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AE10047 Agrell, Johan Joachim Orchestral works

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Audio samples:

Audio sample Sinfonia A major Sinfonia A major

Audio sample Violin concerto Violin concerto

Audio sample Double concerto for harpsichord and flute Double concerto for harpsichord and flute

Audio sample Sinfonia Eb major Sinfonia Eb major

Agrell, Johan Joachim (1701-1765)

Orchestral works

Helsinki Baroque Orchestra (Baroque orchestra)
Aapo Häkkinen (Conductor)
Sirkka-Liisa Kaakinen-Pilch (Violin)
Pauliina Fred (Traverse flute)
Aapo Häkkinen (Harpsichord)
Jasu Moisio (Oboe)

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Contents:

Sinfonia A major
Violin concerto D major
Double concerto for harpsichord and flute B minor [op. 4 no. 2]
Sinfonia D major
Oboe concerto B flat major
Sinfonia E flat major

Playing time: 1:16 (h:m)
Booklet: 40p., English German French
Order Nr. AE 10047
EAN 4026798100476
Product category: SACD
Release date: 01/05/2010

Introduction:

Johan Agrell was in many ways a traveler between the worlds: in Uppsala, the Swede’s great talent was recognized by the Hessian envoy, which resulted in Agrell being summoned to a court near Kassel in Germany. He later went as municipal chapel-master to Nuremberg.

Musically, Agrell was a brilliant Baroque composer in whose works many of the new early Classical trends were anticipated. This CD thus continues the series of AEOLUS releases that feature the orchestral music of this exciting period, a series that has already very successfully presented works by Fasch, Hertel, and Molter.

The Helsinki Baroque Orchestra is a shining star of Finland’s musical life. The young musicians around the harpsichordist Aapo Häkkinen appear year after year throughout Europe. Further releases on AEOLUS are in preparation.