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Haydn, W.F. Bach & C.P.E. Bach: Trios for Oboe, Bassoon & Piano

Sergio Azzolini & Maurice Bourgue & Kimiko Imani

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Yes, yes, the three Trios n° 15, 16 and 17 of 1790 were originally written for flute, piano and cello, and not for the oboe, piano and bassoon; but we know well how in those days, works intended for great amateurs (Londoners, in this case) could easily be adapted for any number of other instruments, whether bass or melodic parts: and so why not this delicious, pastoral combination? As for the Trio by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, its origin is even more unique. Written before 1740, it is written across a number of pages which carry counter-punctual efforts by Johann Sebastian and his son; Wilhelm Friedemann's writing includes a Sonata for Two Flutes and Harpsichord, which is transcribed here for oboe – the pianist's right hand taking on the role of the second flute. The bassoon follows the bass part. The rest of the album, all dedicated to the same son, and also to the better-known Carl Philipp Emanuel, also takes in works written for other arrangements but deftly redistributed here for the trio formed by oboist Maurice Bourgue, the pianist Kimiko Imani and bassoon player Sergio Azzolini – based on the transcription principle which was very much the norm in the 18th century. © SM/Qobuz

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Piano Trio in D Major, Hob. XV:16, Arr. for Oboe, Bassoon & Piano (Joseph Haydn)

1
I. Allegro
Sergio Azzolini
00:08:01

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

2
II. Andantino più tosto allegretto
Sergio Azzolini
00:05:08

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

3
III. Vivace assai
Sergio Azzolini
00:04:30

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

Piano Trio in G Major, Hob. XV:15, Arr. for Oboe, Bassoon & Piano (Joseph Haydn)

4
I. Allegro
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00:09:41

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

5
II. Andante
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00:04:55

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

6
III. Allegro moderato
Sergio Azzolini
00:05:26

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

Piano Trio in F Major, Hob. XV:17, Arr. for Oboe, Bassoon & Piano (Joseph Haydn)

7
I. Allegro
Sergio Azzolini
00:07:04

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

8
II. Tempo di Menuetto
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00:04:34

Joseph Haydn, Composer - Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

DISC 2

1
Trio Sonata in A Minor, Fk 49, BR-WFB 15: I. Allegro (Arr. for Oboe, Bassoon & Piano)
Sergio Azzolini
00:04:33

Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Composer - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Florian B. Schmidt, Engineer - Kimiko Imani, Piano - Bernd Friebel, Recording Engineer

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

Violin Sonata in C Minor, H. 514, Wq 78, Arr. for Oboe & Piano (Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach)

2
I. Allegro moderato
Maurice Bourgue
00:07:52

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe, MainArtist - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

3
II. Adagio ma non troppo
Maurice Bourgue
00:06:44

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe, MainArtist - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

4
III. Presto
Maurice Bourgue
00:05:29

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe, MainArtist - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

Sonata for Viola and Harpsichord in C Minor, Arr. for Bassoon & Piano (Wilhelm Friedemann Bach)

5
I. Adagio e mesto
Sergio Azzolini
00:05:19

Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Composer - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

6
II. Allegro non troppo
Sergio Azzolini
00:15:27

Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Composer - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

7
III. Allegro scherzando
Sergio Azzolini
00:08:39

Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Composer - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

Trio Sonata in A Minor, Fk 49, BR-WFB 15, Arr. for Oboe, Bassoon & Piano (Wilhelm Friedemann Bach)

8
I. Allegro
Sergio Azzolini
00:04:33

Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Composer - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

9
II. Larghetto (Fragment)
Sergio Azzolini
00:00:29

Sergio Azzolini, Bassoon, MainArtist - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Composer - Maurice Bourgue, Oboe - Kimiko Imani, Piano

(P) 2018 Deutschlandradio / Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH

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Yes, yes, the three Trios n° 15, 16 and 17 of 1790 were originally written for flute, piano and cello, and not for the oboe, piano and bassoon; but we know well how in those days, works intended for great amateurs (Londoners, in this case) could easily be adapted for any number of other instruments, whether bass or melodic parts: and so why not this delicious, pastoral combination? As for the Trio by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, its origin is even more unique. Written before 1740, it is written across a number of pages which carry counter-punctual efforts by Johann Sebastian and his son; Wilhelm Friedemann's writing includes a Sonata for Two Flutes and Harpsichord, which is transcribed here for oboe – the pianist's right hand taking on the role of the second flute. The bassoon follows the bass part. The rest of the album, all dedicated to the same son, and also to the better-known Carl Philipp Emanuel, also takes in works written for other arrangements but deftly redistributed here for the trio formed by oboist Maurice Bourgue, the pianist Kimiko Imani and bassoon player Sergio Azzolini – based on the transcription principle which was very much the norm in the 18th century. © SM/Qobuz

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