Giacomo Facco (1676-1753) was a late Italian composer that prospered in the Iberian Peninsula, much like Domenico Scarlatti, although he has been pretty much neglected. An outstanding violinist, he has been credited as the founder of the Spanish violin school by some scholars.
“Pensieri Adriarmonici” Concerto Op.1 No2 in B flat major
Allegro assai – Grave staccato – Allegro assai
L’Arte Dell’Arco / Federico Guglielmo