Recorded in 1962 when the Cell Block Theatre was part of the East Sydney Technical College. Matrix, Runout (both sides): 2XS 2352-2.
Genre: Classical Album: Galante Music Of . A1. Sonata In B Flat For Two Violins And Composed By – Carl Philipp Emanuel. A2. Trio In E Minor, From Composed By – Georg. Musique De Table Philipp Telemann. Recorded in 1962 when the Cell Block Theatre was part of the East Sydney Technical College.
Bach And Telemann (LP, Mono).
CPE Bach and Stamitz are also very good, but neoshredder has already covered those. Haydn Symphonies threads. One truly outstanding composer of music in the galante style was Giovanni Battista Sammartini (not to be confused with his brother, Giuseppe Baldassare Sammartini whose music was much more old fashioned). The best recording of Giovanni's music I've encountered is this disc (on the Stradivarius label) which I'm sure is long out of print but absolutely worth tracking down: 61h9ddkzFGL.
The incredibly abundant music of Georg Philipp Telemann largely came to the attention of performers after that of Bach and Vivaldi. Thus it was his concertos in the Italian style that were taken up first. But the really distinctive Telemann works are those in which he has room to stretch his somewhat comic musical imagination, and the two programmatic French suites that give this album its title offer ideal examples. They are wonderfully suited to the style of Italian violinist and conductor Fabio Biondi, an exponent of the Sturm und more Sturm school of Italian Baroque string playing.
E has been added to your Cart. There's a second composer on the disc: . Bach, whose own Tricentennial was back in 2014. His cantata included here shows that he was intimately familiar with the music of Telemann, as well as his father's, at the same time that he integrated new trends in orchestral music during the last third of the 18th century. replaced Telemann in Hamburg when the older composer died in 1767. Which brings us back to the anniversary.
Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF). Formats & Prices. Total Runtime01:03:53. Info for Schieferlein, Telemann & . Bach: Sonates en trio. Baroque ensemble Pallade Musica offers a glimpse into the world of Otto Ernst Gregorius Schieferlein, a German Baroque composer. Precious little is known of Schieferlein. He was born in 1704, in Buxtehude, a city near Hamburg, where he died on in 1787. Among the few works that have been attributed to Schieferlein are a wedding cantata, and the three trio sonatas that are recorded here for the first time. Studio Master: DSD (Direct-Stream Digital). High-End Network-Streaming players and few D/A Converter's (DAC). Supported by Windows with software player from JRiver, KORG MediaGate. Supported by Apple OS with software player from Audirvana, PureMusic, JRiver.
The concert features music by Quantz, . E Bach, Zelenka, and Telemann. The performers include YSM faculty member Robert Mealy, violin, alongside Gonzalo Ruiz, oboe; Dominic Teresi, bassoon; and Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord. The Yale School of Music presents the pianist Jian Liu in a Doctor of Musical Arts recital on Thursday, November 8, 2012, at 8 pm. The program is an exploration of musical fantasies, including examples by . Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and Liszt. Liu will open his performance with . Bach’s Fantasy in C major, Wq 59/6 – H 284. Next he will play Beethoven’s Fantasy, Op. 77, one of the composer’s rare ventures into the loose, almost improvisational form.
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|A1||Sonata In B Flat For Two Violins And Continuo
Composed By – Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
|A2||Trio In E Minor, From Musique De Table II
Composed By – Georg Philipp Telemann
|B1||Pavan From Taffel Consort
Composed By – John Dowland
|B2||Suite In D From Pièces En Trio
Composed By – Marin Marais
|B3||Ricercar On Bonney Sweet Robin, From Taffel Consort
Composed By – Thomas Simpson
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Recording Society of Australia Ltd.
- Manufactured By – EMI (Australia) Limited
- Recorded At – Cell Block Theatre
- Cello – Barbara Woolley (tracks: B1 and B3), Gregory Elmaloglou (tracks: A, B2)
- Cover – John Bucklow
- Engineer – John Goldberg
- Flute – Neville Amadio
- Liner Notes, Directed By, Harpsichord, Organ – Dene Barnett
- Oboe – David Woolley
- Viola – Doreen Price
- Violin – Eva Kelly , Gordon Bennett
NotesRecorded in 1962 when the Cell Block Theatre was part of the East Sydney Technical College.
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- Matrix / Runout (both sides): 2XS 2352-2