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JANITSCH, J.G.: Sonate da camera, Vol. 3 (Notturna)

JANITSCH, J.G.: Sonate da camera, Vol. 3 (Notturna)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Christopher Palameta

Conductor

Christopher Palameta

Conductor

Notturna

Chamber

Venue:

Eglise Saint-Augustin

Venue

Record Label
Atma Classiqe

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 62:41
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JOHANN GOTTLIEB JANITSCH

     
 

Sonata da camera in G major, Op. 4, No. 1

 
1 I. Adagio 2:37
2 II. Allegretto 5:36
3 III. Vivace 4:11
     
 

Sonata da camera in B flat major, Op. 3, No. 1

 
4 I. Largo 2:06
5 II. Allegro 6:09
6 III. Vivace assai 3:41
     
 

Sonata da camera in C minor, Op. 7, No. 5

 
7 I. Poco largo 2:46
8 II. Fuga alla breve 2:25
9 III. Allegro 2:43
     
 

Sonata da camera in C major, Op. 1, No. 5

 
10 I. Larghetto alla Siciliana 2:44
11 II. Allegro 5:07
12 III. Vivace 5:32
     
 

Sonata da camera in D major, Op. 5, No. 1, "Echo"

 
13 I. Adagio e mesto 4:02
14 II. Allegro moderato 7:37
15 III. Allegretto 5:25
     
 Christopher Palameta Conductor
 Christopher Palameta Conductor


Notturna ensemble returns with the third volume in its Sonate de camera series devoted to the music of Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (1708 to 1763). Under the direction of oboist Christopher Palameta, Notturna’s “spirited and sensitive playing” (Early Music America Magazine) draws on the transparency and expressiveness of early wind instruments to paint fresh pictures of unexplored historical repertoire. In collaboration with ATMA Classique and the Scottish publishing house Prima la musica!, the ensemble has cultivated a unique rapport with the music of Johann Gottlieb Janitsch.
 

"... the ensemble is excellent. The instruments are in tune with each other, the tempos are nicely followed, and the sound is clear, all of which brings out both the details and the intricacies of these compositions. In short, this is a most worthy disc for lovers of the early Classical period style and should be an addition to their collections. Moreover, they demonstrate that Janitsch was not just an also-ran, but a clever and talented composer who deserves resurrection..."

Bertil van Boer - Fanfare - September/October 2013


 "... The Canadian group Notturna is accomplished and they take vibrant tempos. Bracing, solid period instrument playing makes this series worthwhile..."

Todd Gorman - American Recod Guide - September/October 2013


"..Throughout, each of the three voices is beautifully shaped and the lines balanced so that no one instrument dominates the sound - in fact, it is a virtuoso display of the fine art o musical dialogue. In no small part this is also dus to Janitsch’s supremely fertile imagination, contrapuntal ingenuity and delight in rhythmic sublety. If you missed volumes ! and 2, do order them!"

Brian Clark - Early Music Review - June 2013




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