Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Sammartini - Concertos - Camerata Koln








Sammartini - Concertos - Camerata Koln
Concerto | Eac, Ape, cue | log, cover | 1 CD, 293 MB
July 19, 2002 | Deutsche Harmonia Mundi | RapidShare



As on the edge of modern symphony, the Sammartini's broke new ground, tying into the previous style and launching clearly into the classical period.Here are large ensemble pieces from each of the brothers. The breath and depth of this music is enticing. The Concerto C major with its lovely Andante sempre piano movement is breathtaking.The Trio in F major for two recorders is lilting and delightful, like two playful butterflies fluttering around a garden.The Oboe Concerto in E Flat Major is Bachlike, with strong harpsichord, but with romantic, melodious sections.Well played on what sounds to be period instruments.--Amazon




CD Content
Concerto for piccolo cello, strings & continuo in C major
Composed by Giuseppe Baldassare Sammartini
with Rainer Zipperling, Cologne Camerata

Trio for 2 recorders & continuo in F major
Composed by Giuseppe Baldassare Sammartini
with Cologne Camerata

Concerto for oboe & orchestra in E flat major
Composed by Giuseppe Baldassare Sammartini
with Hans-Peter Westermann, Cologne Camerata

Work(s) Sonata in D major for transverse flute, 2 violins
Composed by Giovanni Battista Sammartini
with Cologne Camerata

Concerto for recorder & orchestra in F major
Composed by Giuseppe Baldassare Sammartini
with Michael Schneider, Cologne Camerata

Sonatas (28, most doubtful) for 2 flutes (or violins) & continuo Trio in D major for 2 transverse flutes and b.c.
Composed by Giovanni Battista Sammartini
with Cologne Camerata



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