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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Seria: The Trio Sonatas
Nr katalogowy: BIS 9050
Nośnik: 8 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2018
EAN: 7318590090503
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): angielski, niemiecki
Rodzaj: sonata, trio

The Trio Sonata through Two Centuries

Bis - BIS 9050

Orlando Gibbons, John Coprario, William Lawes, John Jenkins, Matthew Locke, Christopher Simpson, John Blow, Henry Purcell, John (Giovanni) Ravenscroft, Georg Friedrich Händel, Charles Avison, William Boyce, Thomas Arne, Karl Friedrich Abel, Thomas Erskine (Earl of Kelly), Jean-Baptiste Lully, Jean Nicolas Geoffroy, Louis Couperin, François Couperin, Gaspard Le Roux, Louis-Nicolas Clérambault, Marin Marais, Jean-Féry Rebel, Charles Dollé, Jean-Marie Leclair, Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, Jean-Pierre Guignon, Johann Vierdanck, Nicolaus a Kempis, Johann Schmelzer, Dietrich Becker, Johann Rosenmüller, Matthias Weckmann, Carolus Hacquart, Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Kaspar Kerll, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, Johann Gottlieb Goldberg, Johann Friedrich Fasch, Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, Johann Gottlieb Graun, Georg Philipp Telemann, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Giovanni Paolo Cima, Francesco Turini, Giovanni Battista Buonamente, Dario Castello, Tarquinio Merula, Marco Uccellini, Andrea Falconiero, Maurizio Cazzati, Biagio Marini, Francesco Cavalli, Giovanni Legrenzi, Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi, Giovanni Maria Bononcini, Giovanni Battista Vitali, Giacinto Pestolozza, Arcangelo Corelli, Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni, Francesco Antonio Bonporti, Antonio Vivaldi, Giovanni Bononcini, Nicola Porpora, Pietro Locatelli, Domenico Gallo, Giuseppe Tartini
London Baroque:
Ingrid Seifert, violin
Richard Gwilt, violin
Charles Medlam, bass viol/cello
Terence Charlston
Steven Devine, harpsichord/chamber organ
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London Baroque:
maps the course of the genre in England, France, German and Italy

Disc 1:
The Trio Sonata in 17th-Century England

Disc 2:
The Trio Sonata in 18th-Century England

Disc 3:
The Trio Sonata in 17th-Century France

Disc 4:
The Trio Sonata in 18th-Century France

Disc 5:
The Trio Sonata in 17th-Century Germany

Disc 6:
The Trio Sonata in 18th-Century Germany

Disc 7:
The Trio Sonata in 17th-Century Italy

Disc 8:
The Trio Sonata in 18th-Century Italy

Full contents:
CD 1:

Orlando Gibbons:
Three fantasias a 3

John Coprario:
Fantasia Suite

William Lawes:
Sett No. 1

John Jenkins:
Fancy & Ayre for 2 trebles, bass & organ
[Fantasia] a 3

Matthew Locke:
Suite in D minor

Christopher Simpson:
[Suite] in D major

John Blow:
Sonata in A major
Ground in G minor

Henry Purcell:
Sonata XX in D major, from Sonatas in Four Parts

CD 2:

John (Giovanni) Ravenscroft:
Sonata in G major, Op. 1 No. 8

Georg Friedrich Händel:
Sonata in G minor, Op. 2 No. 5/HWV 390
Sonata in D major, Op. 5 No. 2/HWV 397

Charles Avison:
Sonata in D minor, Op. 1 No. 1

William Boyce:
Sonata in D major, [Op. 1] No. 5

Thomas Arne:
Sonata in G major, Op. 3 No. 2

Karl Friedrich Abel:
Sonata in G major, Op. 3 No. 1

Thomas Erskine (Earl of Kelly):
Sonata VI in G major from Six Sonatas for Two Violins and a Bass

CD 3:

Lully, Jean-Baptiste Lully:
Trios pour le Coucher du Roi

Jean Nicolas Geoffroy:
Dialogue pour le clavessin et les violes

Louis Couperin:

François Couperin:
La Superbe

Gaspard Le Roux:
Suite No. 2 in D major

Louis-Nicolas Clérambault:
Sonata in G major ‘La Félicité’

Marin Marais:
Suite in G minor from Pieces en Trio

Jean-Féry Rebel:
Tombeau de Monsieur Lully

CD 4:

François Couperin:
L’Impériale (from Les Nations)

Charles Dollé:
Sonata in G minor, Op. 1 No. 6

Jean-Marie Leclair:
Sonata No. 3 in G minor, Op. 13 No. 6

Joseph Bodin de Boismortier:
Trio in E minor, Op. 37 No. 2

Jean-Pierre Guignon:
Sonata in D major, Op. 4 No. 2

CD 5:

Johann Vierdanck:
Suite in A major

Nicolaus a Kempis:
Symphonia No. 2 ‘Dolorosa’

Johann Schmelzer:
Lanterly (Sonate a 3)

Dietrich Becker:
Sonata No. 26 in A major from Sonaten und Suiten

Johann Rosenmüller:
Sonata in E minor

Matthias Weckmann:
Sonata in G major

Carolus Hacquart:
Sonata No. 6 in D minor from Harmonia Parnassia

Dietrich Buxtehude:
Trio Sonata in G major

Johann Kaspar Kerll:
Trio Sonata in F major

Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber:
Partita No. 6 in D major from Harmonia artificiosa-ariosa

CD 6:

Johann Gottlieb Goldberg:
Trio sonata in C major

Johann Friedrich Fasch:
Trio sonata in C minor, FWV N:c2

Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach:
Trio sonata in F major, W. VII/3

Johann Gottlieb Graun:
Trio in B flat major from Musikalisches Vielerley

Georg Philipp Telemann:
Trio in G major, TWV 42:G10

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach:
Trio sonata in B flat major, Wq 158 (H 584), from Musikalisches Mancherley

CD 7:

Giovanni Paolo Cima:
Sonata a Tre

Francesco Turini:
Sonata a Tre Secondo Tuono

Giovanni Battista Buonamente:
Sonata 8 sopra La Romanesca

Dario Castello:
Sonata Decima a 3

Tarquinio Merula:

Marco Uccellini:
Sonata 26 sopra La Prosperina

Andrea Falconiero:
Folias echa para mi Senora Dona Tarolilla de Carallenos

Maurizio Cazzati:

Biagio Marini:
Sonata sopra fuggi dolente core

Francesco Cavalli:
Canzon a 3

Giovanni Legrenzi:
Sonata a 3

Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi:
Il Marcquetta

Giovanni Maria Bononcini:
Sonata Quinta dell’ Ottavo Tuono un tuono piu alto

Giovanni Battista Vitali:

Giacinto Pestolozza:
Sonata 12

Arcangelo Corelli:
Sonata, Op. 1 No. 12

CD 8:

Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni:
Balletto in G major, Op. 3 No. 3

Francesco Antonio Bonporti:
Sonata in G minor, Op. 6 No. 7

Antonio Vivaldi:
Folia, Op. 1 No. 12

Giovanni Bononcini:
Sonata II from XII Sonatas for the Chamber (1732)

Nicola Porpora:
Sonata, Op. 2 No. III

Giuseppe Sammartini

Pietro Locatelli:
Sonata in D major, Op. 8 No. 8

Domenico Gallo:
Sonata No. 1 in G major

Giuseppe Tartini:
Suonata a tre in D minor
Formed in 1978, London Baroque enjoys the position of being one of the most experienced and long-lived baroque chamber groups. Combining 8 CDs originally released between 2003 and 2013, the present boxed set of trio sonatas can be seen as the fruit of all those years of research, experiment and discovery. The trio sonata was the primary vehicle for chamber music in the seventeenth and at least half of the eighteenth centuries. Its history mirrors other developments throughout the whole of the baroque era.

This set is chiefly concerned with those for two violins and continuo, with occasional digressions into those for violin, bass viol and continuo, and one with viola replacing the second violin. Like the string quartet in later ages, most composers (with some notable and regrettable exceptions) tried their hand in the form. The customary addition of a figured bass part played on a harpsichord or organ around 1600 meant that middle parts of the old contrapuntal style could be excluded and chamber music soon began to favour the trio sonata texture. 150 years later, with the string quartet, the process was reversed as the viola took over the middle ground previously occupied by the keyboard.


Ingrid Seifert - Violin: Jacobus Stainer, Absam 1661 (all discs)

Richard Gwilt - Violin: Gioffredo Cappa, Turin c. 1685 (all discs), Viola: William Forster, London c. 1770 (disc 5)

Charles Medlam - Bass viol: Jane Julier, Devon 2000, after Bertrand 1704 (discs 1, 3), Violoncello: Finnocchi, Perugia 1720 (disc 2), Bass viol: Barak Norman, London 1689 (discs 4, 6), Bass viol: Jane Julier, Devon 1999, after Bertrand 1705 (disc 5), 5-string cello: David Rubio, Cambridge 1986, after Stradivarius (discs 6, 7, 8)

Terence Charlston - Italian harpsichord: David Evans 1999, after Giusti (?) (discs 1, 5), Chamber organ: William Drake, Buckfastleigh 1982 (discs 1, 5), Flemish harpsichord: Andrew Garlick, after Ruckers 1624 (disc 3)

Steven Devine - 2-manual harpsichord: Kroesbergen after Flemish originals (disc 2), 2-manual harpsichord: Alan Gotto, Norwich 2010 after an anonymous Parisian instrument of 1667. Kindly loaned by Robin Bigwood (disc 4), 2-manual harpsichord: Colin Booth 2000 after a single-manual instrument by Johann Christoph Fleischer, Hamburg 1710, 2-manual harpsichord: Colin Booth after an original by Migliai, c. 1680. Kindly loaned by the maker (discs 7, 8), Chamber organ: William Drake, Buckfastleigh 1982 (disc 7)

reedycja - special price. Recording venues: St Martin’s, East Woodhay, Hampshire, England (discs 1, 3–8) and Länna Church, Sweden (disc 2). Dates: 1 - October 2002; 2 - March 2009; 3 - February 2004; 4 - October 2010; 5 - January 2005; 6 - September 2011

Zobacz także:

  • COV 92309
  • DCD 34311
  • COR 16205
  • CHR 77474
  • FHR 156
  • AUDITE 97818
  • GLO 5285