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Wydawnictwo: Perfect Noise
Nr katalogowy: PN 2206
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2023
EAN: 719279933994
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, flet
Rodzaj: kwartet, kwintet

George: A Lifelong Journey

Perfect Noise - PN 2206
Wykonawcy
Ensemble ALTERA PARS:
Adam Pastuszka, violin
Svetlana Ramazanova, violin, viola
Evgeny Sviridov, violin
Alexander Puliaev, pianoforte
Polina Gorshkova, flute
Pavel Serbin, cello
Dorothee Kunst, flute
Dmitri Dichtiar, cello
Sonata (Quartet) B major for fortepiano, 2 violins and violoncello, SG V:13
Quartet F major for two flutes, viola and cello, SG VII:1
Quartet D minor for two violins, viola and cello, SG VI:9
Sonata D major for fortepiano and flute, SG V:4
Quartet B major for cello obligato, flute, violin and bass, SG VII:2
Quintet B major two flutes, two violins and cello, SG VIII:4
A musical journey to foreign worlds: rediscovered music by Sebastian George, a German composer who rose to become a style-defining figure in Moscow and St. Petersburg at the end of the 18th century. Sebastian George – A lifelong journey In the second half of the 18th century musical life in Moscow was flourishing. Attracted by high wages foreign musicians undertook long and complex journeys to Russia aiming to assimilate, perhaps even to settle there permanently.

These musical travellers found that working in a foreign country presented copious new perspectives giving them inspiring outlets for composition. Originally from Mainz, Sebastian George was one such kapellmeister / composer who first travelled to Moscow in about 1766. In the early 1770s, as kapellmeister he started to form connections with Moscow University and the courts of the Sheremetevs and Razumovskys and, on settling in Russia, soon established himself as an entrepreneur, running a music shop in St. Petersburg from 1776–79 that sold scores, various musical instruments and, perhaps less predictably... wine!

Recording: 24-26.01.2022, Ev.Kirche Honrath. Instruments: Roger Hargrave, 2016, after Guarneri del Gesu (violin - Pastuszka); Martin Wenner, Singen 2018, after August Grenser, Dresden ca. 18th c. (flute traverso - Kunst);.

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