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Georg Philipp Telemann: Scherzando: VI Ouverturen nebst zween Folgesätzen

Anke Dennert

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Ouverture I in G Minor, TWV 32:5  
1
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
4:08
2
II. Larghetto e Scherzando
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:03
3
III. Allegro in G Major
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:18
Ouverture II in A Major, TWV 32:6  
4
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:14
5
II. Largo e Scherzando in A Minor
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
2:57
6
III. Presto
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
4:23
Ouverture III in F Major, TWV 32:7  
7
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
5:00
8
II. Dolce e Scherzando in D Minor
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
2:32
9
III. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:04
Ouverture IV in E Minor, TWV 32:8  
10
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
4:33
11
II. Moderato e Scherzando in G Major
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
1:57
12
III. Allegro - Piacevole - Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:59
Ouverture V in E-Flat Major, TWV 32:9  
13
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
4:52
14
II. Suave e Scherzando in C Minor
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:01
15
III. Vivace
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:12
Ouverture VI in B Minor, TWV 32:10  
16
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
4:51
17
II. Pastorelle. Tempo giusto in D Major
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
2:56
18
III. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Anke Dennert
3:01
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:01
German harpsichordist Anke Dennert, passionate about reviving long forgotten works, celebrates Georg Philipp Telemann on this recording while underlining the nuances and various influences evident in his unique music. Dennert performs these rare pieces on a 300-year-old instrument, the only existing double manual organ built in 1728 by Hamburg harpsichord maker Christian Zell.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, Germany, May 4–6, 2015
Recording Producer/Tonmeister: Holger Busse
Editing: Thomas Bözel, Holger Busse
Harpsichord: Christian Zell, Hamburg 1728 Temperament: meantone, six-part, modified, a'=396 Hz
English Translation: Erik Dorset, Leipzig
Booklet Editing: Johanna Brause, Leipzig
Photography: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, Maria Thrun, exc. p. 8, p. 16: SLUB Dresden – Deutsche Fotothek
Graphic Design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster

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