Pratum Integrum Orchestra – Georg Philipp Telemann: Complete Orchestral Suites Vol.2 (2009) MCH SACD ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Georg Philipp Telemann – Complete Orchestral Suites Vol.2 – Pratum Integrum Orchestra (2009)
PS3 Rip | ISO | SACD DSD64 2.0 & 5.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 00:51:06 + 48:02 mins | Scans included | 5,03 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,82 GB
© Caro Mitis | Item Number: CM 0022008-2 | Genre: Classical
Recorded: 26–30.09.08, 01.10.08 5th Studio of The Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (RTR) Moscow, Russia

In 1725 Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767) in addition to his official and other professional responsibilities started his own publishing firm with which he realized a variety of projects, some of them using innovative formats. While it is generally known that he engraved his music onto copperplates himself, a look at his correspondence reveals that he also organized the distribution of the finished products by selling copies from his own apartment and in the “music shop at the stock exchange” as well as through his contacts with musicians, booksellers and merchants throughout Europe. Until 1740 Telemann published severalhundred works gathered in almost fifty printed opera. The culminating point of his private publishing endeavor was his Musique de Table of 1733, which apart from enhancing his international reputation must have been highly profitable, as he was eager to invest in new projects. To this end he offered, in his catalogue flyers, “works that may be edited by and by” in order to whet his clients’ appetite for new compositions and to find out which kind of music might sell.

Tracklist:
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Disc I
Orchestersuite F-Dur für Streicher, Basso Continuo, zwei Hörner ad libitum, zwei Oboen und Fagott colla parte (TWV 55:F1)
1 I. Ouverture [4:31]
2 II. Pastourelle Modéré [3:19]
3 III. Rondeau [1:20]
4 IV. Gigue [1:41]
5 V. Loure [2:04]
6 VI. Menuet [2:36]
7 VII. Chaconne [2:46]
Orchestersuite A-Dur für Streicher und Basso Continuo (TWV 55:A1)
8 I. Ouverture [5:11]
9 II. Branle [1:19]
10 III. Gaillarde [1:16]
11 IV. Sarabande [2:36]
12 V. Réjouissance [2:22]
13 VI. Passepied [1:11]
14 VII. Canarie [0:58]
Orchestersuite Es-Dur für Streicher, Basso Continuo, zwei Hörner ad libitum, zwei Oboen und Fagott colla parte (TWV 55:Es1)
15 I. Ouverture [5:24]
16 II. La douceur [2:27]
17 III. Menuet [3:06]
18 IV. Les coureurs [1:12]
19 V. Air [2:43]
20 VI. Les gladiateurs [1:48]
21 VII. Les querelleurs [0:42]
Tracks 1–14 are world premiere recordings
Disc II
Orchestersuite a-Moll für Streicher, Basso Continuo, zwei Oboen und Fagott colla parte (TWV 55:a1)
1 I. Ouverture [5:02]
2 II. Rondeau [1:23]
3 III. Gavotte [1:12]
4 IV. Courante [1:40]
5 V. Rigaudon [0:51]
6 VI. Forlane [2:26]
7 VII. Menuet [2:48]
Orchestersuite D-Dur für Streicher, Basso Continuo, zwei Hörner ad libitum, zwei Oboen und Fagott colla parte (TWV 552)
8 I. Ouverture [4:48]
9 II. Hornpipe [1:22]
10 III. Entrée [1:58]
11 IV. Bourrée [1:50]
12 V. Villanelle Modéré [2:00]
13 VI. Menuet [3:46]
14 VII. Passacaille [2:52]
Orchestersuite g-Moll für Streicher, Basso Continuo, zwei Oboen und Fagott colla parte (TWV 55:g1)
15 I. Ouverture [4:41]
16 II. Napolitaine [1:47]
17 III. Polonoise [1:24]
18 IV. Mourky [0:56]
19 V. Menuet [3:00]
20 VI. Musette [0:57]
21 VII. Harlequinade [0:46]
Tracks 1–14 are world premiere recordings

Personnel:
Pratum Integrum Orchestra
Musicians:
Sergey Filchenko 1st violin J. Stainer “In Abßam prope Oenipontum”, Austria, 1678
Dmitry Lepekhov 1st violin A. Polyanich, Ordzhonikidze, former USSR, 1943 / after A. Stradivari, Italy, 1670s
Pavel Filchenko 1st violin F. Kotis, Czechia, mid-19th century / after A. Stradivari “Imperator”, Italy, early 18th century
Dmitry Sinkovsky 2nd violin “In Memory of Great Stainer”, A. Rabinovich, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1996 / after J. Stainer, Austria, mid-17th century
Natalia Kossareva 2nd violin Anonym, Germany, 1791
Ivan Titov 2nd violin J. Stainer “In Abßam prope Oenipontum”, Austria, ca.1679
Yury Vdovitchenko viola Anonym, Tirol, 1792
Sergey Tischenko viola T. Podgornyi, Moscow, Russia, 1956 / after A. Stradivari, Italy, early 18th century
Pavel Serbin cello F. Pillement, Mirecourt, France, 1795 / restored by A. Meyer, Metz, France, 1999
Alexander Gulin cello E. Meinel Meisterwerkstatten Musima, Germany, 1970s / after A. Stradivari, Italy, late 17th century
MikhaIl Khokhlov double bass Anonym, Germany, 1840s (disc I: tracks 1–21; disc II: tracks 8–21)
Grigory Krotenko double bass Anonym, Germany, 1840s (disc II: tracks 1-7)
Philipp Nodel oboe M. & F. Ponseele, Damme, Belgium, 2002 / after T. Stanesby Junior, London, ca.1720
Svetlana Usacheva oboe M. & F. Ponseele, Damme, Belgium, 2002 / after T. Stanesby Junior, London, ca.1720
MikhailShilenkov bassoon G. Wolf, Kronach, Germany, 1997 / after “HKICW”, ca.1700
Dileno Baldin natural horn A. Jungwirth, Austria, 1994 / after M. Leichamschneider, Vienna, Austria, ca.1730
Francesco Meucci natural horn A. Jungwirth, Austria, 2002 / after M. Leichamschneider, Vienna, Austria, ca.1730
Olga Martynova harpsichord Von Nagel Workshop, Paris, 2005 / after N. & F. Blanchet, Paris, 1730

SACD ISO

https://subyshare.com/suqfa6aslkm3/2009C0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2SACDR.part1.rar.html
https://subyshare.com/um8cpng8z7vs/2009C0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2SACDR.part2.rar.html
https://subyshare.com/jyapnc01cidq/2009C0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2SACDR.part3.rar.html
https://subyshare.com/um2iwgof0peb/2009C0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2SACDR.part4.rar.html
https://subyshare.com/h5fdhzzrodlq/2009C0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2SACDR.part5.rar.html
https://subyshare.com/6uu1skziavn6/2009C0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2SACDR.part6.rar.html

Hi-Res FLAC

http://subyshare.com/fd7unpi7vp2c/TelemannC0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2PratumIntegrum0rchestra200988.224.part1.rar.html
http://subyshare.com/0i1vm0cudv8c/TelemannC0mplete0rchestralSuitesV0l.2PratumIntegrum0rchestra200988.224.part2.rar.html

%d bloggers like this: