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QUANTZ, J.J.: Flute Concertos, QV 5:38, 5:81, 5:165, 5:238 (Oleskiewicz, Concerto Armonico Budapest, Spanyi)

QUANTZ, J.J.: Flute Concertos, QV 5:38, 5:81, 5:165, 5:238 (Oleskiewicz, Concerto Armonico Budapest, Spanyi)

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release date: August 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Miklos Spanyi

Conductor

Mary Oleskiewicz

Soloist

Concerto Armonico

Chamber

Venue:

Phoenix Studio, Diosd, Hungary

Venue

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 77:35
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QUANTZ, J.J.: Flute Concertos, QV 5:38, 5:81, 5:165, 5:238 (Oleskiewicz, Concerto Armonico Budapest, Spanyi)

     
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JOHANN JOACHIM QUANTZ

     
 

Flute Concerto in A minor, QV 5:238

 
1 I. Allegretto 8:13
2 II. Arioso ma non troppo 6:16
3 III. Allegro assai 6:10
     
 

Flute Concerto in G major, QV 5:165

 
4 I. Allegretto 6:17
5 II. Arioso 6:15
6 III. Presto 4:26
     
 

Flute Concerto in C minor, QV 5:38

 
7 I. Allegro 6:45
8 II. Lento 7:44
9 III. Vivace 4:53
     
 

Flute Concerto in D minor, QV 5:81

 
10 I. Allegro e con spirito 9:18
11 II. Arioso 5:52
12 III. Vivace 5:26
     
 Mary Oleskiewicz Soloist
 Miklos Spanyi Conductor


Johann Joachim Quantz was the most innovative performer and composer for the flute in the eighteenth century. He was also the teacher, composer and flute-maker to Frederick II, ‘The Great’, King of Prussia. Royal concerts were the principal venue for Quantz’s concertos where their constant invention and brilliance were intensified by his specially designed flutes. The A minor Concerto has only recently been retrieved from the Russian National Library in St Petersburg, whilst the G major’s cadenzas have been preserved, fully written-out, providing a valuable direct link to performance practices in Quantz’s time. Poignantly, Frederick himself completed the C minor Concerto after Quantz’s death.

"...She [Oleskiewicz] has excellent breath control, intonation, technique, and sense of period style, making her one of the greates baroque flutists of our time. Concerto Armonico is a period-instrument ensemble based in Budapest that was founded in 1983. They play very well..."

Todd Gorman - American Record Guide - January/February 2014


"Once upon a time, Frederick the Great played these concertos. Now a flautist has rescued them for these world-premiere recordings."

Brian Reinhart  - MusicWeb-International.com - 10 September 2013




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