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Sonaten Nr. 32, 52, 94

  • Künstler: Robert Barto, Barocklaute
  • Label: Naxos, DDD, 2007
  • Bestellnummer: 4975854
  • Erscheinungstermin: 4.4.2008
  1. 1 Lute Sonata No. 52 in C minor: I. Ouverture Start
  2. 2 Lute Sonata No. 52 in C minor: II. Courante Start
  3. 3 Lute Sonata No. 52 In C Minor: Iii. Bourree Start
  4. 4 Lute Sonata No. 52 in C minor: IV. Siciliana Start
  5. 5 Lute Sonata No. 52 in C minor: V. Menuet Start
  6. 6 Lute Sonata No. 52 in C minor: VI. Presto Start
  7. 7 Lute Sonata No. 32 in F major: I. Allemande Start
  8. 8 Lute Sonata No. 32 in F major: II. Courante Start
  9. 9 Lute Sonata No. 32 In F Major: Iii. Bourree Start
  10. 10 Lute Sonata No. 32 in F major: IV. Sarabande Start
  11. 11 Lute Sonata No. 32 in F major: V. Menuet I Start
  12. 12 Lute Sonata No. 32 in F major: VI. Menuet II Start
  13. 13 Lute Sonata No. 32 In F Major: Vii. Gigue Start
  14. 14 Lute Sonata No. 94 in G minor: I. Andante Start
  15. 15 Lute Sonata No. 94 in G minor: II. Courante Start
  16. 16 Lute Sonata No. 94 In G Minor: Iii. Paisane Start
  17. 17 Lute Sonata No. 94 in G minor: IV. Polonaise Start
  18. 18 Lute Sonata No. 94 in G minor: V. Gigue Start

Produktinfo

When Silvius Leopold Weiss died (in 1750, the year of Bach's death), he was eulogised as Europe's greatest lutenist and one of Germany's most gifted musicians. This series devoted to his complete lute works continues with the large-scale Sonata No. 52. Thought to be a late work of the composer's full maturity, this Sonata is notable for its extended movements and wide use of adventurous chromaticism and modulation. The Sonata No. 32 makes much use of the extra low notes characteristic of the enlarged thirteen-course lute introduced around 1717. In the Sonata No. 94 Weiss seems consciously to be experimenting in a style more akin to that of the following generation.

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