LISTEN TO THE FOUR MOST RECENT HOURS OF SUNDAY BAROQUE
If you missed any of the latest Sunday Baroque program, or want to hear it again, here it is!

Playlist 2017-07-23

First Hour

James Paisible (c.1656-1721), Humours of Sir John Falstaff: overture & air, London Oboe Band, Paul Goodwin, Harmonia Mundi 907181, PLAYHOUSE AIRS: 18TH C. ENGLISH THEATRE MUSIC

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764), Gavotte et six doubles, David Greilsammer – piano, Sony 86979 29692, DAVID GREILSAMMER BAROQUE CONVERSATIONS

Heinrich Isaac (1450-1517), Instrumental piece without title, Empire Brass & Friends, Telarc 80204, MUSIC OF GABRIELI AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES

Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745), Sonata #6 in c for 2 oboes & bassoon, Heinz Holliger & Maurice Bourgue – oboes, Thomas Zehetmair – violin, Klaus Stoll – double bass, Jonathan Rubin – lute, Klaus Thunemann – bassoon, Christiane Jaccottet – harpsichord, ECM 1671/72, ZELENKA TRIO SONATAS

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Concerto in D for 2 flutes, violin & cello, Collegium Musicum, Simon Standage, Rachel Brown – flute, Siu Peasgood – flutes, Chandos 0512, TELEMANN VOL.2 OUVERTURE BURLESQUE

 

Second Hour

Gaspar Sanz (c.1640-1710), Canarios & La Miñona de Cataluña, Ludovico’s Band, ABC Classics 4766158, THE ITALIAN GROUND

Francesco Mancini (1672-1737), Sonata XII in G, Tempesta di Mare Chamber Players, Gwyn Roberts – flauto traverso, Richard Stone – theorbo, Adam Pearl – harpsichord, Lisa Terry – cello, Chandos CHAN 0801, FRANCESCO MANCINI SOLOS FOR A FLUTE

Turlough O’Carolan (1670-1738), Ta me ‘mo choladh & O Flin, The Harp Consort, Andrew Lawrence King, Andrew Lawrence King – harp, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 77375, CAROLAN’S HARP

Thomas Tallis (c.1505-1585), Spem in alium (40 voice motet), Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips, Gimell 454906, THE TALLIS SCHOLARS

Charles Macklean (c.1712-1765), Sonata X in G, Alison Melville – traverso and recorder, Charlotte Nediger – harpsichord, Mary-Katherine Finch – cello, Early Music 7761, SHE’S SWEETEST WHEN SHE’S NAKED: FLUTE MUSIC OF 18TH C. SCOTLAND

Johan Helmich Roman (1694-1758), Flute Sonata #2 in D, Verena Fischer – transverse flute, Klaus-Dieter Brandt – baroque cello, Leon Berben – harpsichord, Naxos 8570492/93, TWELVE FLUTE SONATAS

Anonymous, 6 Sonatas: Lisbon Court Trumpet Corps, Dallas Symphony Brass, Richard Giangiulio – trumpet, trumpet, Crystal 234, MUSIC FOR CEREMONY AND CELEBRATION

 

Third Hour

Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757), Sonata in D K.29 (presto), Igor Kamenz – piano, Naive V 5399, IGOR KAMENZ PLAYS SCARLATTI

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764), Suite of Dances, Sergio & Odair Assad, guitarists, Odair Assad – guitar, Sergio Assad – guitar, Nonesuch 79292, RAMEAU,SCARLATTI,COUPERIN,BACH

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Ariodante – Overture & Ballet Music (1735), Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Nicholas McGegan, Harmonia Mundi 907146, ARIODANTE

Andrea Gabrieli (c.1532-1585), Aria della Battaglia, London Brass, Philip Pickett, Teldec 90856, GABRIELI IN VENICE

Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695-1764), Concerto #10 in Eb Op.4, Raglan Baroque Players, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Hyperion 67041, LOCATELLI: SONATAS, OP.4

 

Fourth Hour

Christopher Gibbons (1615-1676), Fantasia, Academy of Ancient Music, Richard Egarr, Harmonia Mundi HMU 807551, CHRISTOPHER GIBBONS MOTETS, ANTHEMS, FANTASIAS & VOLUNTARIES

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Concerto in d RV243 senza cantin, Modo Antiquo, Federico Maria Sardelli, Anton Steck – violin, Naive 30427, CONCERTO PER VIOLINO VOL.2 ‘DI SFIDA’

Christopher Simpson (c.1602-1699), Division in G major, Ostraka, Josh Lee – viola da gamba, John Lenti – theorbo, David Walker – lute/guitar, Ostraka 29903, OSTRAKA DIVISION

Heinrich Franz Ignaz von Biber (1644-1704), Harmonia Artificiosa Partia VI, Irish Baroque Orchestra Chamber Soloists, Monica Huggett, AVIE 2202, FLIGHTS OF FANTASY

Giuseppe Valentini (c.1680-c.1759), Concerto Op.7 #11 in A for 4 violins, Ensemble 415, Chiara Banchini, Chiara Banchini, Olivia Centurioni, Odile Edouard & David Plantier – violins, Zig Zag 2020801, GIUSEPPE VALENTINI CONCERTI GROSSI E A QUATTRO VIOLINI, OPUS VII