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Chamber Music from The Dresden Court

Ensemble Diderot - Johannes Pramsohler

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Chamber Music from The Dresden Court

Johannes Pramsohler

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Trio Sonata in G minor, HWV 393 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

1
I. Andante
00:03:10

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

2
II. Allegro
00:02:08

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

3
III. Largo
00:02:48

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

4
IV. Allegro
00:02:19

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

Trio Sonata in A Major, K 340 (Johann Joseph Fux)

5
I. Adagio (First Première recording)
00:02:19

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Joseph Fux, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

6
II. Allegro
00:02:00

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Joseph Fux, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

7
III. Adagio
00:02:21

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Joseph Fux, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

8
IV. Allegro
00:02:31

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Joseph Fux, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

Trio Sonata in D Major, FWV N:D4 (Johann Friedrich Fasch)

9
I. Andante (First Première recording)
00:02:58

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Friedrich Fasch, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

10
II. Allegro
00:02:08

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Friedrich Fasch, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

11
III. Affettuoso
00:02:19

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Friedrich Fasch, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

12
IV. Allegro
00:04:24

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Johann Friedrich Fasch, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

Trio Sonata in C minor (Frantisek Ignac Tuma)

13
I. Adagio (First Première recording)
00:01:39

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Frantisek Ignac Tuma, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

14
II. Alla breve – Adagio – Alla breve
00:03:59

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Frantisek Ignac Tuma, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

Trio Sonata in E-Flat Major, TWV 42:Es1 ''Musique de Table'' (Georg Philipp Telemann)

15
I. Affettuoso
00:03:24

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

16
II. Vivace
00:04:02

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

17
III. Grave
00:03:21

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

18
IV. Allegro
00:04:12

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

Trio Sonata in E Major, HWV 394 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

19
I. Adagio
00:03:47

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

20
II. Allegro
00:02:11

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

21
III. Adagio
00:02:12

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

22
IV. Allegro
00:02:47

Ensemble Diderot (Johannes Pramsohler, Baroque Violin - Gulrim Choi, Baroque cello - Varoujan Doneyan, Baroque Violin - Philippe Grisvard, Harpsichord) - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2014 Audax Records 2014 Audax Records

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