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Jaap Ter Linden|Telemann, G.P.: Tutti flauti! (Georg Philipp Telemann)

Telemann, G.P.: Tutti flauti! (Georg Philipp Telemann)

Georg Philipp Telemann

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This little disc of Telemann concertos from Dutch director Jaap ter Linden and a collection of French Canadian early music specialists should be enjoyable for anybody. From the vast field of Telemann concertos ter Linden extracts a group that naturally flow from one to another and illuminate each other. There is virtuosic writing, as in the Concerto for recorder, string orchestra, and continuo in F major, TWV 51: F1, in both the Allegro second movement and, less typically, the final pair of minuets. The only complaint about the booklet is that it does not definitively indicate which of the soloists is playing in which piece; this concerto presumably features Matthias Maute, who devised the cadenza. There are technically simpler pieces in which the concerto grosso format is wittily extended or French and Italian styles are inventively mixed. The highlight is saved for the end: the Concerto for flute, recorder, string orchestra, and continuo in E minor, TWV 52: c1, offers a brillliant treatment of the contrast between these two closely related instruments and closes with a fabulous romp through Polish folk rhythms at Presto speed. The entire ensemble crisply hangs together in the fast movements, and the degree of transparency ter Linden achieves with the texture is impressive. There's an elusive sense of fun in Telemann that is essential to an enjoyable performance, and it's present here, even if somewhat diminished by rather brittle church sound. On the whole, another successful release from the early-music.com label, which despite its name seems to have been mostly oriented toward physical product so far.
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1
I. Larghetto
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:14

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Mika Putterman, baroque flute

2
II. Allegro
Mika Putterman
00:02:35

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Mika Putterman, baroque flute

3
III. Largo
Mika Putterman
00:02:57

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Mika Putterman, baroque flute

4
IV. Presto
Jaap Ter Linden
00:02:50

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Mika Putterman, baroque flute - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra

5
I. Grave
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:32

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra

6
II. Allegro
Jaap Ter Linden
00:04:06

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra

7
III. Dolce
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:11

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

8
IV. Allegro
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:59

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra

9
I. Affettuoso
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:14

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

10
II. Allegro
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:35

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

11
III. Adagio (cadenza by M. Maute)
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:16

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

12
IV. Menuett I - Menuett II
Jaap Ter Linden
00:02:39

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

13
I. Grave
Mika Putterman
00:03:38

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Mathieu Lussier, bassoon - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Mika Putterman, baroque flute

14
II. Vivace
Mika Putterman
00:02:32

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Mika Putterman, baroque flute - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Mathieu Lussier, bassoon

15
III. Dolce
Mika Putterman
00:02:39

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Mathieu Lussier, bassoon - Mika Putterman, baroque flute

16
IV. Allegro
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:02

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Mika Putterman, baroque flute - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Mathieu Lussier, bassoon

17
I. Grave
Arion Baroque Orchestra
00:02:17

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Sophie Lariviere, recorder

18
II. Vivace
Jaap Ter Linden
00:01:47

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Sophie Lariviere, recorder

19
III. Tendrement
Jaap Ter Linden
00:02:08

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Sophie Lariviere, recorder

20
IV. Gayment
Arion Baroque Orchestra
00:02:34

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Arion Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra - Sophie Lariviere, recorder

21
I. Largo
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:34

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

22
II. Allegro
Jaap Ter Linden
00:04:00

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

23
III. Largo
Jaap Ter Linden
00:03:18

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

24
IV. Presto
Jaap Ter Linden
00:02:50

Jaap ter Linden, Conductor - Jaap ter Linden, Conductor

Album Description

This little disc of Telemann concertos from Dutch director Jaap ter Linden and a collection of French Canadian early music specialists should be enjoyable for anybody. From the vast field of Telemann concertos ter Linden extracts a group that naturally flow from one to another and illuminate each other. There is virtuosic writing, as in the Concerto for recorder, string orchestra, and continuo in F major, TWV 51: F1, in both the Allegro second movement and, less typically, the final pair of minuets. The only complaint about the booklet is that it does not definitively indicate which of the soloists is playing in which piece; this concerto presumably features Matthias Maute, who devised the cadenza. There are technically simpler pieces in which the concerto grosso format is wittily extended or French and Italian styles are inventively mixed. The highlight is saved for the end: the Concerto for flute, recorder, string orchestra, and continuo in E minor, TWV 52: c1, offers a brillliant treatment of the contrast between these two closely related instruments and closes with a fabulous romp through Polish folk rhythms at Presto speed. The entire ensemble crisply hangs together in the fast movements, and the degree of transparency ter Linden achieves with the texture is impressive. There's an elusive sense of fun in Telemann that is essential to an enjoyable performance, and it's present here, even if somewhat diminished by rather brittle church sound. On the whole, another successful release from the early-music.com label, which despite its name seems to have been mostly oriented toward physical product so far.
© TiVo

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