Allegro - Georg Philipp Telemann, Die Zagreber Solisten*, Antonio Janigro - Concertos
Label: Amadeo - AVRS 6078 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: Austria • Genre: Classical • Style: Baroque
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Feb 01, · It is told that Georg Philipp Telemann was more famous than J.S. Bach in Germany. So I think we can analogize the taste of the audience in the early eighteen century. For more specific, I'd like to add 'for wind instruments' after the title of this recording. Sometimes the trumpet concerto remind Handel's magnificant works/5(9).
Oct 28, · Georg Philipp Telemann's string concertos position themselves somewhere between the polyphonic complexity of the Bach orchestral sinfonias, the urbanity of Handel's concerti grossi, and Vivaldi's innumerable and endlessly delightful works of this type/5(19).
Mar 18, · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Georg Philipp Telemann- Concerto in A major for flute, violin, cello & strings- Allegro YouTube; Georg Philipp Telemann- Concerto in E major for flute.
Zagrebački Solisti, Antonio Janigro, Julius Baker, Hubert Jellinek, Georg Philipp Telemann, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – The Virtuoso Flute Label: Vanguard – BGS/5(1).
Georg Philipp Telemann, Die Zagreber Solisten*, Antonio Janigro Georg Philipp Telemann, Die Zagreber Solisten*, Antonio Janigro - Concertos (LP, Mono) Amadeo.
The former is piquant but penetrating, perhaps lean, while the latter is more pungent, even a bit musty. In the end, the two instruments can be substituted for each other with good success, as demonstrated by this first volume of the complete oboe concertos of Georg Philipp Telemann by virtuoso oboist Sarah Francis. She chooses a modern 8/