Trio sonata for oboe, violin & continuo in G major, HWV 384 (doubtful). Trio sonata for oboe, violin & continuo in D major, HWV 385 (doubtful).
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). I am happy to believe that they are by the young Handel, but no matter, it is very enjoyable music very well played by Convivium; Anthony Robson, oboe, Elizabeth Wallfisch, violin, Richard Tunnicliff, cello and Paul Nicholson, harpsichord. Handel published two sets of trio sonatas, 6 in opus 2, and 7 in opus 5. I regard his opus 5 as the finest trio sonatas ever written. The music on this CD does not match opus 5, but is joyfull and stylishly played. The sound is excellent, the cover notes adequate, and the price, now it has been re-issued on Helios, modest.
Recorded on 28-30 September 1998 ℗ Hyperion Records Limited, London. Matrix, Runout: D133900 2J 01. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L239.
Oboe sometimes dominates violin, but Convivium are full of with and verve in allegros, with slow affective movements. BBC Music Magazine, February 2008, Mor. elease Date: 31st Dec 2007. Handel: Trio Sonata, HWV 384 in G major. Anthony Robson (oboe). Handel: Trio Sonata, HWV 385 in D major. Handel: Trio Sonata, HWV 383 in F major. Handel: Trio Sonata, HWV 382 in E flat major. Handel: Trio Sonata, HWV 381 in D minor.
The set of six trio sonatas which make up the bulk of this recital have had a tortuous history. The first written reference to them is in Charles Burney’s In Commemoration of Handel, published in 1785 to celebrate the centenary of the composer’s birth. According to Burney, the sonatas were serendipitously discovered by Hugh Hume, Earl of Marchmont, during a visit to Germany some time in the late 1720s or 1730s. On his return to England Marchmont presented them as a gift to his friend and flute teacher Carl Friedrich Weidemann, flautist in Handel’s opera orchestra
Label: Aliud Records. Total Runtime01:01:05. Info for Six Trio Sonatas for Oboe, Violin and . In all likelihood these sonatas were written by Handel when he was around eleven years old, in 1696. At the time, he readily wrote for the oboe, which was, by his own admission, his favourite instrument; consequently, these sonatas were long considered to be works for two oboes; yet, the use of double strings in the first movement of the third sonata leads us to believe that the handwritten composition was for oboe and violin, two richly contrasting voices with complementary. The trio sonatas HWV 380-385 are all composed following the model of the sonata da chiesa which had remained hugely fashionable since corelli's works: in four movements, slow-fast-slow-fast; they demonstrate a very strong and rigorous knowledge of counterpoint.
This album has an average beat per minute of 112 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 85/133 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Six Trio Sonatas For Oboe, Violin and Continuo. BPM Profile Six Trio Sonatas For Oboe, Violin and Continuo. Album starts at 89BPM, ends at 123BPM (+34), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Chamber Orchestra of Europe.
Early Italian Violin Sonatas Convivium. Buxtehude: Seven Sonatas, Op. 1. 2002. Handel: Trio Sonatas. Leclair: Sonatas, Vol. 2. 1999. More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Store, call 1-800-MY-APPLE, or find a reseller.
VI sonates à deux violons, deux haubois ou deux flutes traversieres & basse continue: second ouvrage. Handel, George Frideric. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. 2 violins (or flutes or oboe), continuo. Chrysander included an additional 4, marked above with an asterisk, which are early or spurious pieces. php?title Trio Sonatas, Op. 2 (Handel, George Frideric)&oldid 2792743.
|Sonata No 5 In G Major, HWV384||(6:44)|
|2||Allegro - Grave||2:01|
|Sonata No 6 In D Major, HWV385||(8:26)|
|Sonata No 4 In F Major, HWV383||(8:58)|
|Sonata No 3 In E Flat Major, HWV382||(10:30)|
|Sonata No 2 In D Minor, HWV381||(8:43)|
|Sonata No 1 In B Flat Major, HWV380||(8:56)|
|21||Allegro - Largo||3:09|
|Sonata No 8 In G Minor, HWV393 (Op 2 No 8)||(10:46)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Copyright (c) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Manufactured For – BMG Direct – D133900
- Booklet Editor – Eleanor Wilson
- Cello – Richard Tunnicliffe
- Composed By [Attributed] – George Frideric Handel*
- Design [Cover Design] – Terry Shannon
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Antony Howell, Julian Millard
- Ensemble – Convivium
- Executive-Producer – Edward Perry, Simon Perry
- Harpsichord – Paul Nicholson
- Illustration [Front Illustration] – Johann Ziegler
- Liner Notes – Richard Wigmore
- Oboe – Anthony Robson
- Producer [Recording Producer] – Martin Compton
- Violin – Elizabeth Wallfisch
NotesRecorded on 28-30 September 1998
℗ Hyperion Records Limited, London
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: D133900 2J 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L239
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 4121
- SPARS Code: DDD
|CDA67083||Handel* - Convivium||Handel* - Convivium - Trio Sonatas For Oboe And Violin (CD)||Hyperion||CDA67083||UK||2000|