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Wydawnictwo: Audite
Nr katalogowy: AUDITE 97730
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2017
EAN: 4022143977304
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, klasycyzm
Obszar (język): polski, francuski
Rodzaj: wariacje, polonez, sonata

Pleyel / Chopin / Bizet: Bogenhauser Kunstlerkapelle

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Kompozytor
Joseph Ignaz Pleyel (1757-1831)
Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
Georges Bizet (1838-1875)
Ludwig Skell, Georg Ernest G. Kallenbach, Heinrich Albert, Jakob Arcadelt, Herzog Max in Bayern, Ignaz Josef Pleyel, Heinrich Scherrer, Auguste Durand, Frank Wedekind, Benedict Stadtfeld, W.A. Mozart, Max Kastl, Arcangello Corelli, Jean Ph. Rameau, J. S. Bach
Wykonawcy
Ensemble Arcimboldo / Thilo Hirsch
Anon.:
Erchinger Jagd-Marsch
König-Ludwig-Lied
Rheinländer
Marsch
Quand mon mari alloit a la guerre
Tyrolienne

Ludwig Skell:
Ein Abend auf dem Priesberg

Georg Ernest G. Kallenbach:
Spinnlied (aus:
‘Der Schlaftrunk’)

Heinrich Albert:
Waltzerfantasie
Vorspiel Nr. 1

Jakob Arcadelt:
Ave Maria

Herzog Max in Bayern:
Der Tanz – Schnadahüfpln – Spielhofalz
Amalien-Polka

Ignaz Josef Pleyel:
Polonaise

Heinrich Scherrer:
Scherrer-Ländler
Andantino
Der Ritter

Frederic Chopin:
Marche funebre:
Lento (Klaviersonate Nr. 2)

Auguste Durand:
Chacone op. 62

Frank Wedekind:
Der Tantenmörder

Georges Bizet:
Minuetto (aus:
L’Arlésienne Suite Nr. 1)

Benedict Stadtfeld:
Petersburger Marsch

W.A. Mozart:
Menuett

Max Kastl:
Concert-Polk

Arcangelo Corelli:
Corrente d-Moll op. 5 Nr. 7

Jean Ph. Rameau:
Sarabande (aus:
‘Suite en La’)

J. S. Bach:
Sonatina (aus:
Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit, BWV 106 ‘Actus tragicus’)
No less than fifty years before historical performance practice first rose to prominence, the Bogenhauser Künstlerkapelle (1899-1939) was already playing historical instruments – prompted not by academic interest, but by curiosity and the pure joy of music-making. Their unusual repertoire encompassed Bavarian folk music and street ballads together with works from the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods. Along with musicians from the Royal Bavarian Court Orchestra, the ensemble essentially consisted of visual artists and formed an integral part of Munich’s cultural life in the early 20th century. During their concerts and radio appearances, the Bogenhausers regularly caused “a justified sensation in the Munich music world” (Bayerische Staatszeitung). The works presented on this recording represent a cross-section of the varied repertoire contained in the original part books. Completely free of academic criteria, the Bogenhausers transcended stylistic boundaries in devoting themselves to whatever aroused their interest. We thus hear Chopin’s Funeral March and minuets by Mozart and Bizet alongside Bach’s Actus tragicus, compositions by Rameau, Corelli, and Arcadelt, alongside folk dances, and Frank Wedekind’s Tantenmörder (“Aunt Killer”). The result is a unique document of the pioneering role played by the nearly-forgotten Bogenhauser Künstlerkapelle, which with its refreshing surprises that confound our expectations of the way early music is supposed to sound, is still highly compelling today. This rediscovery of the early music avant-garde is brought to life here by the ensemble arcimboldo in the original instrumentation.

Recording: July 8 - 10, 2016 at Landgasthof Riehen

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