℗ 2015 Winter and Winter
Released May 1, 2015
Duration 1h 12m 52s
Record Label Winter and Winter
Genre Classical
 

Baroque Music in the 21st Century

Various Artists

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Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of Fugue), BWV 1080  
1.1
Contrapunctus I (arr. by for chamber ensemble)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Il Suonar Parlante
2:32
Goldberg Variations, BWV 988  
1.2
Variation 18, Canon at the 6th (arr. by U. Caine for Jazz Ensemble)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Uri Caine; Uri Caine; Uri Caine Ensemble
1:48
Mi palpita il cor, HWV 132c  
1.3
Aria: Ho tanti affanni in petto
George Frideric Handel; Die Freitagsakademie; Susanne Rydén
6:25
1.4
Gagliarda No. 1
Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi; Aarón Zapico
1:03
Pieces de viole: Suite No. 1 in D Minor  
1.5
VI. La Couperin
Antoine Forqueray; Vittorio Ghielmi; Luca Pianca
4:42
1.6
Variation for Cello Solo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Uri Caine; Uri Caine; Uri Caine Ensemble
2:34
Goldberg Variations, BWV 988  
1.7
Variatio 1. à 1 Clav.
Johann Sebastian Bach; Teodoro Anzellotti; Teodoro Anzellotti
2:00
1.8
Fantasia a 4 in A Minor, Z. 740
Henry Purcell; Vittorio Ghielmi; Il Suonar Parlante
3:39
1.9
Variation 25 (arr. by U. Caine for Jazz Ensemble)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Uri Caine; Uri Caine; Uri Caine Ensemble
5:22
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, BWV 1048  
1.10
I. (Allegro)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Die Freitagsakademie
4:39
1.11
Aria: Pur alfin gentil viola
Attilio Ariosti; Monika Mauch; Marianne Rônez; Affetti Musicali
7:38
1.12
Passacaglia (arr. by A. Zapico, D. Zapico and P. Zapico for Theorbo, Guitar and Harpsichord)
Johannes Kapsberger; Aarón Zapico; Daniel Zapico; Pablo Zapico; Forma Antiqva
3:19
Violin Concerto in F Minor, Op. 8 No. 4, RV 297 "The Four Seasons - Winter"  
1.13
I. Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi; Aarón Zapico; Aitor Hevia; Forma Antiqva
3:20
1.14
II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi; Aitor Hevia; Forma Antiqva; Aarón Zapico
2:04
1.15
Keyboard Sonata in B Flat Major, K.248/L.S35/P.187 (arr. for Accordion)
Anonymous; Domenico Scarlatti; Teodoro Anzellotti
4:21
1.16
Sonata seconda
Giovanni Battista Fontana; Enrico Onofri; Margret Koll; Lorenzo Ghielmi
6:03
Weihnachts-Oratorium, BWV 248  
1.17
Part I: Jauchzet, frohlocket, auf, preiset die Tage
Johann Sebastian Bach; Martin Durr; Cornelia Kallisch; Markus Schäfer; Robert Swensen; Thomas Quasthoff; Windsbach Boys Choir; Munich Bach Soloists; Karl-Friedrich Beringer; Juliane Banse
7:52
Cello Suite No. 4 in E Flat Major, BWV 1010  
1.18
I. Prelude
Johann Sebastian Bach; Paolo Beschi
3:31
This sampler presents some of the Baroque music recorded in the 21st century by artists from the roster of German record label Winter and Winter. These musicians, at times unconventional thinkers, confidently transform the ancient scores and occasionally cross the boundaries into jazz. Uri Caine improvises with Vittorio Ghielmi, Ernst Reijseger plays Bach, Teodoro Anzellotti discovers the Baroque accordion, Die Freitagsakademie abducts the Brandenburg Concertos from the concert hall and Aarón Zapico transforms sorrow, sadness, passion, love and happiness into sound.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Winter and Winter Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 3, 5, 6, 8 - 11, 15, 16, 18 – 44.1 kHz / 16-bit PCM Tracks 4, 7, 12, 17 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.13
-8.73 to -0.07
-22.38
-29.35 to -17.44
-19.20
-26.40 to -14.10
13
11 to 15
1
Contrapunctus I (arr. by for chamber ensemble)
-2.01-20.80-17.912
2
Variation 18, Canon at the 6th (arr. by U. Caine for Jazz Ensemble)
-5.90-23.03-20.212
3
Aria: Ho tanti affanni in petto
-0.07-22.28-19.215
4
Gagliarda No. 1
-1.97-20.64-16.912
5
VI. La Couperin
-0.44-23.61-20.915
6
Variation for Cello Solo
-4.25-25.10-22.813
7
Variatio 1. à 1 Clav.
-3.07-22.24-19.313
8
Fantasia a 4 in A Minor, Z. 740
-1.30-21.23-17.712
9
Variation 25 (arr. by U. Caine for Jazz Ensemble)
-1.03-26.36-22.115
10
I. (Allegro)
-3.60-23.93-21.113
11
Aria: Pur alfin gentil viola
-0.18-22.67-19.114
12
Passacaglia (arr. by A. Zapico, D. Zapico and P. Zapico for Theorbo, Guitar and Harpsichord)
-8.73-29.35-26.413
13
I. Allegro non molto
-0.07-20.97-16.313
14
II. Largo
-3.82-23.59-20.912
15
Keyboard Sonata in B Flat Major, K.248/L.S35/P.187 (arr. for Accordion)
-0.44-20.55-17.413
16
Sonata seconda
-0.36-17.44-14.111
17
Part I: Jauchzet, frohlocket, auf, preiset die Tage
-0.42-17.96-14.611
18
I. Prelude
-0.65-21.05-18.712

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