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C 9701/2 G.P. TELEMANN/J.S. BACH (2 CDs) – COLLECTION RENTRÉE [9,99 Euros]

 

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In this first volume of The Mirror Collection we want to look for contrasts and similarities in the works of two of the greatest geniuses of the Baroque period. From Telemann we have chosen his favourite repertoire: chamber music, extraordinarily idiomatic, composed with a complete understanding of the technical and textural possibilities of the instruments chosen. From Bach, we present music that we cannot be sure whether it was created specifically for one instrument or group of instruments. It is a contrast, then, between Telemann’s idiomatic music and domestic aspirations and Bach’s intimate musical exercise. They show us two quite different (but complementary) images of Baroque creativity. It is worth being illuminated by their reflection.

Four outstanding soloists form Tripla Concordia in this recording. They belong to the young Italian generation of virtuoso musicians that have rediscovered the Baroque performance thanks to their expressive and passionate vision of the music, a fact made plain when listening to their colourful and inventive renderings of this marvellous works. The Bach pieces (BWV 526, 526, 529 and 997) are given chamber music performances, with recorder or traverso in combination with harpsichord or organ, throwing new light about their true nature and origins as music very possibly composed for two obbligato instruments.

 

Tripla Concordia

  • Lorenzo Cavasanti, recorders and traverso
  • Caroline Boersma, violoncello
  • Sergio Ciomei, harpsichord and organ
  • Mario Martinoli, continuo harpsichord

Credits

Total time 56:40

60-pages booklet with articles by A. Lausi, S. Ciomei andJ.C. Cabello

Recorded at Montevarchi (Italy), January 1996

Recording and editing Valter B. Neri

Cover Johann Baptist Lampi, “Prinzessin Elisabeth Wilhelmine von Württemberg”.

Alte Galerie des Steiermärkischen Landesmuseums Joanneum, Graz, Austria

 

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    Telemann Sonata Para Flauta Dulce Y Basso Continuo C Major – Adagio Allegro Adagio Allegro
    Telemann Trio para flauta dulce y clave obligado en La Mayor III Largo
    Bach Trio Sonata Para Traverso G Major BWV525 – Allegro
    Bach Trio Sonata Para Traverso G Major BWV525 – Adagio

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