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Wydawnictwo: Musikmuseum
Nr katalogowy: MMCD 13051
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2021
EAN: 9079700700405
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki, włoski
Rodzaj: sonata

Handel / Weiss / Bononcini: Tiroler Gröstl 1710

Musikmuseum - MMCD 13051
Kompozytor
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)
Silvius Leopold Weiss (1686-1750)
Giovanni Battista Bononcini (1679-1747)
Carlo Agostino Badia, Christoph W. Bauer, Alessandro Scarlatti, Pietro Nicolo Sorosina, Johann Christoph Pepusch
Wykonawcy
Christoph W. Bauer
Ensemble Rosarum Flores / Kristoffer Nowak
Utwory na płycie:
Georg Friedrich Händel:
No se emenderá jamás, HWV 140

Christoph W. Bauer:
Fiktiver Brief von Georg Friedrich Händel an Silvius Leopold Weiss

Silvius Leopold Weiss:
La belle Tiroloise

Carlo Agostino Badia:
Augellin vago e canoro

Alessandro Scarlatti:
Piu non m’alletta e piace

Giovanni Bononcini:
Clori svenar mi sento

Pietro Nicolo Sorosina:
Sonata a due violini e basso

Johann Christoph Pepusch:
When Love’s soft passion
The "Tiroler Gröstl 1710" takes as its theme George Frideric Handel's stay in Innsbruck in the winter of 1709/10 in an enjoyable literary-musical way. In an imaginary letter to the lutenist Silvius Leopold Weiss, recited by the actor Kristoffer Nowak, the Tyrolean writer Christoph W. Bauer lets the aging Handel review these days in Innsbruck. Since there are no concrete testimonies to Handel's stay in Tyrol, space is given to "historically informed" literary fiction, which the performers have exploited.

The music to be heard on this CD gives on the one hand an impression of the flourishing musical culture at the court of Charles Philip of the Palatinate in Innsbruck around 1710, and on the other hand we immerse ourselves in the sound worlds of the young musical cosmopolite Handel - with music by Handel, Finger, Greber, Bononcini, Sorosina and Scarlatti.

Recording: Ranggen/Tirol, Pfarrkirche zum Hl. Magnus, Austria, 2020.

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