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Bassoon Recital: Harris, Jennifer - GALLIARD, J.E. / MERCI, L. / LAMPE, J.F. (The Bassoon Abroad)

Bassoon Recital: Harris, Jennifer - GALLIARD, J.E. / MERCI, L. / LAMPE, J.F. (The Bassoon Abroad)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Chameleon

Ensemble

Jennifer Harris

Soloist

Chameleon

Chamber

Venue:

Evangelische Kirche Haardt, Germany

Venue

Evangelische Kirche Staardt, Germany

Venue

Record Label
Carus

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 69:10
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Bassoon Recital: Harris, Jennifer - GALLIARD, J.E. / MERCI, L. / LAMPE, J.F. (The Bassoon Abroad)

     
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JOHN ERNST GALLIARD

 

Bassoon Sonata No. 2 in G Major

 
1 I. Andante 02:54
2 II. Vivace 01:38
3 III. Alla ciciliana cantabile 01:59
4 IV. Spiritoso e allegro 01:44
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

TRADITIONAL

5 

The bush aboon traquair

01:18
  Chameleon Ensemble
     
 

LUIGI MERCI

 

Bassoon Sonata in G Minor, Op. 3, No. 4

 
6 I. Allemanda 02:03
7 II. Cantabile: Andantino 03:21
8 III. Minuetto - Presto - Minuetto 02:21
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

JOHN FRIEDRICH LAMPE

9 

The Solitary Relief

01:43
  Chameleon Ensemble
     
 

LUIGI MERCI

 

Bassoon Sonata in B-Flat Major, Op. 3, No. 1

 
10 I. Adagio 03:32
11 II. Allegro 02:07
12 III. Larghetto alla scozzese 02:26
13 IV. Minuetto 01:29
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

JOHN FRIEDRICH LAMPE

14 

The Maid's Request

01:15
  Chameleon Ensemble
     
 

LUIGI MERCI

 

Bassoon Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 3, No. 3

 
15 I. Grave 03:41
16 II. A tempo giusto 02:21
17 IV. Minuetto 01:30
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

TRADITIONAL

18 

The Flowers of Edinburgh

00:36
  Chameleon Ensemble
     
 

JOHN ERNST GALLIARD

 

Bassoon Sonata No. 6 in C Major

 
19 I. Larghetto 02:03
20 II. Alla breve 01:42
21 III. Sarabanda 01:41
22 IV. Menuet 02:01
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

LUIGI MERCI

 

Bassoon Sonata in C Minor, Op. 3, No. 5

 
23 I. Allemanda 02:22
24 II. Andantino 02:13
25 III. Minuetto - IV. Presto 02:07
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

JOHN ERNST GALLIARD

26 

The Advice

01:42
  Chameleon Ensemble
     
 

Bassoon Sonata No. 1 in A Minor

 
27 I. Cantabile 01:24
28 II. Spiritoso e staccato: A tempo moderato 01:15
29 III. Largo e staccato 01:36
30 IV. Hornpipe e l'Inglese: Allegro e staccato 00:54
31 V. Vivace 01:18
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

Bassoon Sonata No. 5 in D Minor

 
32 I. Adagio 01:49
33 II. Allegro e spiritoso 01:43
34 III. Alla ciciliana 01:42
35 IV. Allegro assai 01:23
 Jennifer Harris Soloist
     
 

TRADITIONAL

36 

The Lass of Patie's Mill

02:17
  Chameleon Ensemble
     


Several composers from the European continent established themselves in Britain in the first half of the 18th century. For a lot of them, mainly influenced by the Italian style, it was a necessity to musically integrate their compositions, while they helped molding the element of “Britishness” in British music in the first place. On this album the Ensemble Chameleon around the British bassoonist Jennifer Harris (who is living in Germany today) explores the musical style of John Ernest Galliard and Luigi Merci, complementing it with Scottish traditional songs. The multifaceted, colorful interpretation shows that the bassoon does not solely exist to serve as a muffled and dusty bass of the wind family: it is able to sigh, to speak and to laugh, in short: to come alive.

 "... Jennifer Harris’ recordig explores the writings of foreign composers working in Britain in the first half of the 18th century. She demonstrates beautifully the wide range of moods and intensity of emotin in both composers’ writing..."

Maggie Bruce - Early Music Review 159 - April 2014




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