Headquartered in Italy in Milan and Cagliari (Sardinia Island), Linæ Occultæ - CD label produces classical music recordings with both modern or ancient instruments.
Our CD Label loves the contemporary repertoire and we also like electronic music.
We will be happy to evaluate your proposals and suggestions for future publications.
Our works can be listened on traditional media (CD, LP), but obviusly, they are available on all digital channels like Spotify ® , Itunes ®, Youtube® etc.
We hope you can appreciat our work. Good listening!
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Linae Occultae publishes a new work by a Mexican organist. Victor Contreras proposes listening to the music written by Sor Maria Clara del Santisimo Sacramento. The organ used for the recording of this CD is the same used by this extraordinary musician who, despite her talent for music, had consecrated her life to religion. Her Cuaderno de Tonos de Maitines,contained in the CD, is the demonstration of his very fine art.
Francesco Giammarco offers us a CD with four masterpieces by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Airs Variés pour le clavecin ou le forte piano were composed between 1777 and 1781 and are four jewels of Mozart's pianism. The recording was made with a copy of a Walter fortepiano.
Available now a new CD dedicated to contemporary music. Nine compositions for flute (also G flute) and clarinet (and bass clarinet), some of which with an electronic part that dialogues with the two instruments. The CD is produced in collaboration with
SIMC, the Italian Society of Contemporary Music.
Enrico Di Felice and Raffaele Bertolini perform pieces by Fabrizio Casti, Andrea Talmelli, Paola Ciarlantini, Gianluca Podio, Pantaleo L. Cammarano, Roberto Zanata, Andrea Nicoli, Elena Maiullari and Mauro Porro.
The CD will be presented in concert on October 1st in Milan at Spazio Tadini and in the following days in Luxembourg (October 2nd and 3rd), Cagliari (October 5th) and Valencia (October 23rd and 24th)
The scarse biographical information gathered to date indicates that Giuseppe (Joseph) Agus was born in Cagliari in 1722 and was christened there at the Church of Sant’Eulalia in March of the same year. Son of Vincenzo, musician in the Chapel of Cagliari, Giuseppe Agus, at eight years of age, was sent to study the violin in Naples, centre of excellence for musical education in eighteenth century Italy.
At the end of his studies, Giuseppe Agus, now in his twenties, returned to Cagliari but, despite public attestations of his musical talent, was not able to find a suitable position at the Musical Chapel. His tracks are then lost for a few years, until 1750, when his name appeared on the musical scene in London.
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Linae Occultae pays homage to the most important contemporary composer from Sardinia. Franco Oppo left us 5 years ago, but his music is still alive in the performances of his reference musicians such as the Spaziomusica Ensemble, Mario Carraro, Irvine Arditti, Manuel Zurria, Riccardo Leone etc. These two CDs are an anthology that includes pieces composed from 1968 to 2007 and tells us about the evolution of musical language at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Fabrizio Marchionni is an eclectic musician who ranges from the organ and harpsichord repertoire of the 18th century to the crossover repertoire between classical and jazz music.
Three fascinating female figures are the fil rouge of this work by Fabrizio Marchionni, who exploits this inspiration to show off his refined technique of variation that meets and collides with phrasing and harmonies with a typically jazzy flavor.
The last two tracks of the CD see the participation of Stefano D'Anna, a very fine jazz saxophonist who boasts collaborations with important musicians including Stefano Bollani, Norma Winstone, Sheila Jordan, Roberto Gatto, Fabrizio Bosso, Enzo Pietropaoli and Fabrizio Sferra
French Connection, a famous cocktail, is the best way to bring the spirit of a CD that contains some of the most significant pages of the rich repertoire of the flute.
As familiar to the performers as it is intriguing for a wider audience, the music proposed by Tony Chessa and Claudio Sanna flows in an articulated but homogeneous way along the flute and piano repertoire of the first half of the twentieth century.
A new CD of our label is available. The protagonists of this work are the flutist Sara Ligas, the violist Salvatore Rea and the pianist Luca Nurchis who present a program of music of the XX century.
The composers are Ernest Bloch, Bohslav Martinu and Maurice Duruflé. It is a very interesting work that cannot be missing from your collection.
As usual, you can listen to it digitally on all platforms. If you want to buy a copy instead, send an email to our online shop
Enrico Di Felice returns to record works by Johann Sebastian Bach. A decade ago our Inviolata Recordings label had published a Bachian CD by Di Felice with the baroque flute, now he publishes, with the modern flute, the famous Toccata and Fuga in D minor BWV 565 as well as other works. These include the Suite in G major BWV 1007 and the Partita BWV 1013. In this recording Enrico Di Felice plays a vintage Haynes silver flute from 1971.
The recording is availabile on Spotify iTunes and Apple Music
A new recording of the most important classic repertory for clarinet. The Trios by Beethoven op. 11 and op. 63 played and recorded by Raffaele Bertolini (clarinet), Silvano Fusco (cello) and Marco Schiavo (piano).
The Beethoven Trio, the protagonist of the CD, has among its members musicians of great standing. We advise you to listen to the CD with Brahmsian repertoire by pianist Marco Schiavo (Decca UPC 00028948178124).
The recording is available on iTunes Apple Music and Spotify