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Georg Philipp Telemann : Ouvertures pittoresques

Arte dei Suonatori - Martin Gester

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A new collection of Telemann overtures or overture-suites might not seem a notable development on the face of it, but this one from the Polish historical-instrument group Arte dei Suonatori under Martin Gester breaks new ground. The subtitle "ouvertures pittoresques" doesn't quite cover what's happening. There is a pair of French suites in the classic manner, with an overture and dances. The first one, the Ouverture in D major, TWV 55:D15, has an unusually jocular movement titled "Harlequinade," but is otherwise unremarkable. The final Ouverture, jointes d'une suite tragi-comique in D major, TWV 55:D22, whose title shows how Telemann conceived of the overture and the suite as distinct components, has such novelties as a movement called "L'hypocondre" and another called "Le Petit Maître." But the rest of the pieces are even more unusual; they're not just "pittoresques," but downright exotic. It may be that these Polish musicians were attracted specifically by Telemann's music in Eastern European styles. At any rate, there isn't another album that brings so much of it together. The two pieces titled Concerto polonois (Polish Concerto) by Telemann were, according to the composer himself, his attempt to render Polish folk music "in Italian garb." They are full of drones, odd chromatic turns of phrase, and percussive rhythms. Musical exoticism really began with pieces like these, which testify to Telemann's status as one of the great innovators. The Ouverture in B flat major, TWV 55:B5, later dubbed the Völker-Ouvertüre or Overture of the Peoples, is a suite that attempts to depict various national styles before breaking off and concluding with two movements titled "Les Boiteux" (The Hobblers) and "Les Coureurs" (The Runners). The "Les Moscovites" movement was apparently inspired by accounts of church bells in Moscow, while "Les Turcs" was the forerunner of a large number of quasi-military Turkish movements. The national characteristics of "Les Suisses" and "Les Portugais" may be more difficult to divine at this remove, but the whole thing offers a unique opportunity to hear through 18th-century ears, and the players render it with lightness and enthusiasm. They are easily the equal of western European early music ensembles. BIS' sound engineering, accomplished at a small Polish parish church, avoids the pitfalls of using churches for secular music; the orchestra sounds quite clear.
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Overture (Suite) in D major, TWV 55:D15 (Georg Philipp Telemann)

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I. Ouverture: Grave. Allegro. Grave
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II. Prelude
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00:01:04

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3
III. Gigue
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:39

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4
IV. Menuet I-II
Arte dei Suonatori
00:03:09

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5
V. Harlequinade
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:35

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6
VI. Loure
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:42

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7
VII. Rondeau
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:18

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8
VIII. Rejouissance
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:47

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

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Overture (Suite) in B flat major, TWV 55:B5, 'Volker-Ouverture' (Georg Philipp Telemann)

9
I. Overture
Arte dei Suonatori
00:06:33

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

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10
II. Menuets I and II
Arte dei Suonatori
00:03:33

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

11
III. Les turcs
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:25

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

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IV. Les suisses
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:46

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

13
V. Les moscovites
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:34

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

14
VI. Les portugais
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:28

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

15
VII. Les boiteux - Les coureurs
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:26

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

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VIII. Les coureurs
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:22

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

Quartet (Concerto Polonaise) in B-Flat Major, TWV 43:B3 (Georg Philipp Telemann)

17
I. Polonaise
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:09

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

18
II. Allegro
Arte dei Suonatori
00:03:29

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

19
III. Largo
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:15

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

20
IV. Allegro
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:06

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

Quartet (Concerto Polonaise) in G major, TWV 43:G7 (Georg Philipp Telemann)

21
I. Andante
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:02

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

22
II. Allegro
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:13

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

23
III. Largo
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:11

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

24
IV. Allegro
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:57

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

Overture (Suite) in D major TWV 55:D22, 'Ouverture, jointes d'une Suite tragi-comique' (Georg Philipp Telemann)

25
I. (Ouverture): Lentement - Vite - Lentement
Arte dei Suonatori
00:04:50

Martin Gester, Conductor - Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

26
II. Le Podagre (Loure)
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:09

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

27
III. Remede experimente: La Poste et la danse (Menuet en rondeau)
Arte dei Suonatori
00:00:59

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

28
IV. L'Hypocondre (Sarabande)
Arte dei Suonatori
00:02:19

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

29
V. Remede: Souffrance heroique (Marche)
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:06

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

30
VI. Le Petit-maitre (Rondeau)
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:42

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

31
VII. Remede: Petite-maison: Furies
Arte dei Suonatori
00:01:28

Arte dei Suonatori, Ensemble - Martin Gester, Conductor - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2013 BIS 2013 BIS

Descriptif de l'album

A new collection of Telemann overtures or overture-suites might not seem a notable development on the face of it, but this one from the Polish historical-instrument group Arte dei Suonatori under Martin Gester breaks new ground. The subtitle "ouvertures pittoresques" doesn't quite cover what's happening. There is a pair of French suites in the classic manner, with an overture and dances. The first one, the Ouverture in D major, TWV 55:D15, has an unusually jocular movement titled "Harlequinade," but is otherwise unremarkable. The final Ouverture, jointes d'une suite tragi-comique in D major, TWV 55:D22, whose title shows how Telemann conceived of the overture and the suite as distinct components, has such novelties as a movement called "L'hypocondre" and another called "Le Petit Maître." But the rest of the pieces are even more unusual; they're not just "pittoresques," but downright exotic. It may be that these Polish musicians were attracted specifically by Telemann's music in Eastern European styles. At any rate, there isn't another album that brings so much of it together. The two pieces titled Concerto polonois (Polish Concerto) by Telemann were, according to the composer himself, his attempt to render Polish folk music "in Italian garb." They are full of drones, odd chromatic turns of phrase, and percussive rhythms. Musical exoticism really began with pieces like these, which testify to Telemann's status as one of the great innovators. The Ouverture in B flat major, TWV 55:B5, later dubbed the Völker-Ouvertüre or Overture of the Peoples, is a suite that attempts to depict various national styles before breaking off and concluding with two movements titled "Les Boiteux" (The Hobblers) and "Les Coureurs" (The Runners). The "Les Moscovites" movement was apparently inspired by accounts of church bells in Moscow, while "Les Turcs" was the forerunner of a large number of quasi-military Turkish movements. The national characteristics of "Les Suisses" and "Les Portugais" may be more difficult to divine at this remove, but the whole thing offers a unique opportunity to hear through 18th-century ears, and the players render it with lightness and enthusiasm. They are easily the equal of western European early music ensembles. BIS' sound engineering, accomplished at a small Polish parish church, avoids the pitfalls of using churches for secular music; the orchestra sounds quite clear.
© TiVo

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