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Antonio Vivaldi - Chamber Concertos - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 8

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Antonio Vivaldi - Chamber Concertos - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 8

Antonio Vivaldi - Chamber Concertos - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 8
Frans Brüggen • Jaap Schörder • Anner Bylsma • Nikolaus Harnoncourt • Gustav Leonhardt
Baroque | Easy CD-DA, APE, Cue | No Log | 1 CD, covers | 299 MB | RS
Teldec 4509-97470 | 1995

The five concerti da camera for solo instruments and continuo contained in the present recording all date from around 1705 to 1720 and, interestingly, occupy the middle ground between the sonata da camera and the concerto for soloist and orchestra.
Chamber Concertos • Kammerkonzerte • Concertos de chambre

Concerto in D major RV 94
treble recorder, oboe, violin, bassoon and basso continuo
1. Allegro
2. Largo
3. Allegro

Concerto in D major RV 92
treble recorder, violin and violoncello
4. Allegro
5. [Larghetto]
6. Allegro

Concerto in G minor RV 105
treble recorder, oboe, violin, bassoon and basso continuo
7. Allegro
8. Largo
9. Allegro

Concerto in C major RV 87
treble recorder, oboe, two violins and basso continuo
10. Adagio, Allegro
11. Largo
12. Allegro assai

Concerto in A minor RV 108
treble recorder, two violins and basso continuo a-moll
13. Allegro
14. Adagio
15. Allegro

Frans Brüggen, recorder
Jürg Schaeftlein, oboe
Otto Fleischmann, bassoon
Alice Harnoncourt, Walter Pfeiffer [10-15], violin
Nikolaus Harnoncourt, violoncello
Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord


Concerto in C minor RV 441
treble recorder, strings and basso continuo c-moll
16. Allegro non molto
17.Largo
18 Presto

Frans Brüggen, recorder
Concentus musicus Wien
Nikolaus Harnoncourt & Frans Brüggen


Concerto in F major RV 442
treble recorder, strings and basso continuo (tutti gli instrumenti sordini)
19. Allegro non molto
20. Largo e cantabile
21. Allegro

Frans Brüggen, recorder
Concerto Amsterdam
Jaap Schörder, principal
Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord
Anner Bylsma, violoncello

Total timing: 63'29"

Recording location: Vienna, Casino Zögemitz, February 1968 [16-18]; March 1969 [1-15]; Bennebroek, Holland, January 1966 [19-21]