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Wydawnictwo: Talanton
Nr katalogowy: TAL 90012
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2019
EAN: 4018767900125
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: obój, róg
Rodzaj: uwertura, koncert

Telemann: Wind Band Music for Hautboisten

Talanton - TAL 90012
Georg Corall, oboe
Eva Griesshaber, oboe
Britta Hinrichs, taille de hautbois
Nikolaus M. Broda, fagott
Stephan Katte, horn
Fabio Forgiarini, horn
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Utwory na płycie:
Overture F-Dur, TWV 55:F3
Overture c-Moll - Bearbeitung Auswahl aus TWV 55:c1 & 55:c2
Concerto a 5 in D-Dur, TWV 44:D2
Overture "La chasse" F-Dur, TWV 44:F10
The term “hautboistes” can by no means be translated as “oboists” or “oboe players,” since besides the mastery of various oboes and bassoons, skills on many other instruments were expected of them. The repertoire of the hautboistes ensembles included a wealth of diverse kinds of Gebrauchsmusik. They played dance music, marched in funeral processions, joined with the town musicians in cantata church services, and played whenever music was required at ofKicial events. A representative selection of such music, featuring compositions by Georg Philipp Telemann, is offered on this CD.

The members of the ensemble “les hautboistes de prusse,” founded in 1996 by Georg Corall, endeavor to bring out the tonal and technical characteristics of historical oboe instruments. Double reeds scraped in the historical manner are in many ways more Klexible and versatile in terms of timbre and dynamics than their modern versions. The ensemble has performed at the Göttingen Handel Festival, the Music Festival Potsdam Sanssouci, the Hohenloher Kultursommer, as well as at festivals in the USA and Australia, and has collaborated with other ensembles on a number of CD and radio recordings.

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