℗ 2022 BIS Records
Released August 5, 2022
Duration 1h 08m 35s
Record Label BIS
Catalogue No. BIS-2555
Genre Classical (Baroque Era)
 

Telemann: Recorder Sonatas

Dan Laurin, Anna Paradiso, Mats Olofsson

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Recorder Sonata in C Major, TWV 41:C5 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.1
I. Adagio - Allegro - Adagio - Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:38
1.2
II. Larghetto
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:02
1.3
III. Vivace
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
3:09
Recprder Sonata in A Minor, TWV 41:a4 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.4
I. Andante
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:59
1.5
II. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:53
1.6
III. Andante
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:49
1.7
IV. Presto
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:58
Recorder Sonata in F Minor, TWV 41:F2 (Arr. for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.8
I. Adagio
Georg Philipp Telemann; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:19
1.9
II. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:47
1.10
III. Adagio
Georg Philipp Telemann; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:02
1.11
IV. Gigue
Georg Philipp Telemann; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:38
Sonata in C Minor, TWV 41:c2 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.12
I. Largo
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:01
Sonata in C Minor, TWV 41:c2 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.13
II. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:27
1.14
III. Dolce
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:32
1.15
IV. Vivace
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:15
Recorder Sonata in F Major, TWV 41:F2 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.16
I. Vivace
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:44
1.17
II. Largo
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:13
1.18
III. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:32
Recorder Sonata in D Minor, TWV 41:d4 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.19
I. Affettuoso
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:56
1.20
II. Presto
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
3:33
1.21
III. Grave
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
0:53
1.22
IV. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
3:06
Sonata in F Minor, TWV 41:f1 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.23
I. Triste
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:35
1.24
II. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
4:13
1.25
III. Andante
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:48
1.26
IV. Vivace
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:20
Recorder Sonata in C Major, TWV 41:C2 (Arr. A. Bornstein for Recorder, Cello & Harpsichord)  
1.27
I. Cantabile
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:45
1.28
II. Allegro
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:15
1.29
III. Grave
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
1:47
1.30
IV. Vivace
Georg Philipp Telemann; Andrea Bornstein; Dan Laurin; Anna Paradiso; Mats Olofsson
2:26
Digital Booklet
Over the past decades, Dan Laurin has established himself as one of the most interesting recorder players of our time. His more than 30 critically acclaimed releases on BIS range from a seminal 9-disc set of van Eyck's Der Fluyten Lust-hof to contemporary concertos. The first recordings Laurin made for the label were of duets by Georg Philipp Telemann, and since then he has returned to the composer several times, recording chamber music and concertos. It is only now that he has set the complete sonatas on disc, however – works that he describes in his liner notes as forming part of most recorder players’ ‘musical DNA’. Performing them here with his regular chamber music partners Anna Paradiso and Mats Olofsson, Laurin revels in the wide technical and emotional scope of the sonatas as well as their stylistic diversity. In the C major sonata TWV 41:C5 Telemann looks backwards as he pays tribute to his illustrious forerunner Corelli, while the Empfindsamkeit of the Affettuoso of the D minor sonata is very much of its time – and throughout the collection there are traces of composer’s fascination for Polish folk music.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Records Studio Masters
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IV. Allegro
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I. Triste
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III. Andante
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IV. Vivace
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IV. Vivace
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