String Trio (2. Mvt)
Dedicated to Alon Sariel and Flex Ensemble
Live recording from world premiere, July 2012
Festival international de mandoline de Castellar


Michelangelo Galilei (1575 – 1631) -
Toccata III from Il Primo Libero d’Intabulatura di Liuto (Munich 1620)


Béla Bartók (1881-1945) - 
Máramarosi Tánc
from 44 duets for two violins Sz. 98


Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger (c. 1580–1651) -
Toccata II & Gagliarda III from Libro primo d'intavolatura di lauto (Rome 1611)