Playlist 2017-01-15

This Week’s Links

American Foundation for the Blind

Louis Braille

Handel and Bach blinded by quackery

Francois Couperin portrait

First Hour

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Cantata BWV124: Coro (Choral): Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht & Choral: Jesum lass ich micht vor mir, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner, Soli Deo Gloria SDG 174, JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH CANTATAS VOL. 18: WEIMAR/LEIPZIG/HAMBURG

Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), Ciacona, Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca, Erato 85775, FOLLIE ALL’ITALIANA (ITALIAN FOLLIES)

Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/7-1612), Canzon Seconda
Lodovico Grossi da Viadana (c.1560-1627), Sinfonia LA BERGAMASCA
Biagio Marini (1594-1663), Canzon #3, London Brass, Philip Pickett, Teldec 90856, GABRIELI IN VENICE

Giuseppe Valentini (c.1680-c.1759), Concerto Grosso in a op.7 #11, European Union Baroque Orchestra, Ricardo Minasi, Dominika Feher, Claudia Norz, Jacek Kurzydlo & Anna Curzon – violins, Ricardo Cuende Isuskiza – viola, Petr Hamouz – cello, K&K Verlasanstalt, CORELLI’S LEGACY

Johann Schickhardt (c.1682-1762), Concerto in g for flute & 2 oboes, Musica Ad Rhenum (Music on the Rhine), Jed Wentz – flutist & conductor, Jed Wentz – flute, oboe, oboe, NM Classics 92037, BAROQUE CONCERTI FROM THE NETHERLANDS

Second Hour

Antonio de Cabezon (1510-1566), Diferencias sobre el canto de La Dama le demanda & Pur un plaisir, Doulce Memoire (Sweet Memory), Denis Raisin Dadre, Ricercar RIC 335, OBRAS DE MUSICA

Christoph Graupner (1683-1760), Recorder Concerto in F, Hesperus, Scott Reiss – recorder, Koch 7454, BAROQUE RECORDER CONCERTI

Antonio Valente (fl.1565-1580), Gagliarde napolitane (arr. Olivier Four├ęs), soloists from the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Daniel Hope – violin, Deutsche Grammophon B0013993-02, AIR – A BAROQUE JOURNEY

John Stanley (1712-1786), Concerto in b op.2 #2, Parley of Instruments, Roy Goodman, Hyperion Helios 55361, JOHN STANLEY 6 CONCERTOS IN 7 PARTS, OP. 2

Turlough O’Carolan (1670-1738), O’Carolan’s Draft, Tina Chancey – viola da gamba, Scott Reiss – recorder, Zan McLeod – guitar, Golden Apple, THE VERSATILE VIOL: SCOTTISH & IRISH MUSIC

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Art of Fugue: Contrapunctus XI & Contrapunctus XII, Les Violons du Roy (King’s Violins), Bernard Labadie, Dorian 90297, ART OF THE FUGUE

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Samson: Act I: Sinfonia, English Concert, Trevor Pinnock, Anthony Halstead – horn, Christian Rutherford – horn, Deutsche Grammophon 419219, HANDEL OVERTURES

Third Hour

Francois Couperin (1668-1733), Book I: 2nd Ordre: Les Idees heureuses, Angela Hewitt – piano, Hyperion 67520, FRANCOIS COUPERIN KEYBOARD MUSIC VOL.3

Jacques Martin Hotteterre “le Romain” (1673-1763), Suite #1 in D, Philippe Allain-Dupre – flute, Yasuko Uyama- Bouvard – harpsichord, Philippe Pierlot – viola da gamba, Naxos, 553707, FIRST BOOK OF PIECES FOR TRANSVERSE FLUTE, OP.2, 1708

Giuseppe Sammartini (1695-1750), Trio Sonata in b op.1 #6, Musica Pacifica, Judith Linsenberg – recorder, Navona Records NV6056, MI PALPITA IL COR : BAROQUE PASSIONS

Pietro Baldassare (c.1683-after 1768), Sonata #1 in F for trumpet & strings, Chamber Ensemble, Stephen Burns – trumpet, ASV 6081, TRUMPET VOLUNTARY

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), Organ Concerto #1 in g op.4, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Bob van Asperen, Bob van Asperen – organ, Virgin 45174, HANDEL – ORGAN CONCERTOS OP. 4

Fourth Hour

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Dixit Dominus RV807: choruses, La Nuova Musica, David Bates, Harmonia Mundi 807587, VIVALDI / HANDEL DIXIT DOMINUS

Jean Japart (FL.1474-1481), Questa se chiama a4, De tous biens playne a4, Amours amours amours a4 & Fortuna dun gran tempo a4, Les Flamboyants, Michael Form, Christophorus, CHR 77353, LE MAITRE DE >>FRICASEE<< SECULAR MUSIC OF JEAN JAPART

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Overture in c for violin, 2 oboes & bassoon, Berlin Baroque Soloists, Rainer Kussmaul, Albrecht Mayer – oboe, Viola Orlovsky – oboe, Stefan Schweigert – bassoon, Deutsche Grammophon/Archiv 4775923, SINFONIA MELODICA

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Concerto in d RV235, Venice Baroque Orchestra, Andrea Marcon, Giuliano Carmignola – violin, Sony 87733, LATE VIVALDI CONCERTOS RV 386, 235, 296, 258, 389, 251

Johannes Schenck (1660-c.1720), Sonata Settima (#7) in F op.3, La Suave Melodia (The Suave Melody), Etcetera KTC1356, IL GIARDINO ARMONICO (WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING)

Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758), Concerto in G FWV L:G13, Tempesta di Mare (Sea Tempest), Chandos 0783, JOHANN FRIEDRICH FASCH ORCHESTRAL WORKS VOL. 2

2 comments on “Playlist 2017-01-15

  1. Terry Krause on

    There isn’t a Sunday morning that goes by without my tuning in to your wonderfully exciting show! This morning’s was no exception as I listened for the first time the most incredibly joyful sounds of Giuseppe Sammartini’s recorder Trio Sonata in B. I have always regarded the recorder as an extension of God’s Happy Time – even when the instrument spends time in the minor realms. My thinking is how could it ever be anything but a positive affirmation of what so many of us take for granted – the beauty of LIFE itself.

    Sunday Baroque is definitely ‘music to my ears’ and you, my Dear Ms.Bona, make it possible for me and many other music lovers to spend time in one of the most musically interesting developmental periods in history. Seriously, I dream Baroque and I would be deftly Baroq-en-hearted if your show were not possible.

    Many Plauds and Laudets, Kadus and Clappets, Yeas and Heys to your continued success and inspirational choices for the audience ears. Please excuse my flowery embellishments, but I mean to emulate the spirit of Baroque with my comments. . . please repeat Paragraph 2 and continue to . . .
    Music Lover Terry Krause

    • Suzanne Bona on

      Thank you — what a kind and thoughtful message! I’m so happy to know how much you enjoyed that Sammartini in particular, and Sunday Baroque in general.

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