℗ 2013 BIS Records
Released May 28, 2013
Duration 1h 04m 59s
Record Label BIS
Genre Classical
 

The Trio Sonata in 18th-Century Germany

London Baroque

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Trio Sonata No. 4 in C Major  
1.1
I. Adagio
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg; London Baroque
3:12
1.2
II. Allabreve
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg; London Baroque
2:38
1.3
III. Largo
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg; London Baroque
1:39
1.4
IV. Gigue
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg; London Baroque
3:10
Trio Sonata in C Minor, FWV N:c2  
1.5
I. Largo
Johann Friedrich Fasch; London Baroque
2:26
1.6
II. Allegro un poco
Johann Friedrich Fasch; London Baroque
2:10
1.7
III. Largo
Johann Friedrich Fasch; London Baroque
2:24
1.8
IV. Allegro
Johann Friedrich Fasch; London Baroque
2:45
Trio Sonata in F Major, W. VII/3, B. 12  
1.9
I. Allegro
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach; London Baroque
3:27
1.10
II. Andante
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach; London Baroque
3:28
1.11
III. Tempo di Minuetto
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach; London Baroque
2:30
Trio in B Flat Major, GraunWV A:XV:16  
1.12
I. Adagio
Johann Gottlieb Graun; London Baroque
2:56
1.13
II. Allegretto
Johann Gottlieb Graun; London Baroque
5:28
1.14
III. Allegro non troppo
Johann Gottlieb Graun; London Baroque
4:57
Trio in G Major, TWV 42:G10  
1.15
I. Cantabile
Georg Philipp Telemann; London Baroque
2:23
1.16
II. Vivace
Georg Philipp Telemann; London Baroque
1:59
1.17
III. Affettuoso
Georg Philipp Telemann; London Baroque
2:11
1.18
IV. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; London Baroque
2:11
Trio Sonata in B Flat Major, Wq. 158, H. 584  
1.19
I. Allegretto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; London Baroque
5:00
1.20
II. Largo con sordini
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; London Baroque
4:31
1.21
III. Allegro
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; London Baroque
3:34
Digital Booklet
“with the exception of Goldberg's sonata these compositions are not that well-known and that makes this disc a worthwhile addition to the discography. That is even more the case in consideration of the performances. London Baroque is one of the older ensembles in the world of historical performance practice. It is still going strong, and it is remarkable how it has kept its high standard over so many years.” - MusicWeb International “Stylish playing, ravishingly recorded.” - BBC Music Magazine Longer-lived than its Italianate counterpart, the German trio sonata genre is the focus of this series finale from London Baroque. Founded in 1978, the foremost exponents of baroque chamber music presents works from C.P.E. Bach to Telemann with passion and a perfectly blended ensemble sound.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters
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Album average
Range of values
-3.10
-5.26 to -0.01
-22.96
-26.02 to -20.35
13
11 to 14
1
I. Adagio
-5.04-23.6913
2
II. Allabreve
-2.68-21.8813
3
III. Largo
-4.99-24.4912
4
IV. Gigue
-3.16-22.1613
5
I. Largo
-0.72-21.8412
6
II. Allegro un poco
-1.14-20.3512
7
III. Largo
-4.39-22.6511
8
IV. Allegro
-1.34-20.9813
9
I. Allegro
-1.55-22.9913
10
II. Andante
-3.75-23.1313
11
III. Tempo di Minuetto
-4.54-23.0013
12
I. Adagio
-2.44-22.3612
13
II. Allegretto
-0.01-22.2014
14
III. Allegro non troppo
-2.74-23.0714
15
I. Cantabile
-4.44-24.4212
16
II. Vivace
-2.02-22.9913
17
III. Affettuoso
-3.93-24.8313
18
IV. Allegro
-5.26-23.3612
19
I. Allegretto
-3.98-23.4313
20
II. Largo con sordini
-4.96-26.0214
21
III. Allegro
-2.09-22.2714

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