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Bound to Nothing: The German Stylus Fantasticus

Fantasticus

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Sonata in A Major, Op. 2, No. 5, BuxWV 263  
1.1
I. Allegro
Dieterich Buxtehude; Fantasticus
1:01
1.2
II. Violin Solo
Dieterich Buxtehude; Fantasticus
1:06
1.3
III. Concitato
Dieterich Buxtehude; Fantasticus
1:54
1.4
IV. Adagio
Dieterich Buxtehude; Fantasticus
1:30
1.5
V. Allegro
Dieterich Buxtehude; Fantasticus
3:50
1.6
VI. Allegro
Dieterich Buxtehude; Fantasticus
1:07
Sonata II in E Minor  
1.7
I. Adagio
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:40
1.8
II. Allegro
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:16
1.9
III. Adagio
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:02
1.10
IV. Allemande
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:26
1.11
V. Courante
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:00
1.12
VI. Sarabande
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
2:52
1.13
VII. Gigue
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:37
1.14
Sonata X in A Major
Johann Phlipp Krieger; Fantasticus
5:23
1.15
Cappricio in C Major
Johann Jacob Walther; Fantasticus
10:48
1.16
Praeludium in G Minor BuxWV 163
Dieterich Buxtehude; Fantasticus
8:02
Sonata VIII in A Major  
1.17
I. Prelude
August Kühnel; Fantasticus
4:16
1.18
II. Aria
August Kühnel; Fantasticus
3:56
1.19
III. Adagio-Allegro
August Kühnel; Fantasticus
4:17
Sonata III in A Major  
1.20
I. Adagio
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:01
1.21
II. Allegro
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:15
1.22
III. Allemande
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
2:18
1.23
IV. Courante
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:30
1.24
V. Sarabande
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
1:20
1.25
VI. Ciaconne
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach; Fantasticus
5:31
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:58
This programme from Baroque trio Fantasticus includes works by Buxtehude, Bertali, Schmelzer, Pandolfi Mealli and Jenkins: composers who all pushed the boundaries of form, technique and convention. The ensemble, which plays period instruments, takes its name from the Stylus Fantasticus of the late 17th century, a free and unrestrained method of composing, liberating instruments from the dominance of vocal music.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

Recorded at 24-bit / 96kHz resolution (DDD) Recorded in the Oude Dorpskerk, Bunnik, The Netherlands on 1-3 June 2014 Producer, Engineer & Editor: Adam Binks Cover image: Detail from Still Life with Tulips by Peter Binoit (c.1590-1632) Session photography © 2015 Resonus Limited

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