Insieme strumentale di Roma
Bach: performance, interpretation, recordings
The Insieme Strumentale di Roma is a Baroque ensemble specialized in the performance, recording and in the reconstruction of Concertos, Sonatas and Cantatas by Bach.
The Insieme Strumentale di Roma is an ensemble operating in the field of historically informed performance of the seventeenth- and eighteenth-century repertoire. Conducted by the violinist Giorgio Sasso since its foundation, it has realized fifteen CDs for labels such as Stradivarius, Brilliant and Fuga Libera; all of these recordings have been awarded important prizes by the most important specialist journals worldwide. The Ensemble has performed throughout Europe, and in Japan, Korea, the US and Morocco.
Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro - Restauratore di organi storici
Bach: tuning and symbology
Graziano Interbartolo studied the acrostic found on the title-page of the First Book of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, proposing a new interpretation. It suggests a new kind of temperament, which is fully working and capable, at the same time, to impress into each key a well-defined character. It is, precisely, a "well"-tempered system, realizing a synthesis between the archaic early subdivisions of the octave and the manifold nuances of the Baroque era, as a prelude to the soul's affections which will constitute the creative stimuli for the following centuries.
Graziano Interbartolo obtained the Ministry's Diploma as a Master Restorer of Historical Organs at the Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione e il Restauro. He has worked on numerous occasions in cooperation with the Authorities for the Cultural Heritage in Genoa, Turin, Urbino, Avellino and Naples. He is an invited professor of organology and temperaments at the Conservatory G. Verdi of Turin. He wrote the technical section of the collective book "Bach 1722. Il Temperamento di Dio" (Finale Ligure: Edizioni Bolla, 2007). He is the author of technical-scientific papers about researches and experiences in the field of organ-making; he writes for the specialist journals L'Organo; Informazione organistica; and Organi liguri.