PIETER HELLENDAAL – 6 CONCERTI GROSSI

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Tracklist

1.
Concerto I - Ouverture
02:34
2.
Concerto I - Largo
01:53
3.
Concerto I - Presto
00:00
4.
Concerto I - Menuet
01:54
5.
Concerto II - Ouverture
01:02
6.
Concerto II - Allegro
00:00
7.
Concerto II - Affettuoso
01:31
8.
Concerto II - Presto
00:00
9.
Concerto II - Borea
00:00
10.
Concerto III - Largo
01:24
11.
Concerto III - Allegro
01:14
12.
Concerto III - Adagio
01:43
13.
Concerto III - Alla breve
00:00
14.
Concerto III - March
00:00
15.
Concerto IV - Grave sostenuto
02:22
16.
Concerto IV - Alla breve
01:11
17.
Concerto IV - Affettuoso
00:00
18.
Concerto IV - Presto
00:00
19.
Concerto IV - Pastorale
00:00
20.
Concerto V - Largo
02:37
21.
Concerto V - Allegro
02:40
22.
Concerto V - Larghetto
02:32
23.
Concerto V - Allegro
01:39
24.
Concerto V - March
01:52
25.
Concerto VI - Largo
01:04
26.
Concerto VI - Allegro
02:51
27.
Concerto VI - Adagio
00:00
28.
Concerto VI - Allegro
00:00
29.
Concerto VI - Menuet
01:03

Description

Pieter Hellendaal is one of those curiously elusive figures from the past, whose life, spent industriously in a musical backwater, left little impression on history, but whose surviving music, although modest in quantity, is of surprising quality. This is the first complete recording of his magnificant Six Grand Concertos op. 3, undoubtedly one of the finest sets of concerti grossi published in England during the eighteenth century, though surely one of the most unjustly neglected today.

Additional information

Artists

Recording location

Chapel of the Hertford College, Oxford England

Mastering equiment

Sony digital Editor 3000

Mastering engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Mixing console

Rens Heijnis Custom made

Microphones

Bruel & Kjaer, Schoeps

Recording format

PCM 44.1

Analog to digital converter

dCS900

Recording date

September 1991

Editing

Bert van der Wolf

Composers

Recording engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Producer

Ted Diehl

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Format

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Label

Genre

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Conductors

Digital to analog converter

Sony

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(…) Roy Goodman is more relaxed with this period instruments group than Ive ever heard him (…)

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