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Voyageur Virtuose

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  • Performer: Amarillis
  • Composer: Telemann Georg Philipp
  • Audio CD (April 24 2007)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nvv
  • ASIN: B000MTFD56
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #324,099 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Voilà livrée une gravure qui fait une féroce compétition à la référence «Biondi -Tripla Concordia-enregistré Live» en 1999 consacrée, notamment aux sonates en trio de sieur Telemann. C'est que David Plantier violoniste de son état, en ouvrant, comme Biondi, le programme sur le TWV42:d10 ne donne pas sa place : violon féroce, superbement agile, d'une présence inouïe, magnifié par une prise de son supérieure qui donne tout de go à l'ensemble une plus-value audio. Dès les premières mesures, on sent que le ton est donné pour un récital tout de feu.

En fait, le voyage est plus tranquille qu'il n'y parait. Il recèle néanmoins des moments d'une rare intensité. Si la sonate en si bémol majeur, pour flûte à bec, clavecin obligé et basse continue calme le tempo; la sonate pour violoncelle en ré majeur réserve de belles étincelles. La sonate pour hautbois est par ailleurs plutôt calme. La finale, pour flûte à bec et violon, rehausse la tension. Grâce notamment à David Plantier...Encore lui !

Intéressant ce petit voyage...
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9e7e6ad4) out of 5 stars 1 review
HASH(0x9e7e8900) out of 5 stars Terrific Telemann April 16 2013
By Sid Nuncius - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
In recent years Telemann has begun to be recognised for the genuinely great composer that he was, and this disc will serve to further that recognition. It's a cracking collection of six of his Trio Sonatas featuring flute, oboe and cello and I find it a delight.

The music is excellent. It is Baroque chamber music at its best, full of melody, harmonic invention and beautifully varied moods. Telemann's prolific output has led a lot of people to assume that he wrote reams of pleasant but ultimately uninteresting wallpaper but that really isn't the case and these sonatas show his true skill and inventiveness so that while listening to this music it is easy to see why Bach admired Telemann so greatly.

The performances really bring out all the music's qualities. Charm and grace abound, but there is also real bounce and zing in the quicker movements and genuine feeling in the slower movements. Amaryllis are a new ensemble to me and they are terrific, showing an effortless virtuosity, an obvious joy in the music and a wonderful empathy between them. It is exemplary chamber playing and a joy to listen to, very well captured in the excellent recorded sound.

I don't mean to gush, but I really do love this disc. It is in the same league for me as the Purcell Quartet's superb recordings of Bach's Trio Sonatas Bach: Trio Sonatas BWV525-530, which is very high praise indeed. Very warmly recommended.