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Bruggen, Schroder, Bylsma & Leonhardt - Telemann: Nouveaux Quatuors en Six Suites (1993)

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Bruggen, Schroder, Bylsma & Leonhardt - Telemann: Nouveaux Quatuors en Six Suites (1993)
Artist: Frans Bruggen, Jaap Schroder, Anner Bylsma & Gustav Leonhardt
Title Of Album: Telemann: Nouveaux Quatuors en Six Suites
Year Of Release: 1993
Label: Teldec
Country: Netherlands
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:24:09
Full Size: 781 MB


CD 1
Qt No.1 in D, TWV 43, D 3:
1. Prelude, Vivement
2. Tendrement
3. Vite
4. Gaiment
5. Moderement
6. Vite

Qt No.2 in a, TWV 43, a 3:
7. Allegrement
8. Flatteusement
9. Legerement
10. Un peu vitement
11. Vite
12. Coulant

Qt No.3 in G, TWV 43, G4:
13. Prelude, Un peu vivement
14. Legerement
15. Gracieusement
16. Vite
17. Modere
18. Gai
19. Lentement (- Vite-Lentement-Vite)

Qt No.4 in b, TWV 43, h2:
20. Prelude, Vivement
21. Flatteusement
22. Coulant
23. Gai
24. Vite
25. Triste
26. Menuet, Modere

CD 2
Qt No.5 in A, TWV 43, A 3:
1. Prelude, Vivement
2. Gai
3. Modere
4. Modere
5. Pas vite
6. Un peu gai

Qt No.6 in e, TWV 4 3, e 4:
7. Prelude, A discretion (-tres vite-A discretion)
8. Gai
9. Vite
10. Gracieusement
11. Distrait
12. Modere

St in F:
13. Presto - Jaap Schroder
14. Corsicana - Jaap Schroder
15. Allegrezza - Jaap Schroder
16. Scherzo - Jaap Schroder
17. Gigue - Jaap Schroder
18. Polacca - Jaap Schroder
19. Minuetto - Jaap Schroder

St 'La Lyra' in E flat, TWV 55, Es 3:
20. Ouverture (Andante/Allegro/Andante) - Concerto Amsterdam/Frans Bruggen
21. Menuet I/Menuet II (Doucement)/Menuet I - Concerto Amsterdam/Frans Bruggen
22. La Vielle - Concerto Amsterdam/Frans Bruggen
23. Sicilienne avec Cadence - Concerto Amsterdam/Frans Bruggen
24. Rondeau - Concerto Amsterdam/Frans Bruggen
25. Bourree/ Bourree II/Bourree I - Concerto Amsterdam/Frans Bruggen
26. Gigue - Concerto Amsterdam/Frans Bruggen

In the Telemann mountains, much of the topography remains terra incognita because most of Telemann's music remains an undiscovered country. But whatever future generations of hardy musicologists may uncover, it is unlikely that Telemann's Nouveaux Quatuors en Six Suites published in Paris in 1738 will be displaced as among his output's highest peaks. Their graceful elegance, their tender expressivity, their extraordinary colors, their buoyant rhythms: all these things place Telemann's Paris quartets not only among the peaks of his output but among the peaks of late-Baroque chamber music.

Certainly, these 1964 recordings by the Quadro Amsterdam are unlikely to be displaced as among the peaks of the early music revival. With the dulcet recorder playing of Frans Bruggen, the refined violin playing of Jaap Schroder, the stylish cello playing of Anner Bylsma, and of course the masterful harpsichord playing of Gustav Leonhardt, the Quadro Amsterdam remains unchallenged as the most beautiful and the most musical of all early music chamber ensembles. Whatever Telemann's quartets call for -- delicacy, ardor, wit, affection, strength -- the Bruggen, Schroder, Bylsma, and Leonhardt quartet supply it in fullest measure. And that the second disc is filled out with Schroder and Bruggen's recordings of Telemann's charming Suite in F major and Suite in E flat major only adds to the richness of the set. Teldec's stereo sound was clear and warm in its day and still sounds splendid in this 1993 digital remastering. -- James Leonard

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