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Heinichen: Concertos & Sonatas

Johann David Heinichen , Epoca Baroca Audio CD
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  • Orchestra: Epoca Baroca
  • Composer: Johann David Heinichen
  • Audio CD (September 20, 2005)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CPO Records
  • ASIN: B000AMMSGW
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,631 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Concerto a 4 in G major, for oboe, bassoon, cello & harpsichord: Andante
2. Concerto a 4 in G major, for oboe, bassoon, cello & harpsichord: Vivace
3. Concerto a 4 in G major, for oboe, bassoon, cello & harpsichord: Adagio
4. Concerto a 4 in G major, for oboe, bassoon, cello & harpsichord: Allegro
5. Sonata for oboe, viola da gamba & continuo in C minor: Affetuoso
6. Sonata for oboe, viola da gamba & continuo in C minor: Allegro
7. Sonata for oboe, viola da gamba & continuo in C minor: Adagio
8. Sonata for oboe, viola da gamba & continuo in C minor: Vivace
9. Sonata a 2, for oboe & bassoon in C minor: Grave
10. Sonata a 2, for oboe & bassoon in C minor: Allegro
11. Sonata a 2, for oboe & bassoon in C minor: Larghetto e cantabile
12. Sonata a 2, for oboe & bassoon in C minor: Allegro
13. Concerto a 4 in D major, for violin, viola da gamba & basso continuo: Andante
14. Concerto a 4 in D major, for violin, viola da gamba & basso continuo: Vivace
15. Concerto a 4 in D major, for violin, viola da gamba & basso continuo: Adagio
16. Concerto a 4 in D major, for violin, viola da gamba & basso continuo: Allegro
17. Sonata a 3, for oboe, violin & basso continuo in C minor: Vivace
18. Sonata a 3, for oboe, violin & basso continuo in C minor: Largo
19. Sonata a 3, for oboe, violin & basso continuo in C minor: Presto
20. Sonata a 2, for oboe & basso continuo in G minor: Largo
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Johann David Heinichen was born two years before Bach and Handel and two years after Telemann. He was a Thomaschüler and there he met and played underTelemann in the famed Collegium Musicum. After finishing law school he traveled to Venice and there came in contact with such composers as Vivaldi. His style, only now coming to light as the result of musicological research into the music archives at the Dresden court (where he spent most of his professional life), combines elements of both the German and Italian high baroque. He is blessed with an ability to write immediately memorable melodies as well as contrapuntal mastery. The only prior music of his I'd heard was that recorded by Reinhold Goebel and Musica Antiqua Köln which also contained a number of concerti and trio sonatas. If memory serves, there are no duplications between that 2CD set and this CD from Epoca Barocca. I recall being delighted by the Goebel discs, and the same is true here. This is utterly charming music played with grace and style by a variety of soloists.

Included are concerti and sonatas for oboe and bassoon, for oboe and viola da gamba, for viola and viola da gamba, for oboe and violin (two concerti), for oboe alone, all with basso continuo which, on this recording, is also varied as to instrumentation. Soloists include such well-known players as the amazing baroque bassoonist Sergio Azzolino and Alessandro Piqué, baroque oboe. Special mention must be made of the archlutist, Matthias Spaeter, whose playing is suave and apt.

The recorded sound is really quite good, with just the right amount of ambient air around the clearly recorded instruments.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Delightful Music February 12, 2011
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Two notes:

1. Heinichen is one of those often overlooked baroque composers who deserves much more attention. There is some wonderful music here.

2. The ensemble, Epoca Barocca, plays this music exquisitely on period instruments. They are both intellectually and emotionally engaged with the music. I strongly urge you to look at other recordings by this group, especially their Fasch CD.

This was a very rewarding purchase.
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