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1.Bassoon Concerto No.2 In B Flat Major, Murray C69: Rondo	
2.Bassoon Concerto No.2 In B Flat Major, Murray C69: Adagio	
3.Bassoon Concerto No.2 In B Flat Major, Murray C69: Allegro Moderato	
4.Bassoon Concerto In B Flat Major, Murray C73: Rondeau - Allegretto	
5.Bassoon Concerto In B Flat Major, Murray C73: Adagio	
6.Bassoon Concerto In B Flat Major, Murray C73: Allegro Maestoso	
7.Bassoon Concerto In F Major, Murray C75: Poco Adagio	
8.Bassoon Concerto In F Major, Murray C75: Allegro Moderato	
9.Bassoon Concerto In B Flat Major, Murray C74: Rondo - Allegretto	
10.Bassoon Concerto In B Flat Major, Murray C74: Romance. Adagio
11.Bassoon Concerto In B Flat Major, Murray C74: Allegro
12.Bassoon Concerto In F Major, Murray C75: Rondo - Allegro	

Eckart Hübner, bassoon
Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss
Eckhart Hübner – conductor

 

A successful contemporary of Mozart, Antonio Rosetti (c. 1750 -1792) is largely forgotten today. Those who wish to learn more about him have their work cut out for them; there isn't even agreement as to how his name should be given. He is believed to have been born in the region of Bohemia, and his name is somtimes erroneously given as Franz Anton (or František Antonín) Rössler (or Rösler). He was appointed to the court orchestra of a Prince Kraft Ernst zu Oettingen-Wallerstein, first as a bassoonist, and eventually as its music director, a post he held until 1789. Rosetti's success gave him the opportunity to travel, notably to Paris, where he remained for more than six months as a performer, composer, and eager observer of all that that city had to offer, musical and otherwise.

CPO claims world première status for these recordings. Rosetti wrote six surviving bassoon concertos, and four of the six appear here. In some cases, it is not known what occasioned their composition, but several of them appear to have been written for Christoph Ludwig Hoppius, who joined the Prince's orchestra in 1783, and who remained there throughout the balance of Rosetti's tenure. In any event, these four concertos probably were written in the 1780s. This makes them slightly younger works than Mozart's famous Bassoon Concerto, which was written in 1774.

It has been said that Rosetti's music lacks a distinctive style. On the basis of these concertos, I have to agree. They are completely within the tradition of Haydn and Mozart at their least innovative. That's not to say that this is bad music, however. In fact, it is expertly written, attractive, and complimentary to the soloist. (It should be noted there are alternative versions of at least one of these works for clarinet and flute.) Rosetti's bassoon concertos make you feel that everything is ok, if not in the whole world, then at least in your own particular princedom.

Eckhart Hübner trained with the famous German bassoonist Klaus Thunemann, and he has played with a variety of orchestras, including the SWR Symphony Orchestra. Chamber music and teaching also occupy his time. This is his first recording as both soloist and conductor, and everything goes well, although the engineers have balanced him too prominently. The German Chamber Academy of Neuss on the Rhine is about twenty-five years old, and its musicians accompany Hübner suavely.

This isn't terribly important music, but it goes down smoothly like a cool glass of Rhenish wine. --- Raymond Tuttle, classical.net

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1 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in B flat major - I. Adagio ... 		4:36 		
2 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in B flat major - II. Romance. ... 		2:04 		
3 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in B flat major - III. Rondo. ... 		2:02 		
4 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in G major - I. Allegro 		4:18 		
5 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in G major - II. Andantino ma ... 		1:11 		
6 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in G major - III. Menuet. Moderato 		3:25 		
7 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in B flat major - I. Allegro con brio 		5:12 		
8 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in B flat major - II. Romance. ... 		3:30 		
9 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in B flat major - III. Rondo. ... 		2:37 		
10 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in E flat major - I. Allegro assai 		5:24 		
11 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in E flat major - II. Romance. ... 		2:06 		
12 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in E flat major - III. Rondo. ... 		2:11 		
13 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in C major - I. Allegro spiritoso 		5:39 		
14 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in C major - II. Romance. Andantino 		1:37 		
15 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in C major - III. Rondo. Allegretto 		1:52 		
16 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in F major - I. Allegretto 		6:11 		
17 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in F major - II. Romance. Adagio 		6:46 		
18 Frantisek Antonin¡ESonata in F major - III. Rondo. Allegretto 		1:58 		

Katerina Englichová, harp

 

Antonio Rosetti -- originally Anton Rösler -- was born about 1750 in Bohemia, in the town of Litomerice. So little is known about his early life that not even the year of his birth can be named with certainty, but at the time of his death in 1792 he was described as being 42 years of age. The earliest information about him concerns his first (believed) education, which was under Jesuits in his homeland of Bohemia. However, in 1773 he made a departure, joining the Hofkapelle of Prince von Öttingen-Wallerstein. It was during his stay here that Rösler modified his name to the Italian form by which he is generally known today: Antonio Rosetti. He remained in the service of the prince for 16 years, before moving again -- still in Germany -- to become Kapellmeister to the Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Rosetti died in the Duke's service. Rosetti wrote a great deal of music, including a great number of symphonies and concerti. His musical style was one of lightness, and his orchestral works often sparkle with humor and joy. Various jokes and tricks riddle several his symphonies, intended to surprise and delight the listener. Rosetti is slightly known for his horn concerti, but in his day his symphonies were widely published across Europe, attesting to their popularity. ---Joshua Lilly, Rovi

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