℗ 2022 Glossa
Released June 24, 2022
Duration 1h 13m 03s
Record Label Glossa
Catalogue No. GCD922524
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

Wiener Stimmung: Works for the Viennese Bass from the Late 18th Century

David Sinclair, Various Artists

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Double Bass Concerto in D Major  
1.1
I. Allegro moderato
Anton Zimmermann; David Sinclair; Alexandre Zanetta; Hsiang-Chi Lee; Leila Schayegh; Soko Yoshida; Lukas Hamberger; Christophe Coin; Giorgio Paronuzzi
7:33
1.2
II. Adagio, poco andantino
Anton Zimmermann; David Sinclair; Alexandre Zanetta; Hsiang-Chi Lee; Leila Schayegh; Soko Yoshida; Lukas Hamberger; Christophe Coin; Giorgio Paronuzzi
7:46
1.3
III. Allegro
Anton Zimmermann; David Sinclair; Alexandre Zanetta; Hsiang-Chi Lee; Leila Schayegh; Soko Yoshida; Lukas Hamberger; Christophe Coin; Giorgio Paronuzzi
6:11
Sonata in B Minor for Cello & Double Bass, M.C I:10 "Anno 1790"  
1.4
I. Allegro moderato
Johannes Matthias Sperger; David Sinclair; Christophe Coin
6:04
1.5
II. Adagio cantabile
Johannes Matthias Sperger; David Sinclair; Christophe Coin
4:58
1.6
III. Finale. Allegro
Johannes Matthias Sperger; David Sinclair; Christophe Coin
6:05
Sonata in F Major for Viola da gamba & Basso (After Lidl) (Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.7
Sonata in F Major for Viola da gamba & Basso (After Lidl / Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Harpsichord): I. Moderato
Franz Xaver Hammer; David Sinclair; Jonathan Pešek; Giorgio Paronuzzi
5:44
1.8
Sonata in F Major for Viola da gamba & Basso (After Lidl / Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Harpsichord): II. Adagio cantabile
Franz Xaver Hammer; David Sinclair; Jonathan Pešek; Giorgio Paronuzzi
2:45
1.9
Sonata in F Major for Viola da gamba & Basso (After Lidl / Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Harpsichord): III. Rondeau
Franz Xaver Hammer; David Sinclair; Jonathan Pešek; Giorgio Paronuzzi
4:00
Double Bass Concerto in D Major  
1.10
I. Allegro
Karl Kohaut; David Sinclair; Alexandre Zanetta; Hsiang-Chi Lee; Leila Schayegh; Soko Yoshida; Jonathan Pešek; Giorgio Paronuzzi
3:16
1.11
II. Adagio
Karl Kohaut; David Sinclair; Alexandre Zanetta; Hsiang-Chi Lee; Leila Schayegh; Soko Yoshida; Jonathan Pešek; Giorgio Paronuzzi
3:30
1.12
III. Presto
Karl Kohaut; David Sinclair; Alexandre Zanetta; Hsiang-Chi Lee; Leila Schayegh; Soko Yoshida; Jonathan Pešek; Giorgio Paronuzzi
4:37
Baryton Trio in A Major, Hob. XI:121 (Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Viola)  
1.13
I. Moderato
Franz Joseph Haydn; David Sinclair; Mariana Doughty; Jonathan Pešek
5:32
1.14
II. Menuetto
Franz Joseph Haydn; David Sinclair; Mariana Doughty; Jonathan Pešek
2:36
1.15
III. Finale. Presto assai
Franz Joseph Haydn; David Sinclair; Mariana Doughty; Jonathan Pešek
2:26
Digital Booklet
Playing the double bass as a solo instrument requires a high level of technical skill on the part of the player. At the time of the beginning of the Viennese Classical period, there were several such outstanding double bass players in Vienna and nearby Bratislava, and so the most important solo works for this instrument were written there. The "Viennese double bass" had a special feature: it had five strings instead of the usual four and was played with frets. In addition, there was a special tuning of the strings that facilitated solo playing in the higher registers. The Canadian double bassist David Sinclair is one of the few specialists for the Viennese bass worldwide and teaches historical double bass at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel. On his album "Wiener Stimmung", David Sinclair presents this extraordinary instrument with concertos and chamber music by composers such as Anton Zimmermann, Johannes Sperger, Karl Kohaut, Andreas Lidl and Franz Xaver Hammer as well as Joseph Haydn, congenially accompanied by fellow lecturers at the Schola Cantorum.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Glossa Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.53
-5.06 to -0.90
-20.86
-23.45 to -19.12
12
11 to 14
1
I. Allegro moderato
-0.90-20.1213
2
II. Adagio, poco andantino
-1.31-22.7014
3
III. Allegro
-0.90-19.3913
4
I. Allegro moderato
-0.90-20.3113
5
II. Adagio cantabile
-1.97-22.4411
6
III. Finale. Allegro
-0.90-19.1212
7
Sonata in F Major for Viola da gamba & Basso (After Lidl / Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Harpsichord): I. Moderato
-0.90-20.3913
8
Sonata in F Major for Viola da gamba & Basso (After Lidl / Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Harpsichord): II. Adagio cantabile
-5.06-23.4511
9
Sonata in F Major for Viola da gamba & Basso (After Lidl / Arr. for Double Bass, Cello & Harpsichord): III. Rondeau
-2.12-21.8912
10
I. Allegro
-0.90-19.7212
11
II. Adagio
-1.04-22.1512
12
III. Presto
-0.90-19.2613
13
I. Moderato
-2.70-21.0712
14
II. Menuetto
-0.90-20.7411
15
III. Finale. Presto assai
-1.52-20.1012

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