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VA - Late Baroque Chamber Music - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 5

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VA - Late Baroque Chamber Music - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 5

VA - Late Baroque Chamber Music - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 5
Baroque | Easy CD-DA, APE, Cue | No Log | 1 CD, covers | 312 MB | RS
Teldec 4509-97467 | 1995

The dividing line between middle and late Baroque is a matter of some debate. Dates for the beginning of "late" baroque style range from 1680 to 1720. In no small part this is because there was not one synchronized transition; different national styles experienced changes at different rates and at different times

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Quartet in D minor TWV 43:d1

two transverse flutes, recorder and basso continuo
from: Musique de table, Vol. II, Hamburg 1733

Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758)
Quartet in G major

transverse flute, two recorders and basso continuo

Jean-Baptiste [John] Loeillet (1680-1730)
Quintet in B minor

two transverse flutes, two recorders ["flauti di voce", voice flutes] and basso continuo

Johann Joachim Quantz (1697-1773)
Trio sonata in C major

recorder, transverse flute and basso continuo

Frans Vester, Joost Tromp, transverse flute
Frans Brüggen, Jeanette van Wingerden, recorder
Brian Pollard, bassoon
Anner Bylsma, violoncello
Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord
Registered in 1964


Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725)
Sonata in F major

three treble recorders and basso continuo

Frans Brüggen, Kees Boeke, Walter van Hauwe, recorder
Wouter Möller, violoncello
Bob van Asperen, harpsichord
Registered in 1979



Johann Mattheson (1681-1764)
Sonata IV in G minor op.1 no.3

three treble recorders

Frans Brüggen, Kees Boeke, Walter van Hauwe, recorder
Registered in 1979


Total timing: 60'31"