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Fasch: Concerti & Sinfoniae

Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758)

Concerti & Sinfoniae

Main-Barockorchester Frankfurt

Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758) :
Sinfonia la mineur [FWV M:a1]
Concerto for violin la majeur [FWV L:A2]
Concerto for violin and oboe ré mineur [FWV L:d4]
Concerto for Chalumeau si bémol majeur [FWV L:B2]
Sinfonia sol mineur [FWV M:g1]
Sinfonia si bémol majeur [FWV M:B2]
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Christian Leitherer, Chalumeau
Meike Güldenhaupt, Hautbois
Martin Jopp, Violon
Main-Barockorchester Frankfurt (Baroque orchestra)
Durée totale: 1:3 (h:m)
Booklet: 28p., Anglais Allemand Français
Numéro de catalogue AE 10017
EAN 4026798100179
Catégorie de produit: CD
Date de sortie: 01/12/2003

The Main-Barockorchester Frankfurt (the name refers to the Main River [pronounced "mine"] that flows through Frankfurt) presents three Concerti and three Sinfonias ­ all, except for the Concerto for Chalumeau (an instrument related to the classical clarinet) as premiere recordings. Fasch studied at the famous Thomas-Schule in Leipzig with Bach’s predecessor Johann Kuhnau.

It was in Leipzig that Fasch already became acquainted with Heinchen and Pisendel, with whom he maintained a lively correspondence after they had assumed key positions in the musical life of Dresden. Besides the influence of Telemann, Graupner and the Italian style, what is displayed here is an amazing feat of autodidacticism, as Fasch himself remarked, that ultimately led to an original and often surprisingly modern musical language.

The Main-Barockorchester Frankfurt performs on period instruments. Strings and B.c. are complemented by up to two oboes and a bassoon. In the excellent acoustics of the Petruskirche, Gießen, the recording technique supports the vivid sound of the orchestra by completely dispensing with spot microphones.

€ 17,99 (including tax)