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Wydawnictwo: Christophorus
Nr katalogowy: CHR 77470
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2023
EAN: 4010072774705
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki, włoski
Instrumenty: trąbka, organy
Rodzaj: koncert, sonata, kantata

Bach / Telemann / Tartini: Musik ist der beste Trost - Works for Trumpet and Organ

Christophorus - CHR 77470
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Georg Philip Telemann (1681-1767)
Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770)
Tomaso Albinioni, Giuseppe Torelli, Antonio Vivaldi, Jean-Baptiste Lully
Joachim K. Schäfer, trumpet
Matthias Eisenberg, organ
Tomaso Albinioni:
Concerto Es-Dur (orig. für Violine)

Johann Sebastian Bach:
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645
Lobe den Herren, BWV 137
Jesus bleibet meine Freude, BWV 147

Georg Philipp Telemann:
Sonate g-Moll, TWV 41:a3

Giuseppe Tartini:
Concerto D-Dur (orig. für Violine)

Giuseppe Torelli:
Concerto D-Dur »Etienne Roger«

Antonio Vivaldi:
Concerto F-Dur, RV 20 (orig. für Violine)

Jean-Baptiste Lully:
Suite du 5eme ton - Marche de Thésée
For his new CD "Music is the best consolation", trumpeter Joachim K. Schäfer uses a quote by Martin Luther as the title. And the choice of music is also comforting: baroque concertos - mostly in major key - by Telemann, Albinoni, Vivaldi and others, interspersed with Bach chorale arrangements. He has chosen the organist Matthias Eisenberg as his virtuoso accompanist, and the two of them have chosen the Grünlichtenberg church for their recording, where there is a romantic organ by Christian Friedrich Göthel from 1867. This is not only a beautiful historical instrument, it is also in the Romantic tuning on concert pitch a = 432 Hertz.

Joachim K. Schäfer is a great advocate of this lower tuning, as it was common in the 19th century (today's tuning to 440 hertz and even higher was only developed in the 20th century to bring more brilliance and tonal sharpness to the orchestra). In Schäfer's opinion, the lower tuning corresponds much more to the natural vibration conditions found in nature - the instruments sound better and the listeners also react with a much greater sense of well-being.

Recording: 10–12 October 2022 at St.-Nikolai-Kirche Grünlichtenberg (Germany). Instrument: Orgel von Christian Friedrich Göthel (1867) in Grünlichtenberg.

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