Klingende Hamburgensien

CD album cover 'Klingende Hamburgensien' (GEN 17462) with La Porta Musicale, Gabriele Steinfeld, Anke Dennert

GEN 17462 EAN: 4260036254624

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The works by Georg Philipp Telemann and his north German colleagues presented on this GENUIN release, featuring Baroque violinist Gabriele Steinfeld and harpsichordist Anke Dennert, reveal no hint of the coolness associated with the Hanseatic city. The full range of passion from an epoch overflowing with artistic energy is captured by the two musicians, on instruments that were already being played on the Elbe when the young Telemann was demonstrating his almost southern temperament in the city. What’s more, their violin from 1680 and harpsichord from 1716 tell us gripping musical tales by Johann Schop, Matthias Weckmann, and Thomas Baltzar. In Telemann’s own words: let us come forth and be joyful!

La Porta Musicale
Gabriele Steinfeld Violin
Anke Dennert Harpsichord

The works by Georg Philipp Telemann and his north German colleagues presented on this GENUIN release, featuring Baroque violinist Gabriele Steinfeld and harpsichordist Anke Dennert, reveal no hint of the coolness associated with the Hanseatic city. The full range of passion from an epoch overflowing with artistic energy is captured by the two musicians, on instruments that were already being played on the Elbe when the young Telemann was demonstrating his almost southern temperament in the city. What’s more, their violin from 1680 and harpsichord from 1716 tell us gripping musical tales by Johann Schop, Matthias Weckmann, and Thomas Baltzar. In Telemann’s own words: let us come forth and be joyful!

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Tracklist

  1. Johann Schop (1590–1667)
    ’t Uitnement Kabinet
    Sine titulo
  2. Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767)
    Sonata 1 in G minor TWV 41:g1
    from: Six Sonates à Violon seul acompagné par le Clavessin
  3. Johann Schop
    ’t Uitnement Kabinet
    Lachrime pavaen
  4. Als Jupiter gedacht
  5. Nobelman
  6. Georg Philipp Telemann
    Sonata for Violin and Basso continuo in F major TWV 41:F4
    from: Essercizii Musici
  7. Thomas Baltzar (1631–1663)
    Praeludium in C minor
  8. Thomas Baltzar
    Allemande in G minor
  9. Matthias Weckmann (1616–1674)
    Four Variations on the Song “Die lieblichen Blicke”
  10. Georg Philipp Telemann
    Sonata 3 for Violino and Basso continuo in E minor TWV 41:e2
    from: 12 Sonate Metodiche, Opera XIII
  11. Johann Schop
    ’t Uitnement Kabinet
    Almande
  12. Courante
  13. Georg Philipp Telemann
    Partita 4 in G minor TWV 41:g2
    from: Die kleine Cammer-Music
  14. Johann Schop
    ’t Uitnement Kabinet
    Nasce la pena mia

The works by Georg Philipp Telemann and his north German colleagues presented on this GENUIN release, featuring Baroque violinist Gabriele Steinfeld and harpsichordist Anke Dennert, reveal no hint of the coolness associated with the Hanseatic city. The full range of passion from an epoch overflowing with artistic energy is captured by the two musicians, on instruments that were already being played on the Elbe when the young Telemann was demonstrating his almost southern temperament in the city. What’s more, their violin from 1680 and harpsichord from 1716 tell us gripping musical tales by Johann Schop, Matthias Weckmann, and Thomas Baltzar. In Telemann’s own words: let us come forth and be joyful!