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 2017-05-28

This Week’s Links

 

Memorial Day

Memorial Day – history

Flowers of the Forest

Flanders Field

First Hour

Christopher Simpson (c.1605-1669), Divisions on a Ground, Trio Sonnerie, Teldec 90841, A GIFT OF NATURE

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Air on the G string, English Chamber Orchestra, Nigel Kennedy – violin, EMI 56890, CLASSIC KENNEDY

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Concerto funebre in Bb RV579, King’s Consort, Katharina Spreckelsen – oboe, Colin Lawson – chalumeau, Elizabeth Wallfisch – violin, Hyperion CDA67073, CONCERTI CON MOLTI INSTRUMENTI

Georg Muffat (1653-1704), Constantia–Suite in G major, Cantilena, Adrian Shepherd, Chandos 1007, MUSIC FROM THE COURT OF SALZBURG

James Oswald (1711-1769), The Thistle (Summer), Mindy Rosenfeld – flute, Ronn McFarlane – lute, Dorian Sono Luminus DSL-92169, NINE NOTES THAT SHOOK THE WORLD

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Orchestral Suite #1 in C after BWV1066, Ensemble Sonnerie, Gonzalo X .Ruiz – oboe, AVIE 2171, ORCHESTRAL SUITES FOR A YOUNG PRINCE

Second Hour

John Dowland (1563-1626), Lachrimae (Pavan), David Russell – guitar, Telarc 80659, RENAISSANCE FAVORITES FOR GUITAR

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Heroic March: La Majesté, La Vaillance, L’Armement, L’Amour, La Générosité & La Rejouissance, Maurice Andre – trumpet, Hedwig Bilgram – organ, RCA 60025, THE ART OF MAURICE ANDRE

William Lawes (1605-1645), Set a6 in g – II. Fantazy a6, Phantasm, Linn Records CKD 399, WILLIAM LAWES CONSORTS TO THE ORGAN

Tomas Luis de Victoria (c.1548-1611), Requiem: introitus Requiem aeternam & kyrie, Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips, Gimell CDGIM 012, VICTORIA REQUIEM ALONSO LOBO: VERSA EST IN LUCTUM

Remo Giazotto (1910-1998) (misattributed toTomaso Albinoni), Adagio in g, I Musici, Philip, 410606, PACHELBEL*CANON MOZART* EINE KLEINE NACHTMUSIK ALBINONI * ADAGIO

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Concerto in A TWV A2, Toronto Chamber Orchestra, Kevin Mallon, Thomas Stacy – oboe d’amore, Naxos 8.570735, CONCERTOS FOR OBOE D’AMORE

Third Hour

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Mass in b: Dona nobis pacem, Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman, Telarc 80517, J.S. BACH: MASS IN B MINOR

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Organ Concerto #6 in Bb op.4 HWV294, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Bob van Asperen, Bob van Asperen – organ, Virgin 45174, HANDEL – ORGAN CONCERTOS OP. 4

Johann Gottlieb Graun (1702/3-1771), Concerto in c for violin & viola da gamba, Ensemble Baroque De Limoges, Christophe Coin, Gilles Colliard – violin, Christophe Coin – viola da gamba, Auvidis 8617, JOHANN GOTTLIEB GRAUN: KONZERTANTE MUSIK MIT VIOLA DA GAMBA

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Chorale: Ich ruf Dir, Herr Jesu Christ BWV639, Simone Dinnerstein – piano, Sony 81742, BACH: A STRANGE BEAUTY

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Nulla in mundo pax sincera from RV630, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Christian Curnyn, Nicola Benedetti – violin, Decca B0016412-02, ITALIA

Fourth Hour

Bonaventura Rubino (1600-1668), Messa di morti a 5 concertata (1653) – Sanctus & Agnus Dei, Namur Chamber Choir, Leonardo Garcia Alarcon, Ricercar RIC 353, MARIO CAPUANA BONAVENTURA RUBINO REQUIEM

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Concerto #2 in g op.8 Summer RV315, Orchestra of Flanders, Rudolf Werthen, Yolanda Kondonassis – harp, Telarc 80523, THE 4 SEASONS FOR HARP & ORCHESTRA

Josquin Despres (c.1450/55-1521), Cuers desolez (in 5 parts), Doulce Memoire (Sweet Memory), Dorian 90261, RENAISSANCE WINDS

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Water Music Overture in C, Il Fondamento, Paul Dombrecht, Passacaille 9513, WATERMUSIC

Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), Trumpet Sonata in D, Stephen Burns – trumpet, Phil Duffy -, Gerald Gifford – organ, ASV 6081, TRUMPET VOLUNTARY: BAROQUE TRUMPET

Scotland, The Flowers of the Forest, David Tayler – archlute, Voices of Music 16516, IN A GARDEN SO GREEN