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TELEMANN, G.P.: Ouvertures pittoresques (Arte dei Suonatori, Gester)

TELEMANN, G.P.: Ouvertures pittoresques (Arte dei Suonatori, Gester)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Gester, Martin


Martin Gester

Conductor

Arte dei Suonatori



Venue:

Michal Archaniol Parish Church, Wykroty, Poland



Record Label
BIS

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 75:29
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Overture (Suite) in D major, TWV 55:D15

 
1 I. Ouverture: Grave. Allegro. Grave 6:39
2 II. Prelude 1:04
3 III. Gigue 2:39
4 IV. Menuet I-II 3:09
5 V. Harlequinade 2:34
6 VI. Loure 2:42
7 VII. Rondeau 1:18
8 VIII. Rejouissance 2:37
     
 

Overture (Suite) in B flat major, TWV 55:B5, "Volker-Ouverture"

 
9 I. Overture 6:30
10 II. Menuets I and II 3:31
11 III. Les turcs 2:23
12 IV. Les suisses 1:44
13 V. Les moscovites 1:32
14 VI. Les portugais 2:26
15 VII. Les boiteux - Les coureurs 1:26
16 VIII. Les coureurs 2:11
     
 

Quartet (Concerto Polonaise) in B flat major, TWV 43:B3

 
17 I. Polonaise 2:07
18 II. Allegro 3:29
19 III. Largo 2:15
20 IV. Allegro 0:59
     
 

Quartet (Concerto Polonaise) in G major, TWV 43:G7

 
21 I. Andante 2:00
22 II. Allegro 2:12
23 III. Largo 2:11
24 IV. Allegro 1:48
     
 

Overture (Suite) in D major TWV 55:D22, "Ouverture, jointes d'une Suite tragi-comique"

 
25 I. (Ouverture): Lentement - Vite - Lentement 4:47
26 II. Le Podagre (Loure) 2:09
27 III. Remede experimente: La Poste et la danse (Menuet en rondeau) 0:59
28 IV. L'Hypocondre (Sarabande) 2:18
29 V. Remede: Souffrance heroique (Marche) 1:06
30 VI. Le Petit-maitre (Rondeau) 1:42
31 VII. Remede: Petite-maison: Furies 1:02
     
 Martin Gester Conductor
 Gester, Martin

BIS BI 1979

Telemann: Ouvertures pittoresques – Arte dei Suonatori

Throughout a long and extremely productive career, Georg Philipp Telemann harboured a great affection for the overture-suite, consisting of a French overture followed by a number of dances and character movements. Tempering the rigid model inherited from the French tradition with his own rich powers of invention and playfulness, he remained true to the form long after it had gone out of fashion. One variant of which he was particularly fond was the ouverture pittoresque, which offered a welcome opportunity to revel in tone painting and characterisation: ‘Nobody paints with stronger brushstrokes than he’, was the verdict by one of Telemann’s contemporaries. With a number of highly praised recordings, the Polish band Arte dei Suonatori is firmly established as a leading ensemble performing on authentic instruments. Among the group’s previous recordings for BIS is a collaboration with Martin Gester: the set of Handel’s Concerti grossi, Op. 6, which was selected as ‘Orchestral Disc of the Month’ in BBC Music, and described as ‘a model of authentic Handel performance’ in the German early music magazine Toccata.



 "... this one’s a winner."

Barry Brenesal - Fanfare - July/August 2013


             ****     Choc de Classica

Jérémie Bigorie - Classica magazine - April 2013




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