Séptimo volumen de una edición de referencia
La Edición Matthias Goerne se enriquece con un volumen más, el séptimo. Esta edición, que ha recibido el aplauso unánime de crítica y público, sigue creciendo en cantidad y calidad.
Obras de Froberger, d'Anglebert, Fischer, Couperin, Clérambault y Muffat
Keyboard virtuoso Andreas Staier presents Pour passer la melancolie (to pass the melancholy), a unique program of French Baroque harpsichord music. The works presented here are not simply compositions in deeply sorrowful or expressive registers, but also discourses in sound on vanity, art and music itself. Whether the composer luxuriates in melancholic disorder or attempts to remedy it, there is but a fine line here between the vanity of the world and the artist's glory. In his readings of Froberger, Fischer and Clérambault, Staier distils the fruits of this sophisticated aesthetic blend.ver
Gottfried von de Goltz
Anne Katharina Schreiber
Bach’s three well-known Violin Concertos are paired here with a splendid concerto for three violins, reconstructed from the surviving version for three harpsichords, BWV 1064. The composer’s fascination with the Italian solo concerto, which resulted in numerous arrangements and compositions, dates to his second Weimar period from 1708 to 1717. However, current research has revealed that Bach wrote the violin concertos around 1720, during his engagement as Kapellmeister in Cöthen. On this recording, soloists Petra Müllejans, Gottfried von der Goltz, and Anne Katharina Schreiber are backed by the matchless Freiburger Barockorchester in dazzling readings of these evergreen favorites.ver