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Wydawnictwo: Chandos
Nr katalogowy: CHAN 0828
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2023
EAN: 95115082829
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: trąbka
Rodzaj: koncert, sonata

Graupner / Weichlein / Telemann: Altissima - Works for High Baroque Trumpet

Chandos - CHAN 0828
Christoph Graupner (1683-1760)
Romanus Weichlein (1652-1706)
Georg Philip Telemann (1681-1767)
Gottfried Reiche, Gottfried Finger, Johann Samuel Endler, Philipp Jakob Rittler, Capel Bond
Josh Cohen, baroque trumpet
Ensemble Sprezzatura / Daniel Abraham
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Gottfried Reiche (attrib.):

Christoph Graupner:
Concerto in D major, GWV 308

Romanus Weichlein:
Sonata a 8 in C major, Op. 1/1

Gottfried Finger:
Sonata in C major

Johann Samuel Endler:
Sinfonia a 7 in F major, CobE 13

Georg Philipp Telemann:
Concerto in D major, TWV 43 D7

Philipp Jakob Rittler:
Ciaccona a 7

Capel Bond:
Concerto No. 1 in D major
The baroque trumpeter Josh Cohen is among the most sought-after clarino specialists in North America. A native of the Washington, DC area, he performs regularly with most of the leading early music ensembles in North America and has appeared as principal or solo baroque trumpet with ensembles such as Tafelmusik (Toronto), Washington Bach Consort, Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, Arion Orchestre Baroque (Montreal), The Bach Sinfonia (Washington, DC), Seraphic Fire (Miami), Apollo’s Fire (Cleveland), and the Sebastians (New York) to name but a few.

The development of historically informed trumpet playing has come a long way since the very early days of the movement, from coiled trumpets – first produced by Steinkopf-Finke, and played by Walter Holy in a 1962 recording of the Second Brandenburg Concerto under Harnoncourt – to the first modern baroque trumpets of Meinl & Lauber. Devoted to a broad cross-section of trumpet repertoire from the late seventeenth century through the mid-eighteenth, this recording shows how far the art of playing the baroque trumpet has advanced.

Recording: Spencerville Adventist Church, Spencerville, Maryland, U.S.A.; 6 – 10 January 2020. Baroque trumpets in D, C, and F by Matt Martin (Norwich Natural Trumpets), 2017, after Kodisch, c. 1700.

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