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Telemann Trio Sonatas

Bart Schneemann

George Philipp Telemann

SKU: 14098

Year of release: 2000

Partita 2 In G Major 12:08
1. Siciliano George Philipp Telemann 01:35
2. Aria 1 Allegro George Philipp Telemann 01:11
3. Aria 2 Allegro George Philipp Telemann 02:09
4. Aria 3 Vivace George Philipp Telemann 01:08
5. Aria 4 Affettuoso George Philipp Telemann 02:41
6. Aria 5 Presto George Philipp Telemann 00:50
7. Aria 6 Tempo Menuetto George Philipp Telemann 02:33
Sonata In G Minor 12:26
8. Largo George Philipp Telemann 03:00
9. Presto, Tempo Giusto George Philipp Telemann 04:55
10. Andante George Philipp Telemann 01:23
11. Allegro George Philipp Telemann 03:07
12. Adagio From Oboe Concerto In D Minor George Philipp Telemann 02:53
Suite In G Minor 08:07
13. Ouverture George Philipp Telemann 01:48
14. Tres Vite George Philipp Telemann 01:46
15. Sans-Souci George Philipp Telemann 01:33
16. Gavotte George Philipp Telemann 01:23
17. Hornpipe George Philipp Telemann 01:34
Triosonata In E Major 18:15
18. Siciliano George Philipp Telemann 02:07
19. Spiruoso George Philipp Telemann 02:00
20. Andante George Philipp Telemann 01:50
21. Vivace George Philipp Telemann 01:12
22. Largo George Philipp Telemann 02:38
23. Vivace George Philipp Telemann 02:40
24. Mesto George Philipp Telemann 02:19
25. Vivace George Philipp Telemann 03:26
Triosonata In D Minor 09:07
26. Andante George Philipp Telemann 02:34
27. Allegro Assai George Philipp Telemann 02:16
28. Largo George Philipp Telemann 02:14
29. Allegro George Philipp Telemann 02:01
Total time: 62:58

About this album

The communications age. Accessibility. Staying up to date. The latest fashion. All of them terms that we associate with our times. The nineties. The age of market-driven thinking. Open borders, cosmopolitanism. If someone were to travel backwards in time to the years from around 1710 to 1740, when the music on this CD was written, would be astonished not only by the efficient modes of communication, the accessibility, the speed with which fashions spread throughout Europe, but also by the market oriented thinking, the laws of supply and demand. The program recorded here bears witness to 18th-century modernity, communication, and fashion-consciousness. One thing is certain: the composer with whom we are dealing here, Georg, Philipp Telemann, had an unfailing sense for what the public wanted to hear, and he wanted to stay abreast of the latest fashions in the world of music. And so this is a cosmopolitan program: the most popular German composer of the 18th century is giving us his answer to the current European musical fashions from France and Italy.

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Music teachers (WWW)

(...) his sense of line is excellent and shape, direction and detail are evident. (...) Collaborating musicians are excellent. both complement the shape and nature of the oboe line. (...) (...) For a musically-illuminating performance of music for a Baroque trio, this CD is an important release. (...) (...) ..the trios playing is of such a high quality that lovers of Baroque chamber music cannot overlook it.

Fono Forum

(...) Bart Schneemann formt jede sonate zu einem individuellen Werk mit eigenen Schnheiten. (...)


Schneemann weet het onderste uit het instrument te halen: een prachtige sonore klank, een grappig gesnater, dunne elegante lijnen en een virtuoze, evenwichtige klankenreeks, prachtig aansluitend bij de wensen en klankwereld van de componist.

Klassik Heute

(...) Telemann ist ein Meister der Vielfalt. Bart Schneemann und seine Ensemblemitglieder sind erstklassige Vermittler seiner Kunst.

Klassieke Zaken

(...) hij treft het gemoed van de luisteraar tot in het allerdiepst. (...) (...) in de snelle delen is de veerkracht die van een badmintonshuttle die de grond nooit raakt. Kortom een heerlijke cd.

Klassik Heute: Empfehlung

De keuze van de maand (...)

Technical Specifications

Digital To Analog ConverterSony
Mastering EquimentSadie Audio system
Mastering EngineerJared Sacks
Mixing ConsoleRens Heijnis Custom made
MicrophonesBruel & Kjaer, Schoeps
Analog To Digital ConverterPrism 24 bit / Genex Recorder
Recording DateJune 1998
Recording LocationOld Catholic church, Delft, The Netherlands
EditingJared Sacks
Recording Engineerjared Sacks
ProducerJared Sacks, Bart Schneemann