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Rachel Podger - Guardian Angel (Bach, Matteis, Tartini, Pisendel, Biber)

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Guardian Angel (Bach, Matteis, Tartini, Pisendel, Biber)

Rachel Podger

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Given that the aim of this recording, announced in the booklet notes, is to "[demonstrate] how composers in Germany, Italy, Austria, and England responded to the challenges of writing for the violin senza basso, it's a bit odd to begin the proceedings with a work that's not for violin at all. However, the transcription for solo violin of Bach's underplayed Partita for flute in A minor, BWV 1013, by violinist Rachel Podger herself, is quite idiomatic to the violin, and Podger's performance is lively and attractive. From Bach, Podger looks outward to other solo violin works rather than back to the tradition immediately preceding Bach's unaccompanied sonatas and partitas. The works don't have anything directly to do with one another, but they are united in part by being Podger's favorites, and there are some fascinating offbeat pieces that do indeed seem to have counterparts in Bach's magisterial compendia. Consider the very nice pair of solo sonatas by Giuseppe Tartini. In the Giga movement of the first one, the violin takes its solo and is answered by itself in the role not only of harmonic accompaniment but of orchestral figure. The pieces by Nicola Matteis, who inaugurated the entire migration of Italian musicians to Britain, have a fantastic spirit, while the sonata by Pisendel, which may have preceded or followed Bach's pieces, is at least similar to them in language, although less deep. A selection from Biber's Rosary Sonatas works well as a finale. One minor flaw is that notes describe a sonata by Antonio Montanari that is not actually included; a more serious problem is overresonant church sound inconsistent with the chamber purposes of the music.

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Guardian Angel (Bach, Matteis, Tartini, Pisendel, Biber)

Rachel Podger

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Partita for flute in A minor, BWV 1013

1
Allemande
00:04:06

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Transcription Rachel Podger (G minor)

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2
Corrente
00:03:41

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Transcription Rachel Podger (G minor)

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3
Sarabande
00:05:26

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Transcription Rachel Podger (G minor)

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4
Bourée anglaise
00:02:41

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Transcription Rachel Podger (G minor)

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Other Ayrs, Preludes, Allmands, Sarabands (Nicola Matteis)

5
Passagio rotto
00:02:33

Rachel Podger, Violin - Nicola Matteis, Composer

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6
Fantasia
00:01:51

Rachel Podger, Violin - Nicola Matteis, Composer

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7
Movimento incognito
00:02:50

Rachel Podger, Violin - Nicola Matteis, Composer

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Sonata In A Minor (Giuseppe Tartini)

8
Cantabile
00:01:39

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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9
Allegro
00:02:15

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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10
Allegro
00:03:42

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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11
Giga
00:01:21

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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12
Theme and variations
00:12:13

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Sonata in B minor (Giuseppe Tartini)

13
Andante
00:04:45

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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14
Allegro assai
00:02:49

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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15
Giga. Allegro affetuaoso
00:02:48

Rachel Podger, Violin - Giuseppe Tartini, Composer

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Sonata per violino solo senza basso (Johann Georg Pisendel)

16
No indication
00:02:45

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Georg Pisendel, Composer

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17
Allegro
00:05:16

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Georg Pisendel, Composer

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18
Giga
00:02:48

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Georg Pisendel, Composer

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19
Variatione
00:04:00

Rachel Podger, Violin - Johann Georg Pisendel, Composer

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Mystery Sonatas (Rosary) (Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber)

20
Passacaglia in G minor
00:08:53

Rachel Podger, Violin - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, Composer

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Albumbeschreibung

Given that the aim of this recording, announced in the booklet notes, is to "[demonstrate] how composers in Germany, Italy, Austria, and England responded to the challenges of writing for the violin senza basso, it's a bit odd to begin the proceedings with a work that's not for violin at all. However, the transcription for solo violin of Bach's underplayed Partita for flute in A minor, BWV 1013, by violinist Rachel Podger herself, is quite idiomatic to the violin, and Podger's performance is lively and attractive. From Bach, Podger looks outward to other solo violin works rather than back to the tradition immediately preceding Bach's unaccompanied sonatas and partitas. The works don't have anything directly to do with one another, but they are united in part by being Podger's favorites, and there are some fascinating offbeat pieces that do indeed seem to have counterparts in Bach's magisterial compendia. Consider the very nice pair of solo sonatas by Giuseppe Tartini. In the Giga movement of the first one, the violin takes its solo and is answered by itself in the role not only of harmonic accompaniment but of orchestral figure. The pieces by Nicola Matteis, who inaugurated the entire migration of Italian musicians to Britain, have a fantastic spirit, while the sonata by Pisendel, which may have preceded or followed Bach's pieces, is at least similar to them in language, although less deep. A selection from Biber's Rosary Sonatas works well as a finale. One minor flaw is that notes describe a sonata by Antonio Montanari that is not actually included; a more serious problem is overresonant church sound inconsistent with the chamber purposes of the music.

Informationen zur Originalaufnahme : Recording : Doopsgezinde Kerk, Haarlem, May 2013

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