Westhoff: Imitazione del liuto (from Sonate a Violino solo, Sonata II)

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Daniel Hope - Air

Label:

DG

Catalogue No:

4778094

Discs:

1

Release date:

19th Oct 2009

Barcode:

0028947780946

Length:

63 minutes

Medium:

CD
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Daniel Hope - Air

A baroque journey


anon.:

Greensleeves to a Ground

arr.: Olivier Fourés

Bach, J S:

Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV1068: Air ('Air on a G String')

Falconieri:

Ciaccona

La suave melodia

Passacalle à 3

Geminiani:

Concerto grosso after Corelli, No. 5 in G minor

arr. of Arcangelo Corelli's Sonata for Violin and Basso continuo, op. 5 no. 5

Handel:

Sarabande from Suite in D minor, HWV437

arr.: Olivier Fourés

Leclair, J-M:

Tambourin

Marini, B:

Passacaglia à 4, Op. 22

Matteis the elder:

Diverse Bizzarie Sopra La Vecchia Sarabanda O Pur Ciaconna

Ground after the Scotch Humour

Ortiz, D:

Ricercata segunda

Pachelbel:

Canon & Gigue

Telemann:

Concerto TWV 51:a1 in A minor for violin (or oboe), strings & b.c.

Valente, A:

Gaillarda Napolitana

Westhoff:

Imitazione delle campane (from Sonate a Violino Solo, Sonata III

La guerra così nominato di sua maesta (from Sonata in A major "La Guerra")

Imitazione del liuto (from Sonate a Violino solo, Sonata II)


Daniel Hope (violin)

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Air sets out to trace a baroque journey. It is the story of four unique composers, three of whom were virtuoso violinists - Falconiero, Matteis and Geminiani from Italy, and Westhoff from Germany. They wandered throughout Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries in search of musical inspiration and cross-pollination, and their music and art of performance intrigued and delighted kings, contemporaries and audiences alike

This album shows how diverse the music of the baroque era was. Air blends the simplest and at times most primitive forms of dance music with the most sophisticated and revolutionary compositions of the day, culminating in a work by Bach - the great master, whose title is Hope’s inspiration for this collection, that also includes hits like Pachelbel’s Canon or Handel’s Sarabande

Daniel Hope, who developed the concept of this album throughout the last months, will be an excellent and charismatic spokesperson for this exciting project.

Andrea Falconieri: Chaconne in G Major

Chaconne in G Major

George Frideric Handel: Suite No.15 in D minor for Harpsichord, HWV 447

3. Sarabande

Diego Ortiz: Ricercata segunda

Ricercata segunda

Andrea Falconieri: La suave melodia

La suave melodia

Biagio Marini: Passacalio in G minor

Passacalio in G minor

Nicola Matteis: "La Vecchia Sarabanda"

"La Vecchia Sarabanda"

Johann Pachelbel: Canon and Gigue in D major

1. Canon

2. Gigue

Georg Philipp Telemann: Concerto for Violin concertato, Strings and Basso continuo in A minor, TWV 51:A1

Adagio

Allegro

Presto

Johann Paul von Westhoff: Sonata for Violin and Continuo III

Imitazione delle Campane

Nicola Matteis: Ground after the Scotch Humour

Ground after the Scotch Humour

Francesco Geminiani: Concerto grosso No.5 in G minor - Concerto grosso No.5 in G minor - Arr. from Corelli's Sonata Op.5 No. 5

1. Adagio

2. Vivace

3. Adagio

4. Allegro

Antonio Valente: Gagliarda Napolitana

Gagliarda Napolitana

Andrea Falconieri: Passacaglia in G Minor

Passacaglia in G Minor

Jean-Marie Leclair: Tambourin

Tambourin

Anonymous: Greensleeves

Greensleeves

Johann Paul von Westhoff: Sonata "La guerra" in A Major

La Guerra cosí nominata di sua maestà

Johann Paul von Westhoff: Sonata for Violin and Continuo II

Imitazione del Liuto. Presto

Johann Sebastian Bach: Suite No.3 in D, BWV 1068

2. Air

Nicola Matteis: Aria Burlesca

Aria Burlesca

BBC Music Magazine

Christmas 2009

****

“In all, here's a striking demonstration of the sheer variety and invention of Baroque violin composers… Although by no means 'period' performances… they are admirably stylish. Hope uses vibrato as a colour and there are some delightful hues in the five continuo options, plucked and keyed.”

Gramophone Magazine

November 2009

“…this is an exciting disc with a heady, pied-piper power over the listener that comes from realising that the bright sense of discovery once felt by these composers is being experienced just as much by their modern-day interpreters.”

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