Telemann, Florilegium - Essercizii Musici album FLAC
Regular performances in some of the world’s most prestigious venues have confirmed Florilegium’s status as one of Britain’s most outstanding period instrument ensembles. Since their formation in 1991 they have established a reputation for stylish and exciting interpretations, from intimate chamber works to large-scale orchestral and choral repertoire. This double CD release of Telemann’s Essercizii Musici is Florilegium’s 27th collaboration with Channel Classics.
This is album number 27, no less, from the UK ensemble Florilegium for the Channel Classics label. The figure points to their enormous success, and this recording of the Essercizii Musici only confirms their status. The full title of this collection by Telemann is Musical diversions consisting of 12 solos and 12 sonatas in trio for various instruments. Although in reality the twelve solos (which are played by two instruments, flute or oboe and basso continuo) there are two pieces for truly-solo harpsichord, making for a total of 22 pieces of chamber music
Essercizii Musici overo Dodesci Soli e Dodeci Trii à diversi stromenti. Telemann, Georg Philipp. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Date estimate from Frederick Wallace Volcansek's thesis on the Essercizii (U. North Texas, 2001). More exact date apparently not known. Collection of duo (with continuo) and trio sonatas of various kinds mostly.
Telemann 03:28 4. Vivace G. Ph. Telemann 01:55 Solo sonata in D majore TWV 42:D9 5. Largo G. Telemann 02:58 6. Telemann 04:04 7. Dolce G. P. Скачать с помощью Mediaget. com/Florilegium - Telemann : Essercizii Musici (2018) FLAC/Mp3.
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Telemann: Essercizii Musici (Florilegium). A welcome exercise regime. by Will Yeoman on March 26, 2019. How good to see Florilegium, the London-based early music ensemble founded by flautist Ashley Solomon and Australian harpsichordist Neal Peres Da Costa (he’s no longer with the group), continuing to flourish. And to return to one of their favourite composers, Georg Philipp Telemann. For his first album devoted entirely to works sung in German, French star countertenor Philippe Jaroussky has chosen four religious cantatas by two old friends in JS Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann. For many listeners, the revelation of this disc will be the two Telemann works, but in fact he wrote more than 30 sacred cantatas, as well as a St John Passion, oratorios, psalms and motets.
Regular performances in some of the world’s most prestigious venues have confirmed Florilegium’s status as one of Britain’s most outstanding period instrument ensembles. Tracklist: Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). 1. Trio Sonata in G minor : Mesto (oboe, violin, continuo) 02:45 2. Trio Sonata in G minor : Allegro (oboe, violin, continuo) 03:23 3. Trio Sonata in G minor : Andante (oboe, violin, continuo) 03:28.
|Trio Sonata in G Minor, TWV 42:g5|
|Solo Sonata in D Major, TWV 41:D9|
|Solo Sonata in A Major, TWV 41:A6|
|Trio Sonata in B Minor, TWV 42:h4|
|Solo Sonata in B Flat Major, TWV 41:B6|
|Trio Sonata in D Major. TWV 42:D9|
|Trio Sonata in C Minor, TWV 42:C2|
|Trio Sonata in G Major, TWV 42:G6|
|Solo Sonata in E Minor, TWV 41:e5|
|Trio Sonata in A Major, TWV 42:A6|
|Trio Sonata in A Minor, TWV 42:a4|
- Cello [Baroque Cello] – Jennifer Morsches
- Composed By – Georg Philipp Telemann
- Cover [Design] – Ad Van der Kouwe
- Ensemble – Ensemble Florilegium
- Flute [Baroque Flute], Recorder, Producer, Liner Notes – Ashley Solomon
- Harpsichord – Pawel Siwczak
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Anne Habermann, Clémence Comte
- Lute [Archlute], Baroque Guitar – David Miller
- Oboe [Baroque Oboe] – Alexandra Bellamy
- Producer, Engineer, Edited By, Mastered By – Jared Sacks
- Viola da Gamba – Reiko Ichise
- Violin [Baroque Violin] – Bojan Cicic
NotesInstruments: Violin by Francesco Ruggieri, ca. 1680; Baroque Flute by Martin Wenner, 2005 (after Carlo Palanca, ca. 1750); Recorder by Michael Grinter, 1997 (after Bressan, ca. 1720); Baroque Oboe by Toshi Hasegawa (after Jacob Denner, ca. 1720); Baroque Cello, Anonymous, Italian Tyrol, ca. 1720; Archlute by Martin Haycock, 1987 (after Tieffenbrucker); Guitar by Martin Haycock, 1990 (after J. Voboam); Viola da Gamba by David Rubio, 1986 (after 7-string bass viol, Barbey, Paris 1720); Harpsichord by Titus Crijnen, Amsterdam 1992 (after Joh. Rucker, Antwerpen 1638).
Production: Channel Classics Records.
Cover Design: Manifesta, Rotterdam.
Cover Illustration: Julius Quinckhard, 1755, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Recorded at the Waalse Kerk, Amsterdam, March 2017.
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