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Concerti Grossi (after Corelli, Op. 5)
Verfasserangabe: Geminiani ; The Academy of Ancient Music, Andrew Manze, director
Jahr: 2000 (1998, 1999)
Verlag: Los Angeles, Harmonia mundi usa
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc
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 Vorbestellen Zweigstelle: 07., Urban-Loritz-Pl. 2a Standorte: CD.01C Gemini (Violine) / College 5a - Szene / Sammlung Duffek Status: Verfügbar Frist: Vorbestellungen: 0
Inhalt
Enth.:CD 1:1. Concerto I in D major;2. Concerto II in B-flat major;3. Concerto III in C major;4. Concerto IV in F major;5. Concerto V in G minor;6. Concerto VI in A major7. Corelli: Sonata in A major for violin & cello op. 5 no. 9 in an ornamented version by Geminiani;CD 2:1. Concerto VII in D minor;2. Concerto VIII in E minor;3. Concerto IX in A major;4. Concerto X in F major;5. Concerto XI in E major;6. Concerto XII in D minor "Follia";7. Cello Sonata in D minor, op. 5 no. 2.
Details
VerfasserInnenangabe: Geminiani ; The Academy of Ancient Music, Andrew Manze, director
Jahr: 2000 (1998, 1999)
Verlag: Los Angeles, Harmonia mundi usa
Systematik: CD.01C, CD.01B
Interessenkreis: Sammlung Duffek
Beschreibung: 2 CDs (73:09, 71:10 Min.) + Beiheft in Schuber
Originaltitel: Konzerte ; Sonaten
Fußnote: Interpreten: The Academy of Ancient Music, Andrew Manze [Leitung, Violine], David Watkin [Violoncello]. Richard Egarr [Cembalo], Alison McGillivray [Violoncello]. - Bestellnummer: HMU 907261.62. Anmerkungen: In his writing and talking about baroque music, Andrew Manze has always shown a knack for evoking the musical goings - on of the distant past with an immediacy that makes them seem refreshingly familiar today. With this recording, perhaps more than any other he has made so far, he achieves the same thing in performance. Eighteenth-century English music lovers, it seems, were obsessed with the music of Corelli, in particular his concerti grossi; Manze¿s notes quote a lovely account of how, when the Op 6 concertos were first published in 1714, one London orchestra of gentlemen amateurs, led by a Mr Needler, could not stop themselves from playing through all 12 at one sitting. They remained Corelli¿s only published concertos, however, so it is not hard to see what a welcome sight the works presented on this disc must have been when they first appeared in the mid-1720s; immensely skilful arrangements by Corelli's London-based pupil Francesco Geminiani of the master's 12 violin sonatas, Op 5, they were to all intents a new set of Corelli concertos. Well, what held for Londoners back then should hold equally well for baroque enthusiasts today; these ingeniously crafted concerti grossi are a true delight, their musical effectiveness in no way compromised by their origins. Listeners familiar with Corelli's Op 5 will doubtless have fun spotting what Geminiani has done with them (which goes well beyond straightforward orchestration, while keeping the results utterly true to Corelli's spirit); those who do not know the originals can just sit back and enjoy the music for what it is, which is to say bright, tuneful and invigorating. [...] (Quelle: Lindsay Kemp, www.gramophone.co.uk)
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc