Friday, December 13, 2013

New Old Music: A Telemann Recorder Concerto I Had Never Heard Before

Oberlender Alto Recorder, 18th century
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) composed so much music in total, and so much of his music comprises recorder solos, and so many of those are among the great virtuoso works of the recorder literature, that it is not too surprising that I reached age 65 without ever encountering this work (cataloged as TWV 51:C1), let alone performing it. Please enjoy this fine performance by Swedish recorder player Dan Laurin with the Polish ensemble Arte dei Suonatori, and Mark Caudle, viola da gamba.


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