Dall'Abaco, Porpora, Marcello, Tartini, Telemann - Concertos - English Concert & Harry Bicket - 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Dall’Abaco, Porpora, Marcello, Tartini, Telemann – Concertos – English Concert & Harry Bicket – 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Dall’Abaco, Porpora, Marcello, Tartini, Telemann
Orchestra: English Concert
Conductor: Harry Bicket
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 96kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Signum Classics
Size: 1.35 GB
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Dall’Abaco · Porpora · Marcello · Tartini · Telemann – Concertos

Evaristo Felice Dall’Abaco (1675 – 1742)

Concerto a più istrumenti, Op. 5: No. 6 in D Major

01. I. Allegro
02. II. Aria: Cantabile
03. III. Ciaconna
04. IV. Rondeau
05. V. Allegro

Nicola Porpora (1686 – 1768)

Cello Concerto in G Major

06. I. Amoroso
07. II. Allegro
08. III. Largo
09. IV. A tempo giusto

Alessandro Marcello (1673 – 1747)

Oboe Concerto in D Minor, S. Z799

10. I. Allegro moderato
11. III. Allegro
12. III. Presto

Giuseppe Tartini (1692 – 1770)

Violin Concerto in B Minor, D. 125, “Lascia ch’io dica addio”

13. I. Allegro assai
14. II. Larghetto, “Lascia ch’io dica addio”
15. III. Allegro

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767)

Viola Concerto in G Major, TWV 51:G9

16. I. Largo
17. II. Allegro
18. III. Andante
19. IV. Presto

The English Concert:

Alfonso Leal del Ojo – viola
Katharina Spreckelsen – oboe
Joseph Crouch – cello
Nadja Zwiener – violin
Harry Bicket – director, harpsichord

English Concert
is one of Europe’s leading chamber orchestras specializing in historically informed performance. Created by Trevor Pinnock in 1973, the orchestra appointed Harry Bicket as its Artistic Director in 2007. Bicket is renowned for his work with singers and vocal collaborators, including in recent seasons Lucy Crowe, Elizabeth Watts, Sarah Connolly, Joyce DiDonato, Alice Coote and Iestyn Davies.

The English Concert has a wide touring brief and the 2014-15 season will see them appear both across the UK and abroad. Recent highlights include European and US tours with Alice Coote, Joyce DiDonato, David Daniels and Andreas Scholl as well as the orchestra’s first tour to mainland China. Harry Bicket directed The English Concert and Choir in Bach’s Mass in B Minor at the 2012 Leipzig Bachfest and later that year at the BBC proms, a performance that was televised for BBC4. Following the success of Handel’s Radamisto in New York 2013, Carnegie Hall has commissioned one Handel opera each season from The English Concert. Theodora followed in early 2014, which toured West Coast of the USA as well as the Théâtre des Champs Elysées Paris and the Barbican London followed by a critically acclaimed tour of Alcina in October 2014. Future seasons will see performances of Handel’s Hercules and Orlando.

The English Concert’s discography includes more than 100 recordings with Trevor Pinnock for Deutsche Grammophon Archiv, and a series of critically acclaimed CDs for Harmonia Mundi with violinist Andrew Manze. Recordings with Harry Bicket have been widely praised, including Lucy Crowe’s debut solo recital, Il caro Sassone. In October EMI Classics released Sound the Trumpet, a recording of Baroque music for trumpet with Alison Balsom and the English Concert directed by Trevor Pinnock. A recording with music by Handel and mezzo-soprano Alice Coote was released in the autumn of 2014.

The English Concert works with several distinguished guest directors, including violinist Fabio Biondi and harpsichordist Laurence Cummings.

Founded in 1973 by Trevor Pinnock, the English Concert has been a leading light in the performance of Baroque and Classical music for for over 40 years. Under their present Artistic Director Harry Bicket and with distinguished guest artists they continue to perform with the passion, sophistication and technical mastery established at their creation. Such is the commitment and passion that their players bring to every performance. Drawn not only from home-grown talent, The English Concert can boast a truly international cast of musicians. Soloists in their own right, and backed-up by scholarly knowledge of style and genre, the close-knit relationship between their musicians makes for a truly special blend of sound. This new recording features the talents of these soloists in performances of Concertii by Telemann, Marcello, Dall’Abaco, Tartini and Porpora.




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