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An exceptionally prolific and versatile composer, Telemann reached a high musical stature in Germany at a very early stage. From 1715, aware that the provincial German musical market didn’t offer any outlet for his hundreds (and soon to be thousands) of works, he took it upon himself to broadcast his chamber music by publishing it in his own publishing house in Frankfurt. He thus became an entrepreneur and businessman, in addition to being a composer and instrumentalist. Starting in 1725, he pursued and developed this side activity in Hamburg, another very important business center. One of the outcomes of this pioneering work was that it drew the attention of Parisian flautist Michel Blavet. We think that it was Blavet who invited Telemann to Paris in 1737-38, giving him access to the most influential salons and even to the famous Concert Spirituel. His Sonatas for Two Flutes without Bass or Violin or Transverse Flute (1726) might well have been the source of their relationship. But the decisive role can probably be attributed to the 6 Quartets (1730), with which Telemann tackled new grounds in the area of chamber music for four voices, uniting the very heterogeneous sonorities of the transverse flute, the violin and the viola da gamba (or the cello) in a unique and very coherent trio of soloists, accompanied by a continuous bass. Around 1750, the Parisian publisher Le Clerc sold partitions in almost every chamber music genres from Telemann, including these so sought-after quartets, of which the present recording offers examples coming from the first, second and fourth volumes. At the helm, the superb ensemble Nevermind with Anna Besson on flute, Louis Creac’h on violin, Robin Pharo on viola da gamba and Jean Rondeau on harpsichord. © SM

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1
Zwanzig kleine Fugen: Fuga 14, TWV 30:14 00:03:24

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

2
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 4 in B Minor, TWV 43:h2: I. Prélude (Vivement) 00:05:37

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

3
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 4 in B Minor, TWV 43:h2: II. Coulant 00:03:33

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

4
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 4 in B Minor, TWV 43:h2: III. Gay 00:01:32

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

5
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 4 in B Minor, TWV 43:h2: IV. Vite 00:01:33

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

6
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 4 in B Minor, TWV 43:h2: V. Triste 00:03:30

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

7
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 4 in B Minor, TWV 43:h2: VI. Menuet (Modéré) 00:04:55

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

8
Quatrième livre de quatuors, Sonate II in F Major, TWV 43:F1: I. Adagio 00:01:19

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

9
Quatrième livre de quatuors, Sonate II in F Major, TWV 43:F1: II. Allegro 00:02:59

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

10
Quatrième livre de quatuors, Sonate II in F Major, TWV 43:F1: III. Adagio 00:02:16

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

11
Quatrième livre de quatuors, Sonate II in F Major, TWV 43:F1: IV. Allegro 00:02:31

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

12
Quatuors parisiens, Concerto I in G Major, TWV 43:G1: I. Grave - Allegro - Grave - Allegro 00:02:58

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

13
Quatuors parisiens, Concerto I in G Major, TWV 43:G1: II. Largo 00:00:28

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

14
Quatuors parisiens, Concerto I in G Major, TWV 43:G1: III. Presto 00:02:30

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

15
Quatuors parisiens, Concerto I in G Major, TWV 43:G1: IV. Largo 00:00:34

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

16
Quatuors parisiens, Concerto I in G Major, TWV 43:G1: V. Allegro 00:04:14

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

17
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 6 in E Minor, TWV 43:e4: I. Prélude 00:05:03

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

18
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 6 in E Minor, TWV 43:e4: II. Gay 00:03:02

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

19
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 6 in E Minor, TWV 43:e4: III. Vite 00:01:36

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

20
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 6 in E Minor, TWV 43:e4: IV. Gracieusement 00:02:47

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

21
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 6 in E Minor, TWV 43:e4: V. Distrait 00:03:13

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

22
Nouveaux quatuors parisiens, Quatuor No. 6 in E Minor, TWV 43:e4: VI. Modéré 00:04:21

Nevermind, Performer - Georg Philipp Telemann, Composer

2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France 2017 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France

Album Description

An exceptionally prolific and versatile composer, Telemann reached a high musical stature in Germany at a very early stage. From 1715, aware that the provincial German musical market didn’t offer any outlet for his hundreds (and soon to be thousands) of works, he took it upon himself to broadcast his chamber music by publishing it in his own publishing house in Frankfurt. He thus became an entrepreneur and businessman, in addition to being a composer and instrumentalist. Starting in 1725, he pursued and developed this side activity in Hamburg, another very important business center. One of the outcomes of this pioneering work was that it drew the attention of Parisian flautist Michel Blavet. We think that it was Blavet who invited Telemann to Paris in 1737-38, giving him access to the most influential salons and even to the famous Concert Spirituel. His Sonatas for Two Flutes without Bass or Violin or Transverse Flute (1726) might well have been the source of their relationship. But the decisive role can probably be attributed to the 6 Quartets (1730), with which Telemann tackled new grounds in the area of chamber music for four voices, uniting the very heterogeneous sonorities of the transverse flute, the violin and the viola da gamba (or the cello) in a unique and very coherent trio of soloists, accompanied by a continuous bass. Around 1750, the Parisian publisher Le Clerc sold partitions in almost every chamber music genres from Telemann, including these so sought-after quartets, of which the present recording offers examples coming from the first, second and fourth volumes. At the helm, the superb ensemble Nevermind with Anna Besson on flute, Louis Creac’h on violin, Robin Pharo on viola da gamba and Jean Rondeau on harpsichord. © SM

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