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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2265
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2017
EAN: 7318599922652
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki, francuski
Instrumenty: lutnia


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Dufault / Kellner / Weiss: A Rauwolf Lute - French & German Baroque Music

Bis - BISSACD 2265
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Jakob Lindberg, lute
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Esaias Reusner:
Padoana

François Dufault:
Prelude
Allemande
Courante ‘La Superbe’
Courante
Sarabande
Gigue

Charles Mouton:
Prelude ‘La promenade’
Allemande ‘Le dialogue des graces?…’
Canaries ‘Le Mouton’
Courante ‘La Changeante’
Gaillarde ‘La Bizarre’
Sarabande ‘La Malassis’
Menuet ‘La Ganbade’

David Kellner:
Campanella (presto assai)
Courante
Sarabanda
Aria (largo)
Giga
Gavotte ‘Mr Pachelbel’ (poss. Johann Pachelbel]:
Allemande ‘L’Amant mal content’
Courante ‘L’Amant soulage’
Sarabande ‘L’Amant soupirant’
Gigue ‘Raillerie des amans’

Silvius Leopold Weiss:
Prelude
Allemande
Courante
Bourrée
Sarabande
Menuet
Gigue
Ciacona
The lute by Sixtus Rauwolf heard on this recording was probably built in the last decade of the sixteenth century. Some hundred years later, in 1715, it was converted to suit the musical tastes and demands of the baroque period. For this disc, JakobLindberghas chosen works that could have formed part of the repertory of the presumably German owner of the instrument at around the time of its final conversion.

For German lutenists from about the middle of the seventeenth century, it was France that provided the aesthetic and musical model, and towards the end of the century, when the lute rather suddenly and inexplicably dropped out of fashion in Paris certain French luthistestravelled abroad and met with great success in German-speaking lands. With them, they took their music and special traditions of lute-playing, evidence of which can be seen in the music of several of the German composers included here.

The disc closes with a suite of pieces by Silvius Leopold Weiss, the most famous lutenist of the baroque era. Weiss, Lindberg and the Rauwolflute first crossed paths in 2006 on a highly acclaimed all-Weiss disc (BIS 1524): ‘Too good to be true’ was the verdict in International Record Reviewwhile the reviewer in Goldberg Magazinewrote ‘As an evocation of the lute's magical qualities, this deserves to achieve cult status.’

Jakob Lindberg playinga lute by Sixtus Rauwolf, c. 1590.

Zobacz także:

  • PTC 5186668
  • AE 10276