1] Perpetuum mobile; Concerto Polonois in G: Dolce; Polonaise in D Telemann Dance D 90 Collection Annae Szirmay-Keczer,1720 Polonesie Telemann (Rostock man.) Pode dworem D 79 Collection A. Szirmay-Keczer Polonesie I, II Telemann (Rostock man.) Melodiarium G10 Collection A. Szirmay-Keczer Concerto Polonois in B: Largo Telemann Melodiurium G 11 Coll. A. Szirmay-Keczer Concerto Polonois in G: Allegro Telemann
2] Les Janissaires Telemann Nota Kurucz I + II Collection Uhrovec, 1730 Zela trovke Collection A. Szirmay-Keczer
8] Mezzetin en Turc Telemann Dance 277 Collection Uhrovec Les Turcs Telemann
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It goes without saying that Telemann had a thorough command of the French and Italian styles. Countless ensembles, including ours, have played such pieces. In ‘Barbaric Beauty’ we follow a completely different path by focussing on Telemann's Polish style. At least, this is how he described the pieces he wrote after discovering the music played along the Polish-Hungarian border. It was at the beginning of his career, when he was just 25 years old, that he heard sounds that were to inspire him throughout his life.
On this recording Holland Baroque Society meets Miloš Valent - specialist both in Baroque music and 18th-century Central- European folk music. They play folk music from the heart of Europe, and Baroque music influenced by folk music from Telemann, among others. This program demonstrates the centuries-old influence of ‘popular’ music on ‘art’ music: a kind of world-music avant la lettre. Supported by cimbalon-player and flautist Jan Rokyta, Holland Baroque Society and Valent show the influence of folk music on baroque art-music, and highlight two important aspects shared by both styles: ‘groove’ and improvisation. Alongside the Concerto ‘Polonois’, they present dance music from the folk-music collection Melodarium/ Szirmay-Keczer, melodies and dances from the Uhrovec Collection (1730), collections from which Telemann chose his favourite folk tunes. Beyond this, you never quite know what'll happen when Miloš arrives…
Perpetuum Mobile / Concerto Polonois In G: Dolce / Polonaise In D / Dance 90 / Polonesie / Pode Dworem D 79 / Polonesie I, II / Melodiarium / Concerto Polonois In B: Largo / Melodiurium G 11 / Concerto Polonois In G: Allegro
Les Janissaires / Nota Kurucz I + II / Zela Trovke
Mourky / Alkmaerder Hout, Murky, Overgaan Van Door-Nik / Les Moscovites / Dance 298 / Hungaricus 22
Dance 322 / Dopschensis / Adagio / Ach Ma Myla Co Myslis / Dance 325 / Melodiarium B-14 / Hungaricus 35
Hanaquoise / Songs: Dalat Mu Dala, Dobras Bila Kdy Te Milovali / Hanac I-Ii-Iii, Vivement
Two Dances / En Kitzvo / Two Dances
Marche / Verbung Per Il Violino / Ungarici No. 2,3,5 Hungarice / Hungaricus 34