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6 - TELEMANN, G.P. / BACH, J.S. / BACH, C.P.E. (The Father, the Son and the Godfather) (Paradiso Musicale)

6 - TELEMANN, G.P. / BACH, J.S. / BACH, C.P.E. (The Father, the Son and the Godfather) (Paradiso Musicale)

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2012

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Paradiso Musicale

Ensemble

Paradiso Musicale



Record Label
BIS

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 67:48
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6 - TELEMANN, G.P. / BACH, J.S. / BACH, C.P.E. (The Father, the Son and the Godfather) (Paradiso Musicale)

     
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GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN

 

Sonata for Recorder and Viola da Gamba in D minor, TWV 42:d7

 
1 I. Andante 2:21
     
2 II. Vivace 1:23
     
3 III. Adagio 1:34
     
4 IV. Allegro 1:36
     
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

 

Flute Sonata in B minor, BWV 1030

 
5 I. Andante 8:11
     
6 II. Largo e dolce 3:55
     
7 III. Presto 4:52
     
 

CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH

 

Trio in F major, Wq. 163/1, H. 588

 
8 I. Un poco andante 3:31
     
9 II. Allegretto 4:15
     
10 III. Allegro 2:41
     
 

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN

 

Der getreue Music-Meister: Cello Sonata in D major, TWV 41:D6

 
11 I. Lento 1:53
     
12 II. Allegro 2:28
     
13 III. Largo 2:14
     
14 IV. Allegro 1:58
     
 

CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH

 

Viola Sonata in G minor, Wq. 88, H. 510

 
15 I. Allegro moderato 7:47
     
16 II. Larghetto 5:12
     
17 III. Allegro assai 4:20
     
 

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN

 

Sonata in G minor, TWV 42:g9

 
18 I. Soave ma non adagio 2:27
     
19 II. Vivace 1:32
     
20 III. Largo 2:01
     
21 IV. Allegro 1:37
     
 Paradiso Musicale Ensemble


The Father, the Son and the Godfather is a snapshot from a time when art music escaped from the courts and churches. Domestic music-making in the company of close friends became a treasured extension of social interaction, and the resulting boom in ‘market opportunities’ offered composers a tremendous freedom in their choices of genres and styles, as demonstrated by this colourful programme. It features three composers whose music could not be more different, taking into account that all works were composed during the span of only two generations by authors who knew each other better than just well: J.S. Bach (the father), C.P.E. Bach (the son) and Georg Philipp Telemann (CPE’s godfather). We thus get Johann Sebastian’s rigorous, intellectually demanding Sonata in B minor, ample examples of the elegant and tender Empfindsamer Stil of his son C.P.E., and in two Trio Sonatas a taste of Telemann’s ‘world music’, in which the composer mixes elements of folk music from Poland with French and Italian styles of art music. This is the first recording of Paradiso Musicale, an ensemble featuring the acclaimed recorder player Dan Laurin and made up of an unusual combination of instruments: recorder, viola, cello and harpsichord. The members all have experiences from a number of musical genres, including avant-garde styles, and with musicians such as John McLaughlin, Prince and Frank Zappa as inspiration, their ultimate goal is to achieve the feeling of a jam session when performing. As can be heard on this album – for instance in the final track, a Telemann Allegro – the result is exhilarating.

"...This is a fine disc. The performances are technically flawless, the ensemble is great and the interpretations are often exciting."
 
Johan van Veen - MusicWeb-International.com - 1 August 2012


                  Chamber Choice

Performance *****                Recording *****

"... a hugely impressive debut disc."

Paul Riley - BBC Music magazine - February 2012




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