Telemann Concertos & cantata Ihr Volker Hort

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Tracklist

1.
Concerto in E major - Andante
03:19
2.
Concerto in E major - Allegro
05:27
3.
Concerto in E major - Siciliana
03:19
4.
Concerto in E major - Vivace
04:26
5.
Concerto in A minor - Grave
03:57
6.
Concerto in A minor - Allegro
04:21
7.
Concerto in A minor - Dolce
03:40
8.
Concerto in A minor - Allegro
04:16
9.
Cantata Ihr Volker hort - Aria
05:37
10.
Cantata Ihr Volker hort - Recitative
03:11
11.
Cantata Ihr Volker hort - Aria Halleluja
03:08
12.
Concerto in D major - Moderato
02:28
13.
Concerto in D major - Allegro
03:47
14.
Concerto in D major - Largo
03:54
15.
Concerto in D major - Vivace
03:18
16.
Concerto a 4 in A minor - Adagio
02:29
17.
Concerto a 4 in A minor - Allegro
01:48
18.
Concerto a 4 in A minor - Adagio
01:41
19.
Concerto a 4 in A minor - Vivace
04:08
20.
Overture in F major - Ouverture
03:30
21.
Overture in F major - Courante
01:40
22.
Overture in F major - Bourree I,II
02:45
23.
Overture in F major - Loure I,II
03:48
24.
Overture in F major - Menuet I,II
02:22
25.
Overture in F major - Forlane
02:32
26.
Overture in F major - La Tempete
03:32

Description

Georg Philipp Telemann came from an affluent but unmusical family. Though he showed early promise as a performer and composer, his mother had other ideas and tried to discourage him by confiscating all his musical instruments. As a law student in Leipzig, however, he became increasingly involved in ‘extra-curricular’ musical activities. He composed a cantata every two weeks and had written four operas by the time he gave in totally to his real passion. Fame and fortune in a creative artist’s lifetime do not necessarily presage the judgement of posterity. Throughout Germany Telemann basked in the sunshine of success, far eclipsing his contemporary colleague and occasional competitor Johann Sebastian Bach. In 1722 he was chosen by the city fathers of Leipzig for the position of Kantor at the St.Thomas Choir School; Bach was approached and secured this position only after Telemann had turned the offer down. When City Councillor Platz announced the appointment of Bach as Kantor for the churches in Leipzig in 1723, his pronouncement stated, “Since the best man could not be obtained, mediocre ones would have to be accepted.” Telemann had no intention of going to Leipzig. He simply used the offer to improve his bargaining position at Hamburg, where he established himself as Kantor of the five main churches in the city and ultimately as Director of the Hamburg Opera (an unheard of combination that annoyed the city fathers). He remained in Hamburg until his death in 1767

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Artists

Editing software

Pyramix

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Cables

van den Hul

Digital converters

Grimm AD 64fs

Composers

Mastering room

Grimm LS1

Mastering engineer

<p class="p1"><span class="s1">The recording was originally digitized using the Grimm AD1, which operates at DSD64. The original session tracks were edited and rebalanced (which meant going through the mixer)  in the only available format for that purpose; the Pyramix 352.8KHz/24bit PCM (DXD). Prior to the advent of direct digital delivery, the next step in the production process from 352.8KHz/24bit PCM would be the DSD64 edited master for SACD production. What we have done now is also make a direct conversion to DSD128 and DSD256 from that original DXD edited master, without going through any interim processing steps.</span></p>
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<p class="p1"><span class="s1">Those DXD to DSD conversions are not up-samplings, as they would be going from one PCM sampling rate to another, for they are different encoding systems. PCM is a digital value sample based system, and DSD is a digital bit density modulated system. Conversion from any PCM sample rate to any DSD bit rate system is a remodulation, not an up-sampling.</span></p>
<p><span style="font-family: Helvetica; font-size: 12px; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000;">We feel there is an audio advantage to this process in using the original files so we give you the choice and you can decide.</span></p>
<p>Jared Sacks</p>

Microphones

Bruel & Kyaer, Schoeps

Mixing board

Rens Heijnis custom design

Producer

Jared Sacks, Ashley Solomon

Recording engineer

Jared Sacks

Recording location

St Michael’s Church, Highgate, London,

Recording software

Merging

Recording type bit rate

DSD64

Press reviews

Klassieke Zaken

(…) de concerten plus de cantate Ihr Völker
hUort klinken uit de instrumenten van Florilegium als een ‘hemels huwelijk’.
(…)

Diapason 5 stars

(…) La prise de son est superbe (…)

Tijdschrift Oude Muziek

(…) pittige uitvoeringen en bovendien een mooie
vocale bijdrage van mezzosopraan Clare Wilkinson. (…)

Gramophone, Editors Choice

Luister 9 5 out of 5

De Gelderlander 6.25 out of 5

Een van de toppers binnen de wereld van de Oude Muziek viert nu zijn zilveren jubileum en doet dat met gouden klanken. (…) Uiteraard is geluidsexpert Jared Sacks van Channel Classics de aangewezen partner om het recital te vangen in een welluidende weergave. Hij laat de instrumenten hun natuurlijke uitstraling behouden en waakt voor voldoende detaillering in de samenklanken. (…) De keuze van de concerten is aantrekkelijk, net als het spel zelf.

Classics FM – CD of the Week

One reviewer has described the relationship between Florilegium and Telemann as “a marriage made in heaven” and there’s no sign of this marriage facing any tempestuous waters as they reach their silver anniversary. (…)The music is performed with consummate skill and verve.

BBC Music Magazine Recording of the Month

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