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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BIS 1488/90
Nośnik: 6 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2011
EAN: 7318591488903
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: flet

Telemann: The Recorder Collection

Bis - BIS 1488/90
Clas Pehrsson, recorder
Dan Laurin, recorder
Michael McCraw, baroque bassoon
Penelope Evison, transverse flute
Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble:
Olof Larsson, cello & gamba
Mime Yamahiro Brinkmann, cello
Mayumi Kamata, harpsichord
Twelve Fantasias for Recorder Solo TWV 40:2-13

Recorder Duets:
6 Sonates sans Basse TWV 40:101-106
Duetto (Sonata), TWV 40:107;6
Sonates en duo, TWV 40:118-123
Second Livre de Duo, TWV 40:124-129

8 Sonatas, 2 Sonatinas and Other Pieces for Recorder and Basso Continuo

5 Double Concertos:
for recorder, bassoon and strings, TWV 52:F1
for two recorders and strings, TWV 52:B1
for recorder, viola da gamba and strings, TWV 52:a1
for two recorders and strings, TWV 52:a2
for recorder, flute and strings, TWV 52:e1

Ouverture (Suite) in A minor for recorder and strings, TWV 55:a2
Concerto in C major for recorder and strings, TWV 51:C1
Concerto in F major for recorder and strings, TWV 51:F1
During his lifetime, Georg Philipp Telemann was widely regarded as one of the greatest composers of the period – perhaps the greatest of them all, not forgetting J.S. Bach or Handel. But the very aspects that his contemporaries admired were the same that later critics would find questionable: his extensive and varied ouvre, the fluency with which he wrote in all genres and styles, and his manifestly modern, cosmopolitan outlook. Compared with Bach’s more compact, serious music, Telemann’s elegant, sophisticated style was judged to be lacking, and this unfavourable comparison has followed Telemann ever since. The truth is that, despite the size of his ouvre, Telemann rarely repeats himself; in spite of the ease with which he adopted new styles and idioms, he is far from superficial. On the contrary, his music is varied, innovative and diverse, while at the same time possessing an immediacy and intimacy that are second to none. All of this great range and variety is represented in his works for the flute. Telemann wrote for the recorder as well as for the transverse flute that was more in favour in France, but the music was intended for either instrument. The greater part of that music – from solo fantasias and duets to concertos and double concertos – has been gathered in this boxed set, in highly praised recordings by two acclaimed Swedish recorder players: Clas Pehrsson and Dan Laurin. They are supported by continuo players in the chamber music, and by the eminent Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble in the concertos, and matched by soloists such as the acclaimed baroque bassoonist Michael McCraw, but there is never any doubt that the star of this collection is the recorder itself – and, of course, Telemann!

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