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Da Camera: Telemann – Complete Trio Sonatas with Recorder and Violin (24/96 FLAC)

Da Camera: Telemann - Complete Trio Sonatas with Recorder and Violin (24/96 FLAC)

Da Camera: Telemann – Complete Trio Sonatas with Recorder and Violin (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer: Steven Devine, Emma Purphy, Susanna Pell, Da Camera
Conductor: Steven Devine
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Chandos
Catalogue: CHAN0817
Release: 2017
Size: 1.51 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Trio Sonata in C major, TWV 42:C2
01. I. Dolce
02. II. Allegro
03. III. Grave
04. IV. Vivace

Trio Sonata in A Minor, TWV 42:a4 (Arr. for Recorder, Viol & Harpsichord)
05. I. Largo
06. II. Vivace
07. III. Affettuoso
08. IV. Allegro

09. Fantaisie in D minor, TVW 33:2

Trio Sonata in F major, TWV 42:F6
10. I. Vivace
11. II. Largo
12. III. Allegro

Trio TWV 42:B4 in B flat major for recorder, harpsichord & b.c.
13. I. Dolce
14. II. Vivace
15. III. Siciliana
16. IV. Vivace

Trio TWV 42:F3 in F major for recorder, viola da gamba & b.c.
17. I. Vivace
18. II. Mesto
19. III. Allegro

Trio Sonata in D minor, TWV42:d7
20. I. Andante
21. II. Vivace
22. III. Adagio
23. IV. Allegro

24. Fantasia for harpsichord No. 8 in G minor, TWV 33:8

Trio Sonata in D Major, TWV 42:D9 (Arr. for Recorder, Viol & Harpsichord)
25. I. Dolce
26. II. Presto
27. III. Pastorale
28. IV. Vivace

Trio Sonata in G minor, TWV42:g9
29. I. Soave mà non adagio
30. II. Vivace
31. III. Largo
32. IV. Allegro

The specialist early-music ensemble Da Camera marks the 250th anniversary of Telemanns death with this unique recording of original trio sonatas involving recorder and viol. These are among the greatest pieces Telemann ever composed. As he wrote in 1740: “how could I possibly remember everything I composed for strings and winds? I particularly devoted myself to the composing of trios. People even flattered me as having done my best work here.” The musicians of Da Camera heartily agree. The ingenuity and variety of music, structures, and instrumental ensemble, combined with fascinating notes by the recorder player Emma Murphy, make this album a must-have for everyone, from Telemann’s many enthusiasts to those curious about early music.

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