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ROSENMULLER, J.: 12 Sonatas (1682) (Musica Fiata, Wilson)

ROSENMULLER, J.: 12 Sonatas (1682) (Musica Fiata, Wilson)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Musica Fiata


Wilson, Roland


Roland Wilson

Conductor

Record Label
CPO

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 66:06
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ROSENMULLER, J.: 12 Sonatas (1682) (Musica Fiata, Wilson)

     
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JOHANN ROSENMULLER

     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 9 a 5 in D major

5:03
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 5 a 3 in D minor

5:25
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 12 a 5 in D minor

3:32
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 7 a 4 in A minor

6:30
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 6 a 3 in F major

5:14
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 2 a 2 in E minor

8:48
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 8 a 4 in B flat major

5:44
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 3 a 2 in A minor

4:37
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 11 a 5 in D major

4:42
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 1 a 2 in D minor

5:25
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 4 a 3 in C major

5:31
     
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12 Sonatas (1682): Sonata No. 10 a 5 in F major

5:35
     
 Roland Wilson Conductor
 Wilson, Roland


The sonatas of Johann Rosenmüller, recorded here by Musica Fiata, underscore his importance as a major composer in the time between Schütz and Bach. This towering German figure of the European Baroque not only found remarkably broad acceptance (and thus widespread dissemination) for his exuberant music, he was also surprisingly cherished and performed long after his death in 1684. His 1682 sonatas, heard on this new cpo recording, clearly show the influence of the years he spent in Venice. To quote the scholar Wollny, “Thanks to his great fame and good connections to German courts, Rosenmueller’s music had a truly formative stylistic impact on German music.”
 

"... Enthusiastically recommended."

Bill White - Fanfare - July/August 2013


 "... Highly recommended."

Barry Brenesal - Fanfare - May/June 2013




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