Playlist 2017-11-19

Bach Trios

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First Hour

Johan Joachim Agrell (1701-1765), Sinfonia in D op.1/1, Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, Aapo Hakkinen, Aeolus 10047, JOHAN JOACHIM AGRELL: ORCHESTRAL WORKS

Signor (Luis) Detri (18th c.), Sonata for recorder & continuo in c, Ensemble Caprice, Matthias Maute, ATMA ACD2 2344, LES SEPT SAUTS (translation: The Seven Jumps): BAROQUE CHAMBER MUSIC AT THE STUTTGART COURT

Agostino Steffani (1654-1728), Stabat Mater Dolorosa – 2. Cuius animam gementem, The Sixteen, Harry Christophers, CORO 16076, Handel, Dixit Dominus HWV232 – Steffani, Stabat Mater

Count Ludovico Roncalli (1654-1713), Sonata #5 in a, Richard Savino – baroque guitar, Dorian Sono Luminus 90804, SONATAS FOR BAROQUE GUITAR

Francois Chauvon (fl.1710-1740), Suite #1, Alison Melville – recorder, Washington McClain – baroque oboe, Michael McCraw – baroque bassoon, Julia Wedman – baroque violin, Charlotte Nediger – harpsichord, Early Music EMCCD-7773, CHAUVON LES NOUVEAUX BIJOUX

Felice Giardini (1716-1796), Quartet in Bb op.21 #2, L’Astree, Opus 111 30163, FIVE QUARTETS DEDICATED TO THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE

 

Second Hour

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Contrapunctus XIII rectus & inversus, Yo-Yo Ma – cello, Chris Thile – mandolin, Edgar Meyer – bass, Nonesuch 558933, BACH TRIOS

Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757), Sonata in Eb K.474, Sonata in c K.58, & Sonata in G “Capriccio” K.63, Angela Hewitt – piano, Hyperion CDA68184, DOMENICO SCARLATTI

John Blow (1649-1708), Begin The Song! – 1. Overture, 2. Begin The Song! & 3. Bring Gentlest Thoughts, 4. Hark How The Waken’d Strings, & 9. Come Then, With Tuneful Breath, Arcangelo, Jonathan Cohen, Hyperion, CDA68149, JOHN BLOW: AN ODE ON THE DEATH OF MR. HENRY PURCELL

Giaches de Wert (1535-1596), Peccavi super numerum a 6, Stile Antico, Harmonia Mundi HMM 807620, DIVINE THEATRE

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Concerto for Mandolin, Hammered Dulcimer, Harp and Continuo in F TWV53;F1, Akademie Fur Alte Musik Berlin, Harmonia Mundi HMM902261, TELEMANN: CONCERTI PER MOLTI STROMENTI

 

Third Hour

John Christopher Smith (1712-1795), Suite from THE FAIRIES: Overture & March, Capella Savaria Baroque Orchestra, Mary Terey-Smith, Dorian 93251, SYRENS, ENCHANTERS AND FAIRIES * CAPELLA SAVARIA/M. TEREY-SMITH

Charles Avison (1709-1770), Concerto Grosso #9 in C, English Concert, Trevor Pinnock, Deutsche Grammophon 415518, PACHELBEL*CANON&GIGUE HANDEL*THE ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN OF SHEBA

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Alexander’s Feast: Overture, Die krieger sie jauchzen voll trunk’ner Wut, & Von Himmel kam, Handel & Haydn Society Chorus & Orchestra, Christopher Hogwood, Arabesque 6762, HANDEL ARRANGED BY MOZART

Willem de Fesch (1687-1760), Concerto #2 in Bb for 2 violins, Musica Ad Rhenum (Music on the Rhine), NM Classics 92037, BAROQUE CONCERTI FROM THE NETHERLANDS

Nicola Sabatino (c 1705-1796), Cello Concerto in G, L’Ensemble 415, Chiara Banchini, Gaetano Nasillo – cello, Zig Zag 50302, CONCERTI NAPOLETANI PER VIOLONCELLO

 

Fourth Hour

Francois Couperin, but attrib. to Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Rondeau in Bb (Francois Couperin) BWV Anh.183, Nicholas McGegan – harpsichord, Harmonia Mundi 907042, J.S. BACH. ANNA MAGDALENA NOTEBOOK

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Concerto after Alessandro Marcello BWV974, Alison Balsom – trumpet(s), Colm Carey – organ, EMI 58047, JS BACH WORKS FOR TRUMPET

Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710), Marizapolos, Waverly Consort, Michael Jaffee, WAV 14002, IBERIA! SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE MUSIC OF THE GOLDEN AGE

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Concerto for violin in Eb RV254, La Serenissima, Adrian Chandler – violin & director, Adrian Chandler – violin, AVIE 2128, ANTONIO VIVALDI VIRTUOSO IMPRESARIO

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Brandenburg Concerto #5 in D BWV1050, European Brandenburg Ensemble, Trevor Pinnock, AVIE 2119, BACH SIX CONCERTOS FOR THE MARGRAVE OF BRANDENBURG

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