J.S. Bach Oboenwerke, vol.2

ALEXEI UTKIN, Hermitage Orchestra

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Original Recording Format: DSD 64

Why, judging by the survived music scores, different bodies of musicians were allowed for performing many works by composers of the Baroque epoch? What are the rules according to which the baroque instrumental ensembles were being formed? How to be about modern transcriptions of the ancient compositions? There is the only way to answer these questions, that is — to comprehend the special features of the baroque music, its key categories. The notion of trio widespread in that epoch deserves special attention here.
The baroque trio is a much wider category than trio in classical or romantic music since it indicates not the number of performers but the number and correlation of the musical tissue’s fibres: two expressive melodic voices are based on harmonic foundation of the figured bass (continuo part usually performed by one, two or three musicians). Such trio mode of musical thinking was as customary and natural for baroque composers as melodies to the accompaniment — for musicians of the next epoch. Thanks to the universal principles of the trio boundaries between the genres of the baroque instrumental music are transparent: one triple-voiced basis may be realized by varied bodies of performers.

Tracklist

1.
Bach Orchester Suite - Ouverture (1st)
08:47
2.
Bach Orchester Suite - Courante (2nd)
02:20
3.
Bach Orchester Suite - Gavotte I-II (3rd)
03:04
4.
Bach Orchester Suite - Forlane (4th)
01:14
5.
Bach Orchester Suite - Menuet I-II (5th)
03:20
6.
Bach Orchester Suite - Bourree (6th)
02:24
7.
Bach Orchester Suite - Passepied (7th)
03:03
8.
Bach Sonata - Andante (1st)
07:26
9.
Bach Sonata -Siciliano (2nd)
03:47
10.
Bach Sonata -Presto (3-rd)
05:39
11.
Bach Concerto in D minor - Vivace (1st)
03:34
12.
Bach Concerto in D minor -Largo ma non tanto (2nd)
05:57
13.
Bach Concerto in D minor -Allegro (3rd)
04:59
14.
Bach italian Concerto - Allegro (1st)
04:27
15.
Bach italian Concerto - Andante in D-minor (2nd)
04:29
16.
Bach italian Concerto - Presto (3rd)
04:32

Total time: 01:09:02

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Original Recording Format

Digital Converters

Meitner design

Composers

Microphones

Microphones – Neumann km130 DPA (B & K) 4006 ; DPA (B & K) 4011

Producer

Michael Serebryanyi

Recording Engineer

Erdo Groot, Roger de Schot

Recording location

5th Studio of The Russian Television and Radio

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD64

Recording Software

Merging

SKU

CM0032003

Release Date October 10, 2015
SKU CM0032003

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