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Lloyd / Britten Sinfonia - Casta Diva - Operatic Arias Transcribed For (Hybr)
Casta Diva - Operatic Arias Transcribed For (Hybr)
Artist: Lloyd / Britten Sinfonia
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 04/28/2023
UPC: 095115532126

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Hailed as 'remarkable' by The Daily Telegraph, Matilda Lloyd is a young instrumentalist with exceptional poise and musicality. She studied music at the University of Cambridge, Royal Academy of Music, and with Håkan Hardenberger at Musikhögskolan i Malmö. She has since captivated audiences and critics alike with her artistry, communication, and, in the words of Saarbrücker Zeitung (March 2020), 'flawless sound and virtuosic technique', with which she brings a unique flair to every performance. She won the BBC Young Musician of the Year Brass Final in 2014, and in 2016 made her début at the BBC Proms. Casta Diva is Matilda's début album on Chandos, about which she writes: 'Every trumpet player has studied the ultimate technique book, by Jean-Baptiste Arban - a monumental tome affectionately known as 'The Trumpet Bible'. At the end of the book are sets of theme and variations - my favourite, the Variations on Bellini's Norma, became the point of departure for this album inspired by nineteenth-century Italian opera, as it uses the aria 'Casta Diva', from Bellini's 1831 opera, as it's theme. The album explores the voice of the trumpet in that golden age of opera, highlighting works by Rossini, Bellini, and Donizetti. I hope that the album showcases the beauty, musicality, and technical brilliance of the instrument, and that you find as much enjoyment in listening to, as we did in arranging and recording, these fantastic pieces of music!'