Recently I heard a cello concerto on the radio (wgbh) by a Baroque
Neopolitan composer named Leo (last name!!) The soloist was Bylesma,
playing with the Tafelmusic group, and it was on a Canadian label I didn't
catch- along with five others cello concerti. It was fascinating, complex,
beautiful music -not a just a rerun of what I think of as the usual Italian
Baroque. I commend it to Baroque enthusiasts as well as passersby like me.
Does anyone know something about this Leo fellow?
Professor Bernard Chasan
Physics Department, Boston University