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The English Nightingale

The English Nightingale

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 1989

Artists:

David Watkin

cello

Howard Beach

keyboards

Piers Adams

recorders

Venue:

St Dunstan's Church, Cheam

Venue

Producer:

Ben Turner

Producer

Record Label
Red Priest Records

Genre:

Renaissance


Romantic

Total Time - 62:47
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The English Nightingale

Virtuoso Recorder Music from Renaissance to Romantic
     
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JACOB VAN EYCK

1 

Variationson 'What Shall We Do this Evening?'

3:10
     
 

GIOVANNI BASSANO

2 

Divisions on 'Onques Amour'

3:51
     
 

WILLIAM CROFT

3 

Sonata in G Major

2:29
     
 

ARCANGELO CORELLI

 

Sonata in F major, Op.5 No.4

 
4 i Adagio 2:07
5 ii Allegro 2:06
6 iii Vivace 1:10
7 iv Adagio 2:21
8 v Allegro 2:12
     
 

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN

9 

Fantasia No.12

4:32
     
 

ERNST KRAEHMER

10 

Concert Polonaise

9:06
     
11 

Rondeau Hongroise

5:57
     
 

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN

12 

Fatntasia No.1

2:54
     
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

 

Sonata in G minor BWV 1034

 
13 i Adagio ma non tanto 3:03
14 ii Allegro 2:24
15 iii Andante 3:43
16 iv Allegro 3:15
     
 

DARIO CASTELLO

17 

Sonata Prima

4:31
     
 

JACOB VAN EYCK

18 

Variations on 'The English Nightingale'

3:56
     
 Piers Adams recorders
 Howard Beach keyboards
 David Watkin cello


Piers Adams has worked tirelessly to develop the recorder’s repertoire and reputation as a serious solo instrument, in particular through his researches into forgotten corners of the instrument’s repertoire, and his numerous arrangements and transcriptions from a wide range of genres.

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