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Wydawnictwo: Challenge Classics
Nr katalogowy: CC 72890
Nośnik: 3 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2021
EAN: 608917289022
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, klawesyn
Rodzaj: sonata

Buxtehude: Complete Chamber Music

Challenge Classics - CC 72890
Catherine Manson, violin
David Rabinovich, violin
Jonathan Manson, viola da gamba
Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba
Ton Koopman, harpsichord and organ
Mike Fentross, lute
Christine Sticher, violone
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CD 1 - Sonatas from manuscript sources:
Sonata in C for two violins, viola da gamba and basso continuo, BuxWV 266
Sonata in a for violin, viola da gamba and basso continuo, BuxWV 272
Sonata in D for viola da gamba, violone and basso continuo, BuxWV 267
Sonata (with Suite) in B flat for violin, viola da gamba and basso continuo, BuxWV 273
Sonata in d for violin, viola da gamba and basso continuo, BuxWV Anh. 5
Sonata in G for two violins, viola da gamba and basso continuo, BuxWV 271
Sonata in D for viola da gamba and basso continuo, BuxWV 268
Sonata in F for two violins, viola da gamba and basso continuo, BuxWV 269

CD 2 - Trio sonatas Opus 1:
Sonata in F Op. 1 nr. 1, BuxWV 252
Sonata in G Op. 1 nr. 2, BuxWV 253
Sonata in a Op. 1 nr. 3, BuxWV 254
Sonata in B flat Op. 1 nr. 4, BuxWV 255
Sonata in C Op. 1 nr. 5, BuxWV 256
Sonata in d Op. 1 nr. 6, BuxWV 257
Sonata in e Op. 1 nr. 7, BuxWV 258

CD 3 - Trio sonatas Opus 2:
Sonata in B flat op.2 nr.1, BuxWV 259
Sonata in D op.2 nr.2, BuxWV 260
Sonata in g op.2 nr. 3, BuxWV 261
Sonata in c op.2 nr. 4, BuxWV 262
Sonata in A op.2 nr. 5, BuxWV 263
Sonata in E op.2 nr. 6, BuxWV 264
Sonata in F op.2 nr. 7, BuxWV 265
Dieterich Buxtehude’s chamber works today counts among the least known of his compositions. They were already forgotten soon after 1700, and this despite the fact that two third of Buxtehude’s chamber sonatas, unlike any other category in the composers creative output, were published during his lifetime. The publication of sonatas indicates that there was a market for this repertoire in the later 17th century. Moreover, the publication of two sets of such works suggests that the fame of the Lübeck master and the success of the first set must have created the demand for a second. However, the primary reason for these works getting out of fashion by the time of Buxtehude’s death was their unconventional instrumental scoring and, more importantly, the triumphant rise of the modern Italian trio sonata by Corelli, Albinoni, and others in the early 18th century.

Buxtehude’s chamber music repertoire consists of altogether twenty-two works. All of Buxtehude’s chamber works present highly sophisticated compositions that belong among the most attractive and technically most demanding examples of the genre of ensemble sonata, then still in its infancy. They resemble in many ways the six sonatas of the Hortus musicus (Hamburg, 1688) by Buxtehude’s colleague and friend, Johann Adam Reinken, organist at St. Catherine’s Church in Hamburg. But like Reinken’s pieces, they were influenced by Italian models, especially the instrumental sonatas by the Venetian composer Giovanni Legrenzi (1626-1690), which were circulating widely also in Northern Europe. At the same time, they deeply reflect the improvisational, fanciful, expressive and colorful mannerisms of Buxtehude and his school, which the writer Johann Mattheson in 1739 referred to as “stylus fantasticus”.

Recordings: February 2010, Waalse Kerk Amsterdam (NL) (CD 1); May 2010, Geertekerk Utrecht (NL) (CD 2); December 2010 and October 2011, Waalse Kerk Amsterdam (CD 3). David Rabinovich plays a violin built by Georg Klotz, ca 1754.

Zobacz także:

  • CDA 67666
  • CC 72257
  • CDA 67855
  • FHR 130
  • LWC 1247
  • SIGCD 747
  • GEN 23832
  • CDA 68384
  • FHR 140
  • NIFCCD 144-145