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Mr. Handel's Trumpeters: English Trumpet Music from Purcell to Handel - Barocktrompeten Ensemble Berlin, Johann Plietzsch (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/88,2kHz
Mr. Handel's Trumpeters: English Trumpet Music from Purcell to Handel - Barocktrompeten Ensemble Berlin, Johann Plietzsch (2015) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/88,2kHz

Сomposer: Various
Artist: Barocktrompeten Ensemble Berlin, Johann Plietzsch
Title: Mr. Handel's Trumpeters: English Trumpet Music from Purcell to Handel
Genre: Classical
Label: © Raumklang
Release Date: 2015
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 88,2kHz/24bit
Source: eClassical
Duration: 57:53
Recorded: Oktober, 2014 in der Lindenkirche, Berlin-Wilmersdorf

George Frideric Handel had an outstanding trumpeter in his orchestra: Valentine Snow. "Mr. Handel's Trumpeter," as he was later called, inspired Handel to write numerous tailor-made trumpet parts for him. In contrast to his contemporaries, Handel was interested less in virtuosity, than in mellifluous sound and dramatic effect, as reflected in the pieces on this CD. The point of departure for the recording is provided by the trumpet music of Purcell and his contemporaries, music that clearly displays Italian influence and formed the foundation for Handel's compositions.
Johann Plietzsch lets his Baroque Trumpet Ensemble Berlin resound richly colored on this third Raumklang CD with eight trumpets, timpani, and basso continuo, perfectly balanced dramatically with the soft tones of the lute and organ.



Georg Friedrich Händel hatte in seinem Orchester einen außergewöhnlich begabten Trompeter – Valentine Snow. „Mr. Handel’s Trumpeter“, wie er später genannt wurde, inspirierte Händel zu zahlreichen Trompetenpartien, die er ihm auf den Leib schrieb. Im Gegensatz zu seinen Zeitgenossen setzte Händel dabei weniger auf Virtuosität, sondern mehr auf melodischen Klang und dramatische Effekte, wie auch die Stücke dieser CD widerspiegeln. Den zeitlichen Anfangspunkt der Aufnahme liefert die Trompetenmusik von Purcell und seinen Zeitgenossen, die ganz deutlich italienische Einflüsse aufweist und auf deren Grundlage Händels Kompositionen entstanden.
Farbenprächtig lässt Johann Plietzsch sein Barocktrompeten Ensemble Berlin auf dieser dritten Raumklang-CD erschallen mit acht Trompeten, Pauken und Basso Continuo, dramaturgisch perfekt abgestimmt mit leisen Zwischentönen von Laute und Orgel.


Tracklist:
Henry Purcell (1659 - 1695)
Who can from joy refrain ?, Z. 342
1. I. Overture 02:30
2. II. Larghetto 01:12
3. III. March 01:22
4. IV. Adagio 00:49
5. V. Chaconne 03:51
6. Crown the altar, deck the shrine, Z. 321/6 02:28
Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
Suite aus: Watermusic, HWV 348-350
7. I. Overture 02:05
8. II. Hornpipe 03:14
9. III. Air 01:44
10. IV. Lentement 01:40
11. V. Minuet 01:03
12. VI. Air 01:34
13. VII. Bourée 01:07
John Dowland (1563-1626)
14. A Fancy 03:08
Godfrey Keller (ca. 1650-1704)
Royal Trumpet Suite
15. I. Allegro 00:55
16. II. Roundo 01:45
17. III. Menuett 01:08
18. IV. Fugue 01:40
19. V. Adagio 00:46
20. VI. Chaconne 03:30
21. VII. Aria 01:24
Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
22. Suite in F major, HWV 427 03:30
Jeremiah Clarke (ca. 1674-1707)
23. Trumpet Tune 00:56
24. Slow Air 01:00
25. Trumpet Tune da capo 01:03
John Shore (ca. 1662-1753)
26. Shore’s Trumpet 01:08
27. Marlborough’s Funeral March 01:24
28. Shore’s Trumpet da capo 01:14
Jeremiah Clarke (ca. 1674-1707)
29. The Serenade & Minuett 02:00
30. Rondo 00:59
31. Gigue 01:39
Nicola Mattheis (1650-1714)
32. Aria 02:08
Jeremiah Clarke (ca. 1674-1707)
33. Round-O: The Prince of Denmark's March 01:57


Personnel:
Barocktrompeten Ensemble Berlin
Johann Plietzsch, conductor


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