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G. P. Telemann, C. P. E. Bach, C. Schaffrath, J. J. Quantz - Gusto NON Barbaro

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Georg Philipp Telemann

  1. Partita IV TWV 41: g 2 Preludio. Grave (1:55)
  2. Partita IV TWV 41: g 2 Aria 1. Allegro (0:55)
  3. Partita IV TWV 41: g 2 Aria 2. Allegro (2:13)
  4. Partita IV TWV 41: g 2 Aria 3. Tempo di Minue (0:50)
  5. Partita IV TWV 41: g 2 Aria 4. Allegro (1:46)
  6. Partita IV TWV 41: g 2 Aria 5. A tempo giusto (1:02)
  7. Partita IV TWV 41: g 2 Aria 6. Allegro assai (1:55)
  8. Trio a Flauto dolce, Cembalo obligato e Cembalo TWV 42: B 4 Dolce (2:03)
  9. Trio a Flauto dolce, Cembalo obligato e Cembalo TWV 42: B 4 Vivace (1:39)
  10. Trio a Flauto dolce, Cembalo obligato e Cembalo TWV 42: B 4 Siciliana (2:35)
  11. Trio a Flauto dolce, Cembalo obligato e Cembalo TWV 42: B 4 Vivace (1:40)
  12. Solo nr 4 TWV 41: d 4 Affettuoso (1:53)
  13. Solo nr 4 TWV 41: d 4 Allegro (3:17)
  14. Solo nr 4 TWV 41: d 4 Grave (0:54)
  15. Solo nr 4 TWV 41: d 4 Presto (3:15)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

  1. Solo a Flauto traverso e basso Wq 133, H 564 Allegretto (7:04)
  2. Solo a Flauto traverso e basso Wq 133, H 564 Rondo. Presto (2:57)

Christoph Schaffrath

  1. Trio a Flauto Traverso, Violoncello e Basso CSWV E:3 Allegro (3:35)
  2. Trio a Flauto Traverso, Violoncello e Basso CSWV E:3 Adagio (4:07)
  3. Trio a Flauto Traverso, Violoncello e Basso CSWV E:3 Allegro (2:56)

Johann Joachim Quantz

  1. Sonata a 3 Voce QV 2:30 (Qv2: Anh. 2) Adagio (2:05)
  2. Sonata a 3 Voce QV 2:30 (Qv2: Anh. 2) Allegro (1:33)
  3. Sonata a 3 Voce QV 2:30 (Qv2: Anh. 2) Adagio (1:24)
  4. Sonata a 3 Voce QV 2:30 (Qv2: Anh. 2) Allegro (1:26) 

 

Wiesław Suruło - flute
Paweł Solecki - basson
Joanna Solecka - harpsichord
Anna Huszczo - harpsichord

 

The album Gusto NON barbaro is devoted to German chamber music of the 18th century. It features works by four composers, of whom Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach is the central figure. The album's title refers to a quotation taken from Quantz's treatise, eloquently characterising the transformations that took place in the style of German music against the background and under the influence of the work of two leading centres: France and Italy. The modern mode of composition, open to the assimilation of respectable aesthetic achievements in the art of other nations, became so dominant in Germany in the 18th century that this very stylistic synthesis was considered a distinctively German feature. In the first half of the 18th century the phenomenon of the unification of national styles became a fact in the works of, among others, Georg Philipp Telemann, the godfather of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, and in the middle of the century this trend was particularly dominant in the famous Potsdam circle, where, apart from Bach's son, the other composers presented on the album were active: Johann Joachim Quantz and Christoph Schaffrath. The oldest piece on the record Gusto NON barbaro dates from 1716 (Telemann - Partita IV TWV 41: g 2) and the latest from 1786 (C.Ph.E. Bach - Solo Wq 133). The differences in style and compositional techniques between these works are all too evident, yet despite the considerable time interval separating them, their common gene is palpable: technical excellence, combined with a worship of beauty and an eager, though not uncritical readiness to follow the rapidly changing tastes of listeners.

 

Wiesław Suruło – received his education at the Academy of Music in Kraków, where he currently runs the flute class, holding the position of Professor at the Academy of Music. He also works as a musician-soloist at the Kraków Opera. He is very active as a soloist and chamber musician. He has made recordings for Polish Radio, Polish Television Theatre and music publishing house PWM Edition, as well as numerous first performances of solo and chamber works. He took part in the 1st and 2nd Polish Flute Congress organised by the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź. He is involved in various activities supporting the development of the performing arts and offers his pedagogical experience by conducting methodical workshops and as a jury member of music competitions. The artist works with Wm.S. Haynes as a Haynes Artist and Ambassador Clinician, playing a custom-made Silver & 5% Gold Custom Wm.S. Haynes instrument.

 

Paweł Solecki – is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Kraków and currently a lecturer at the same institution. Performs in Poland and abroad as a soloist and chamber musician. In 1996-2011 he was the principal bassoonist of the Capella Cracoviensis chamber orchestra, and in the 2004/05 season he was principal bassoonist of the Lebanese National Symphony Orchestra in Beirut. He performs in a variety of chamber music formations, including the Krakowskie Trio Stroikowe (Cracow Reed Trio) and the Krakowski Kwintet Dęty (Cracow Wind Quintet). His artistic output includes many recordings for disc, radio and television. He has premiered many works by Polish composers dedicated to the Trio and Quintet. He eagerly engages himself as a studio musician for the recording of film soundtracks. He also works as a composer (Bassoon Quartet No. 1, Three Balkan Impressions for woodwind quintet).

 

Joanna Solecka – is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Kraków, with majors in Piano, Music Theory and Harpsichord. In her professional life she combines the experience she has gained in all these areas of her education and devotes herself to teaching as well as artistic activity and cultural promotion. She performs at festivals and concerts in Poland and abroad, performing chamber music and solo works. In collaboration with M. Kraft, she made the first translation into Polish of C.Ph.E. Bach's treatise Versuch über die wahre Art das Clavier zu spielen (O prawdziwej sztuce gry na instrumentach klawiszowych, Astraia, Kraków 2017, 2nd rev. and exp. ed. 2020). For her active work she has been awarded the badges Honoris Gratia and Meritorious for Polish Culture, as well as the Award of the Mayor of the City of Kraków.

 

Anna Huszczo – After graduating from the Academy of Music in Kraków, she completed postgraduate studies in Harpsichord and Historical Piano and honed her instrumental skills at numerous master classes. She gives concerts in Poland and abroad, performing solo and chamber music repertoire. She cooperates with Polish cultural institutions and orchestras. She is active in the field of didactics and cultural education.

label: RecArt 2021

nr kat. RECART 0043

format: CD, digipack


 

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