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Heinrich Biber : Rosary Sonatas

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The Rosary Sonatas of Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (1644-1704), a cycle formed of fifteen sonatas for violin with basso continuo and a passacaglia for solo violin, are part of a creative movement that took place during the seventeenth century which forged daring, experimentation, exploration, and a deepening of difficult instrumental technique. This current was made possible by the proliferation of advanced instruments being exported from Italy, and it found fertile ground in central Europe with Schmelzer, amongst others, and a next generation that included Westhoff and, of course, Biber. The Rosary Sonatas require a soloist with a serious capacity for abstraction: indeed, most of them are written according to the principle of the scordat[t]ura, meaning that one or more strings of the violin are tuned differently from the usual sol-la-re-mi. The tuning, then, does not accord with what is usually intended in violin scores, since the detuned strings become transposed. In other words, certain notes sound like what is written, whilst others resonate differently, depending on the particular chord imposed by the composer. The instrumentalist should, therefore, do the same thing that you do when keys on your computer keyboard provide different letters than those signalled, that is, act as if nothing has happened! And, in the piece, in order to change the tone of the instrument, and to permit the creation of some different chords, open strings are used. What Biber offers us here is an infinitely confusing piece of music, manipulating unheard-of sounds and incongruous harmonies – both melodic and harmonic – in an amazing musical journey that puts him quite apart from the rest of the Baroque world. In the late 1670s the work was not fully understood, so much so that the score was almost forgotten, before experiencing a brilliant resurrection in the early twentieth century. This version was recorded by the English violinist Rachel Podger, a true star of the baroque instrument. Here, after her excursions in Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, and some other important composers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, which were all heralded by awards and other successes, she reveals the buried treasures of this true masterpiece. Accompanied by some fantastic instrumental friends (including Marcin Świątkiewicz on the keyboards, distinguished by his brilliant Müthel opus which was published by BIS a few months back, the violist Jonathan Manson, who regularly collaborates with the violonist and Trevor Pinnock), Rachel Podger expertly exploits this narrative poetry collection, distilling phrases of great elegance, and deploying a haunting sound. A truly mystical experience! © Qobuz

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1
The Annunciation D minor
00:06:03

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

2
The Visitation A major
00:05:38

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

3
The Nativity b minor
00:07:35

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

4
The Presentation in the Temple d minor
00:08:19

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

5
The Finding in the Temple a major
00:07:24

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

6
The Agony in the Garden c minor
00:09:14

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

7
The Scourging f major
00:09:03

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

8
The Crowning with Thorns bb major
00:07:13

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

DISCO 2

1
The Carrying of the Cross a minor
00:07:59

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

2
The Crucifixion g minor
00:09:15

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

3
The Resurrection g major
00:08:03

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

4
The Ascension c major
00:07:27

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

5
The Descent of the Holy Ghost d minor
00:08:16

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

6
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin d major
00:10:30

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

7
The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin c major
00:12:25

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

8
Guardian Angel taken from ccs sa 35513 ‘Guardian Angel’
00:08:53

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

2015 Channel Classics Records 2015 Channel Classics Records

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The Rosary Sonatas of Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (1644-1704), a cycle formed of fifteen sonatas for violin with basso continuo and a passacaglia for solo violin, are part of a creative movement that took place during the seventeenth century which forged daring, experimentation, exploration, and a deepening of difficult instrumental technique. This current was made possible by the proliferation of advanced instruments being exported from Italy, and it found fertile ground in central Europe with Schmelzer, amongst others, and a next generation that included Westhoff and, of course, Biber. The Rosary Sonatas require a soloist with a serious capacity for abstraction: indeed, most of them are written according to the principle of the scordat[t]ura, meaning that one or more strings of the violin are tuned differently from the usual sol-la-re-mi. The tuning, then, does not accord with what is usually intended in violin scores, since the detuned strings become transposed. In other words, certain notes sound like what is written, whilst others resonate differently, depending on the particular chord imposed by the composer. The instrumentalist should, therefore, do the same thing that you do when keys on your computer keyboard provide different letters than those signalled, that is, act as if nothing has happened! And, in the piece, in order to change the tone of the instrument, and to permit the creation of some different chords, open strings are used. What Biber offers us here is an infinitely confusing piece of music, manipulating unheard-of sounds and incongruous harmonies – both melodic and harmonic – in an amazing musical journey that puts him quite apart from the rest of the Baroque world. In the late 1670s the work was not fully understood, so much so that the score was almost forgotten, before experiencing a brilliant resurrection in the early twentieth century. This version was recorded by the English violinist Rachel Podger, a true star of the baroque instrument. Here, after her excursions in Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi, and some other important composers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, which were all heralded by awards and other successes, she reveals the buried treasures of this true masterpiece. Accompanied by some fantastic instrumental friends (including Marcin Świątkiewicz on the keyboards, distinguished by his brilliant Müthel opus which was published by BIS a few months back, the violist Jonathan Manson, who regularly collaborates with the violonist and Trevor Pinnock), Rachel Podger expertly exploits this narrative poetry collection, distilling phrases of great elegance, and deploying a haunting sound. A truly mystical experience! © Qobuz

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