• The Musical Treasures of Leufsta Bruk
  • CD i **;

Detailinformationen

Werke von Vivaldi, Schaffrath, Marcello, Pepusch, Corbett,
Hurlebusch, Tartini

  • Künstler: Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble
  • Label: BIS, DDD, 2005
  • Bestellnummer: 7796647
  • Erscheinungstermin: 21.4.2006
  1. 1 Violin Concerto, for violin, strings & continuo in B flat major ('La caccia'; 'Il cimento' No. 10), Op. 8/10, RV 362: I. Allegro Start
  2. 2 Violin Concerto, for violin, strings & continuo in B flat major ('La caccia'; 'Il cimento' No. 10), Op. 8/10, RV 362: II. Adagio Start
  3. 3 Violin Concerto, For Violin, Strings & Continuo In B Flat Major ('la Caccia'; 'il Cimento' No. 10), Op. 8/10, Rv 362: Iii. Allegro Start
  4. 4 Duetto No. 4, for flauto traverso & harpsichord: I. Allegro Start
  5. 5 Duetto No. 4, for flauto traverso & harpsichord: II. Largo Start
  6. 6 Duetto No. 4, For Flauto Traverso & Harpsichord: Iii. Allegro Assai Start
  7. 7 Sonatas (6) for cello & continuo, Op. 2: Sonata No. 6. 1. Adagio Start
  8. 8 Sonatas (6) for cello & continuo, Op. 2: Sonata No. 6. 2. Allegro Start
  9. 9 Sonatas (6) for cello & continuo, Op. 2: Sonata No. 6. 3. Grave Start
  10. 10 Sonatas (6) for cello & continuo, Op. 2: Sonata No. 6. 4. Allegro Start
  11. 11 Concerto No. 1, for 2 flutes, 2 oboes and basso continuo: I. Largo Start
  12. 12 Concerto No. 1, for 2 flutes, 2 oboes and basso continuo: II. Canzona Start
  13. 13 Concerto No. 1, For 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes And Basso Continuo: Iii. Adagio Start
  14. 14 Concerto No. 1, for 2 flutes, 2 oboes and basso continuo: IV. Vivace Start
  15. 15 Sonata No. 4, for 2 violins & basso continuo: I. Largo Start
  16. 16 Sonata No. 4, for 2 violins & basso continuo: II. Canzona Start
  17. 17 Sonata No. 4, For 2 Violins & Basso Continuo: Iii. Adagio Start
  18. 18 Sonata No. 4, for 2 violins & basso continuo: IV. Vivace Start
  19. 19 Boerendans: De groote Mogol Start
  20. 20 Boerendans: 't Inkomen van Harderwyk Start
  21. 21 Boerendans: 't Overgaan van Doornik Start
  22. 22 Boerendans: De valsche Munters Start
  23. 23 Boerendans: De Klompe-maker Start
  24. 24 Boerendans: De Kippe Jonge Start
  25. 25 Ouvertüre No. 1, for harpsichord: I. [Ouverture] Start
  26. 26 Ouvertüre No. 1, for harpsichord: II. Allemanda Start
  27. 27 Ouvertüre No. 1, For Harpsichord: Iii. Courante Start
  28. 28 Ouvertüre No. 1, for harpsichord: IV. Sarabande Start
  29. 29 Ouvertüre No. 1, for harpsichord: V. Menuet Start
  30. 30 Ouvertüre No. 1, for harpsichord: VI. Gavotte Start
  31. 31 Violin Concerto in G minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): I. Allegro Start
  32. 32 Violin Concerto in G minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): II. Fuga alla breve Start
  33. 33 Violin Concerto In G Minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): Iii. Cantabile
  34. 34 Violin Concerto in G minor, D. 85 (Op. 1/1): IV. Allegro assai

Produktinfo

In the 18th century, Leufsta Bruk – some 140 kilometres northwest of Stockholm – was the centre of a major industry producing iron both for Swedish needs and for export. It was a little principality in the middle of the forest governed by the descendants of Louis De Geer, a Belgian financier who developed the ironworks. The family was highly cultured and musical, and in particular Charles De Geer, a noted scientist as well as industrialist, contributed greatly to the remarkable collection of musical scores at Leufsta. These scores were to a large extent brought from Amsterdam and mirror the development of music and music publishing on the continent, as well as the musical activities at a flourishing Swedish manor of the period.

Not surprisingly the collection – and this disc – contains music by well-known composers such as Vivaldi and Tartini, but there are also rarely heard works, for various instrumental combinations. Duets, keyboard solos, trio sonatas and the charming collection of ‘Boer Dances’ bear testament to the entertainments – often with the active participation of members of the De Geer family themselves – that enlivened the evenings at Leufsta in the mid-18th century.

Bringing these musical treasures to life is the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, whose many recordings on BIS have created a following around the world. Released in 1985 their version of Vivaldi's Four Seasons, with soloist Nils-Erik Sparf, is considered one of the classic recordings of this work. A much later disc, Telemann’s Don Quixotte (BIS-CD-1226) was recommended by the Spanish magazine CD Compact, and received a 5 star review in BBC Music Magazine, containing the following words of praise: 'the Drottningholm musicians capture all with admirable esprit and no breaches of stylistic decorum.' The same may safely be said about the present recording.

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