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Johann David Heinichen - Dresden Concerti (Goebel) [1993]

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Cd1

01 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 234 - Vivace
02 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 234 - Adagio
03 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 234 - Un poco Allegro
04 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 234 - Allegro
05 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 235 - Vivace play
06 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 235 - Andante
07 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 235 - Presto
08 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 235 - Alla breve
09 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 235 - Allegro
10 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 215 - Andante e staccato
11 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 215 - Vivace
12 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 215 - Largo
13 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 215 - Allegro
14 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 214 - Vivace
15 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 214 - Largo play
16 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 214 - Allegro
17 - Concerto D-dur Seibel 226 - Allegro
18 - Concerto D-dur Seibel 226 - Adagio
19 - Concerto D-dur Seibel 226 - Allegro
20 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 213 - Allegro
21 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 213 - Larghetto
22 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 213 - Allegro
23 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 213 - Entrée
24 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 213 - Laoure. Cantabile
25 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 213 - Tempo de Menuet - Air italienne

Cd2

01 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 233 - Allegro
02 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 233 - Andante piu tosto un poco allegro
03 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 233 - Presto
04 - Concerto C-dur Seibel 211 - Allegro
05 - Concerto C-dur Seibel 211 - Pastorell
06 - Concerto C-dur Seibel 211 - Adagio
07 - Concerto C-dur Seibel 211 - Allegro assai
08 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 231 - Vivace
09 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 231 - Arioso
10 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 231 - Allegro
11 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 232 - Allegro play
12 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 232 - Andante
13 - Concerto F-dur Seibel 232 - Allegro
14 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 217 - Allegro
15 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 217 - Largo e staccato
16 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 217 - Grave
17 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 217 - Vivace
18 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 214 (Venezia 1715) - Vivace
19 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 214 (Venezia 1715) - Andante e staccato play
20 - Concerto G-dur Seibel 214 (Venezia 1715) - Vivace
21 - Serenata di Moritzburg Seibel 204 - Allegro-Adagio-Allegro
22 - Sonate A-dur Seibel 208 - Allegro
23 - Sonate A-dur Seibel 208 - Adagio e staccato
24 - Sonate A-dur Seibel 208 - Allegro
25 - Konzertsatz c-moll Seibel 240 – Vivace

Cologne Musica Antiqua
Reinhard Goebel – director

 

Heinichen's Dresden Concertos created quite a stir when they were first released a couple of years ago, and for good reason. This is vital, colorful music scored for a large and varied ensemble. Like most composers of his day, Heinichen spent the majority of his compositional talent in the service of vocal music, for either the opera house or church. These pieces represent his only surviving set of concertos, and anyone who enjoys, for example, Bach's Brandenburg Concertos or the orchestral works of Zelenka will certainly want to hear these as well. These performances are simply the last word in style and virtuosity. --David Hurwitz

 

It's a few years since this set won the Gramophone Award, but hearing it again very recently, it still provides a thrilling listening experience. I'm not normally a lover of prominent brass instruments in early music where the sonorities are often too lean and bright for my taste. Well, there's plenty of brightness here, but it all comes from the sparkle and energy of an orchestra at the very top of its form. I wouldn't say this is a set to listen to at one sitting. Better to pick and choose two or three concertos at a time. Or better still, go for the excitement of progamming just the allegros and hold on to your seat as the rhythms and stratospheric brass catapult you into the midst of the hunt. Great stuff. ---Gary J. Wright

This is a superb recording. The performances are vibrant and the quality of the recording is stunning. There is a warmth and fullness that is often missing in recordings of period instruments. The ensemble sounds HUGE. I particularly like the second movement of the Concerto in F (S. 234). Oboes are used instead of strings as the accompaniment to the flute solo. A must have for any lover of baroque music. ---„blueharp”

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