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Telemann: Ouvertures pour la chasse

Alessandro Orlando, Sarbacanes

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Ezio, HWV 29, Act I  
1
Marche
Georg Friedrich Haendel; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
1:45
Symphonies de chasse  
2
I. Fanfare
Jean-Joseph Mouret; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
0:33
Ouverture, TWV 44:8  
3
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
3:59
4
II. Chasse
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
1:34
5
III. Menuet
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
1:25
6
IV. La Joye
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
1:14
7
V. Sarabande
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
2:32
8
VI. Loure
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
1:52
9
Fanfare à deux trompes (1)
Jean-Baptiste Morin; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
0:49
Ouverture, TWV 44:9  
10
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
3:58
11
II. Rondeau
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
1:19
12
III. Menuet
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
0:57
13
IV. Gigue
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
1:03
14
Fanfare à deux trompes (2)
Jean-Baptiste Morin; Alessandro Orlando; Sarbacanes
0:44
Ouverture TWV 44:10  
15
I. Ouverture
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Neven Lesage; Felix Roth; Alejandro Pérez; Sarbacanes; Gabriel Pidoux
5:37
16
II. Passepieds I et II
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Neven Lesage; Felix Roth; Alejandro Pérez; Gabriel Pidoux; Sarbacanes
2:09
17
III. Sarabande
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Felix Roth; Alejandro Pérez; Gabriel Pidoux; Sarbacanes; Neven Lesage
2:06
18
IV. Rigaudon
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Neven Lesage; Felix Roth; Alejandro Pérez; Gabriel Pidoux; Sarbacanes
1:18
19
V. Le Plaisir
Georg Philipp Telemann; Alessandro Orlando; Neven Lesage; Felix Roth; Alejandro Pérez; Sarbacanes; Gabriel Pidoux
2:22
20
Fanfare à deux trompes (3)
Jean-Baptiste Morin; Alessandro Orlando; Gabriel Pidoux; Sarbacanes; Neven Lesage; Felix Roth; Alejandro Pérez
0:33
21
Marche, MWV 7/29
Johann Melchior Molter; Alessandro Orlando; Felix Roth; Alejandro Pérez; Gabriel Pidoux; Sarbacanes; Neven Lesage
1:55
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    39:44
Horn player Alessandro Orlando and the Sarbacanes ensemble propose to discover how the so-called "natural" horns sounded at the end of the Baroque period. They do so by making authentic hunting ringtones with "Telemann Overtures" – which are inspired by outdoor music while offering the horn a new place in the orchestra.
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