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TELEMANN, Christine Brandes, Musica Pacifica

Chamber Cantatas and Trio Sonatas

Telemann - Chamber Cantatas and Trio Sonatas - Musica Pacifica Sonata No. 6 in D Major from 'Sonates Corellisantes' - 01. Pastorale: Moderato (2:38) 02. 'Corrente: Vivace (2:13) 03. 'Gavotta: Allegro (1:57) 04. 'Grave (0:54) 05. 'Vivace (1:48) Cantata No. 4 In gering- und rauhen Schalen (Brandes) - 06. Aria: in gering- und rauhe Schalen (4:50) 07. 'Recitative: O Eitelkeit (2:27) 08. 'Aria: Nicht uns, nein, nein (3:38) Cantata No. 33 Ergeuß dich zur Salbung der Schmachtenden Seele (Lane) - 09. Aria: Ergeuß dich zur Salbung (6:47) 10. 'Recitative: Samaria empfing den heiligen Geist (2:18) 11. 'Aria: Schwarzer Geist der Dunkelheit (6:57) Sonata No. 4 in E Major from 'Sonates Corellisantes' - 12. Andante (1:33) 13. 'Allemanda: Allegro (3:02) 14. 'Largo (1:36) 15. 'Giga (2:21) Cantata No. 45 Durchsuche dich, O stolzer Geist (Brandes) - 16. Aria: Durchsuche dich O stolzer Geist (6:52) 17. 'Recitative: Ach, welcher sich (1:47) 18. 'Aria: Herr der Gnade, Gott des Lichts (4:21) Cantata No. 1 Halt ein mit deinem Wetterstrahle (Lane) - 19. Aria: Halt ein mit deinem Wetterstrahle (3:16) 20. 'Recitative: Beglückte Stunden (2:06) 21. 'Aria: Hemmet die Bäche (3:44) Cantata No. 53 Erwag', O Mensch (Brandes) - 22. Aria: O Mensch (4:21) 23. 'Recitative: Ja! wer die Süßigkeit (1:05) 24. 'Aria: Ergetzende Ruhe begnadigter Herzen (4:45)
  • Christine Brandes - soprano
  • Musica Pacifica - orchestra
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Nr kat.: DOR93239
Label  : DORIAN (USA)

Telemann could be exuberantly grotesque and also almost inhumanly serious. He loved large and brash and sometimes outre instrumental ensembles, and wrote brilliantly for them, but he also wrote copiously for small groups and for amateurs, in the most elegant style. One or two of his cantatas were once pardonably mistaken for Bach, and one or two movements of his orchestral suites might even now be mistaken for a mid-twentieth-century composer in a puckish mood. He is, in short, rather a difficult personality to pin down. The music on this program belongs to the simpler and more straightforward end of the Telemannian spectrum, and all dates from his first fifteen years in the employ of the City of Hamburg, an appointment he held from 1721 until his deatlh in 1767. That position was an arduous one, entailing (among other things) supplying the music of Hamburg's five principal churches. Telemann was responsible for two cantatas each Sunday and feast-day (that is, better than one hundred forty cantatas a year), as well as one Passion setting yearly and music for innumerable civic and occasional functions. - Michelle Dulak