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Telemann: Triples Concertis
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Telemann: Triples Concertis

1 septembre 2006 | Format : MP3

EUR 9,99 (TVA incluse le cas échéant)
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Détails sur le produit

  • Date de sortie d'origine : 1 septembre 2006
  • Date de sortie: 1 septembre 2006
  • Label: Chandos Records
  • Durée totale: 1:00:20
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  • ASIN: B00287NSHU

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Good sound 17 mars 2003
Par esseyo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm generally not a big fan of Telemann, however all 4 pieces on this recording are pleasing and interesting. The performance by of the Collegium Musicum 90 is excellent; and although the playing style is mainstream, it is never bland thanks in part to articulate playing from the soloists. The recorded sound is just right (not in your face) and instruments seem naturally balanced (not extensively manipulated).
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Sparkling Invention and Performance 8 août 2010
Par David J. Friedlander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I enjoy Telemann's music and when it is played well, one can gain some understanding about why he was so widely known and why his reputation exceeded even J.S. Bach during their lifetimes. The elements of Telemann's music that make it successful are evident enough - continuous invention, ingenious mixing of instrumental sonorities, brilliant sense of timing, advantagious use of folk elements - just to name a few. He had no fear of chromaticism, but when compared with Bach, his genial music often is considered lightweight. I admit that some of the time, his music can seem more like a diversion than a serious artistic statement. There is a danger however in characterizing him this way. If you delve into his music without preconception, I think it is possible to find much beauty and yes, even profundity. To capture this, listen to how masterfully he can extend a phrase. Also to be considered is the forward pointing aspects, even foreshadowing Classicism. Notice how naturally singing his melodies are. Often one can find hints of pathos blended in as well, setting the stage for Mozart and Schubert. His handling of themes is deft and one can learn a great deal from his wonderful mixing of different instrumental combinations throughout his works.

Specifically on this disc, contrasts of mood are striking in the Concerto in F major. This piece reminds me of the style and weight of a Bach Brandenburg Concerto. The opening is delightful, bubbling with energy while maintaining a congenial flow. The slow movement is a deep contrast and an excellent example of the pathos previously mentioned. I really enjoy the last work, the E major Concerto. It is memorable and illustrates Telemann's wonderful sense of blending and proportion. The opening movement, marked Andante unfolds slowly with an air of mystery. Here Telemann uses chromaticism and a measured, deliberate voice movement and the result has gravitas not normally ascribed to this composer. The following Allegro has power generated by a broad melody that is moved around deftly through related keys. A viola d'amore alternates with flute and oboe and all instruments engage in a back and forth call and response that has charm while never losing forward direction. Instrumental blending is really impressive here. He doesn't overwork his ideas and never drives them beyond their usefullness. I can't recall Telemann ever dragging on too long in a movement and there are only a few great composers that consistantly did this too. The next movement, a siciliano returns to the general feel of the earlier Andante but here the character is a bit lighter. Just when you think the music will begin to become routine, Telemann lays out a surprise harmonic change seemingly borrowed from far into the future that puts a sharper edge on the music. The Vivace Finale mirrors the 2nd movement Allegro in style and spirit. All together it adds up to a highly enjoyable work of considerable weight and value. It should be better known.

The playing on this recording is an absolute joy. It is cleanly articulated and all the players are beautifully synchronized with each other. To toss out the cliche' "it couldn't be bettered" really doesn't tell you anything and in all probability is untrue. Who knows how far performance can be improved? In any case, the playing is very alive and spirited. This is balanced with playing technique that is highly assured. I don't get a sense of self-consciousness, disconnect or showyness. This is real chamber playing with natural give and take. It is frankly, delightful and I have played this disc as much as any other in my collection. I keep going back to it because it always gives pleasure from start to end. I recommend this highly to any classical music fan. Strict modernists may find this out of their frame of reference, but other than that I don't think you need to be enamoured with the Baroque or Classical periods of music to enjoy this music. It should have wide appeal from what I can tell, this is just a superior recording of great music.
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Recommended Performance of Telemann Concertos 8 janvier 2009
Par K. Scott Proctor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recording, performed by Collegium Musicum 90, represents an good performance of Telemann's work.

I find Telemann to be one of the more under appreciated composers from the Baroque Period, and this recording offers a clear rendition of some impressive and moving music. The performance, while feeling a bit paced, is clear and of the sound quality is good.
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One of my favorites 26 décembre 2010
Par H. Domke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is one of my favorite recordings of Baroque music. I've listened to a lot of music this past year and this one gives me the most pleasure. Particularly remarkable are the performances by Simon Standage on violin and Rachel Brown on flute. They both seem relaxed and tones they produce trigger a tremendously satisfying visceral response. The last piece on this disc (the Concerto in E major) was not as satisfying as the rest of the music. The quality of the recording was also ideal; that is true for all the Chandos CDs i've heard with Standage as the director.
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Very enjoyable Telemann 20 mars 2013
Par Sid Nuncius - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a hugely enjoyable disc of four of Telemann's concerti for multiple instruments. I think Telemann is a much better composer than he is often given credit for - he was greatly admired by Bach for one thing, so he can't have been too bad - and these excellent concerti show him to be tuneful, thoughtful and often very harmonically interesting. There are some charming and sometimes thrilling quicker movements, the slower movements have real emotional content and his mastery of his solo instruments and orchestral colour is very evident.

Simon Standage and Collegium Musicum 90 play it wonderfully. The soloists are excellent. The three violinists, for example, are Standage himself, Michaela Comberti and Rachel Weiss, which is a fantastic line-up. I have sometimes found Anthony Robson's oboe playing a little lacking in fluency, but he plays beautifully here, as do the other soloists and the ensemble are, as always, top-notch.

If, like many people, you still think that Telemann wrote reams and reams of undistinguished Baroque wallpaper this would be a very good disc to change your mind. With excellent recorded sound and very attractive presentation it's a lovely disc all round and very warmly recommended.
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