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Albinoni - Adagio & Concerti (2001)

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Albinoni • Adagio & Concerti (2001)

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	Adagio In G Minor For Organ And Strings
1 		Adagio In G Minor 	6:54 	
  	Concerto In B Flat, Op. 7 No. 3 For 2 Oboes, Strings And Basso Continuo
2 		Allegro 	3:35 	
3 		Adagio 	2:57 	
4 		Allegro 	2:13 	
  	Concerto In C Major, Op. 7 No. 5 For Oboe, Strings And Basso Continuo
5 		Allegro 	2:09 	
6 		Adagio 	2:11 	
7 		Allegro 	1:24 	
  	Concerto In D Major, Op. 7 No. 6 For Oboe, Strings And Basso Continuo
8 		Allegro 	3:01 	
9 		Adagio 	2:19 	
10 		Allegro 	2:21 	
  	Concerto In G Major For Flute, Strings And Basso Continuo
11 		Allegro 	2:52 	
12 		Adagio 	2:12 	
13 		Presto 	2:18 	
  	Concerto In F Major, Op. 7 No. 9 For Oboe, Strings And Basso Continuo
14 		Allegro 	2:46 	
15 		Adagio 	0:57 	
16 		Allegro 	2:41 	
  	Concerto In C Major, Op. 7 No. 11 For 2 Oboes, Strings And Basso Continuo
17 		Allegro 	2:48 	
18 		Adagio 	2:43 	
19 		Allegro 	2:37 	
  	Concerto In C Major, Op. 7 No. 12 For Oboe, Strings And Basso Continuo
20 		Allegro 	3:25 	
21 		Adagio 	2:53 	
22 		Allegro 	2:18 	
  	Concerto A 5 In D Minor, Op. 9 No. 2 For Oboe And Strings
23 		Allegro E Non Presto 	4:26 	
24 		Adagio 	4:00 	
25 		Allegro 	2:58 	

Eduard Kaufmann (Organ)
Hans Elhorst (Oboe), 
Heinz Holliger (Oboe)
David Reichenberg (Oboe)

Lucerne Festival Strings
Rudolf Baumgartner – conductor

Berne Camerata
Alexander van Wijnkoop – conductor

Zurich Collegium Musicum
Paul Sacher – conductor

 

Listen to this straight through and you get a quick course in the evolution of Baroque playing styles since 1968. The opening number, Albinoni's ubiquitous Adagio, never fails to make an impression, though the Lucerne Festival Strings version here does sound heavy to ears accustomed to the lighter, sprightlier sound of period instruments, such as we hear in the final selection, the Oboe Concerto, Op. 9 No. 2, recorded in 1985 by David Reichenberg and the English Concert. In between come seven other concertos for oboe, two oboes, or flute, each of them played on modern instruments in rhythmically supple interpretations with middle-of-the-road tempos and sonorities that should please both traditionalists and period fans of Baroque music, of which Albinoni's is a source of endless pleasures. ---Dan Davis, Editorial Reviews

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