Telemann - Harmonischer Gottes-Dienst Vol.4: Cantatas for middle voice, traverse & basso continuo 1
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Label: Toccata Classics
Cat No: TOCC0084
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 27th February 2012
WorksErscheine Gott in deinem Tempel, TWV1:471
Ihr Volker hort, TWV1:921
Vor des lichten Tages Schein, TWV:1483
Wandelt in der Liebe, TWV1:1498
Was ist mir doch das Ruhmen nutze?, TWV1:1521
Weg mit Sodoms gift'gen Fruchten, TWV1:1534
The cantatas are designated for voice, an obbligato instrument (recorder, violin, transverse flute or oboe) and basso continuo, and generally take the form of two da capo arias with an intervening recitative. Although intended for worship, both public and private, Telemann’s cantatas are a masterly blend of tunefulness with skilled counterpoint and vocal and instrumental virtuosity.
- Franz Vitzhum, counter‐tenor
- Peter Holtslag, transverse flute
- Hans Knut Sveen, harpsichord and organ
- Markku Luolajan‐Mikkola, Baroque cello and viol
Reviews of previous releases:
‘an incredibly good start to what looks to be a promising series… Telemann fans are going to have to make a lot of room on their record shelves’ - All Music Guide
‘After so much enjoying Bergen Barokk’s first disc for Toccata Classics I am delighted to see this group embarking on this new project…These are delightful works.’ - Classical Source
’these recordings are a real delight and provide a welcome introduction to an under-represented aspect of Telemann’s music’ - Music Web International
‘If I were giving an award for Baroque disc of the year, this one [Vol 2] would win it. Urgently recommended.’ - Fanfare
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