String Concertos

作曲 Georg Philipp Telemann
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トラックリスト
  1. Concerto Polonois In G Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 1. Dolce
  2. Concerto Polonois In G Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 2. Allegro
  3. Concerto Polonois In G Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 3. Largo
  4. Concerto Polonois In G Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 1. Allegro
  5. Concert Polonois In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 1. Polonoise
  6. Concert Polonois In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 2. Allegro
  7. Concert Polonois In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 3. Largo
  8. Concert Polonois In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 4. Allegro
  9. Divertimento In A Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 1. Presto
  10. Divertimento In A Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 2. Scherzo I. Gaglierdamente
  11. Divertimento In A Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 3. Scherzo II. Poco grave; Scherzo III. Poco vivace; Scherzo II. Poco grave; Scherzo IV. Allegro di molto; Scherzo II. Poco grave
  12. Divertimento In A Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 4. Scherzo V. Lieto; Scherzo VI. Tempo precedente (senza Viola); Scherzo V. Lieto
  13. Divertimento In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: I. Allegro assai
  14. Divertimento In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 2. Scherzo I. Vivace (Tempo di Minuetto tedesco); Scherzo II. alternamento col precedente. Moderato (Tempo di Minuetto francese); Scherzo I. Vivace
  15. Divertimento In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 3. Scherzo III. Veloce; Scherzo IV. alternat.; Scherzo III. Veloce
  16. Divertimento In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 4. Scherzo V. Con giubilo
  17. Divertimento In B Flat Major For Strings And Basso Continuo: 5. Scherzo VI. Arlechinoso
  18. Concerto In G Major For Viola, Strings And Basso Continuo: I. Largo
  19. Concerto In G Major For Viola, Strings And Basso Continuo: 2. Allegro
  20. Concerto In G Major For Viola, Strings And Basso Continuo: 3. Andante
  21. Concerto In G Major For Viola, Strings And Basso Continuo: 4. Presto
  22. Concerto 'a sei' In G Major For 2 Solo Violins, 2 Repieno Violins, Viola And Basso Continuo: 1. Grave
  23. Concerto 'a sei' In G Major For 2 Solo Violins, 2 Repieno Violins, Viola And Basso Continuo: 2. Allegro
  24. Concerto 'a sei' In G Major For 2 Solo Violins, 2 Repieno Violins, Viola And Basso Continuo: 3. Largo
  25. Concerto 'a sei' In G Major For 2 Solo Violins, 2 Repieno Violins, Viola And Basso Continuo: 4. Presto
  26. Concert In G Major For 2 Violas, Strings And Basso Continuo: i. [Lent]
  27. Concert In G Major For 2 Violas, Strings And Basso Continuo: 2. Gai
  28. Concert In G Major For 2 Violas, Strings And Basso Continuo: 3. Large
  29. Concert In G Major For 2 Violas, Strings And Basso Continuo: 4. Vif
エディターレビュー
Georg Philipp Telemann's string concertos position themselves somewhere between the polyphonic complexity of the Bach orchestral sinfonias, the urbanity of Handel's concerti grossi, and Vivaldi's innumerable and endlessly delightful works of this type. But his approach always remained the most international as well as the most local. Two of these concertos, for example, exemplify the "Polish" style appropriate for the Electors of Saxony (Telemann's employers, who were also kings of Poland), with their folky rhythms and groaning bass parts. Telemann offers a bit of the French style galant here or Italian theatricality there--he's labeled one of the movements "Arlechinoso"--as the mood and moment suit him. Reinhard Goebel and the Musica Antiqua Köln dress these motleys with typical panache, a liveliness that argues once again for the validity of the period-instruments approach. One can well imagine Telemann hearing his music performed this way and nodding in approval. What the players have brought to Johann David Heinichen and some of the Baroque composers of the Baltic states serves them perfectly here: the conviction that while not all 18th-century music may match Bach's profundity, much of it nevertheless shows us a very good time. And that Telemann, perhaps, can show us the best time of all. --Robert Burns Neveldine
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