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Johann Gottlieb Janitsch: Sonate da camera, Vol. 2

Notturna, Christopher Palameta

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Sonate da camera en Do Mineur, Op. 3 No. 4  
1
I. Larghetto
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
3:47
2
II. Allegro ma non troppo
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
5:14
3
III. Allegro assai
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
3:10
Sonata da camera en La Majeur, Op. 3, No. 3  
4
I. Larghetto
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
2:42
5
II. Allegretto
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
5:52
6
III. Allegro poco vivace
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
3:04
Sonata da camera en Do Mineur, Op. 1, No. 1  
7
I. Adagio
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
3:27
8
II. Allegretto
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
5:26
9
III. Allegro assai
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
2:41
Sonata da camera en Sol Majeur, Op. 7, No. 4  
10
I. Largo
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
3:05
11
II. Fuga alla breve
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
2:22
12
III. Vivace
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
5:13
Sonata da camera en Sol Mineur, Op. 7, No. 6  
13
I. Largo
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
3:03
14
II. Fuga alla breve
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
2:25
15
III. Allegro assai
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Notturna; Christopher Palameta
3:37
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:08
“Notturna produce beautiful sound, neatly balancing the three upper voices that are so characteristic of Janitsch’s sonate da camera.”
- Early Music Review

Ensemble Notturna draws on the unique sound and expressiveness of early wind instruments to paint fresh pictures of unexplored repertoire. Since its inception the ensemble has developed an interest in the music of Berlin composer Johann Gottlieb Janitsch, and have taken as part of their mandate a project to expose his neglected masterworks, many of which have yet to be published and recorded.
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Réalisation et enregistrement / Produced and recorded by: Johanne Goyette
Montage / Edited by: Carlos Prieto
Enregistré en mai 2010 / Recorded in May 2010, Église Saint-Augustin, Mirabel, (Québec) Canada
Graphisme / Graphic design: Diane Lagacé
Couverture / Cover: © Christine Guest
Responsable du livret / Booklet Editor: Michel Ferland

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