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Romanus Weichlein: Opus 1, 1695

Ensemble Masques, Olivier Fortin

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1
Sonata No. 3 in A Minor
Romanus Weichlein; Ensemble Masques; Olivier Fortin
10:19
Sonata No. 6 in B-Flat Major  
2
I. Ciaccona (transcription for two Harpsichords)
Anonymous; Johann Kuhnau; Olivier Fortin; Skip Sempé
3:29
3
Sonata No. 11 in B Minor
Romanus Weichlein; Ensemble Masques; Olivier Fortin
5:47
4
Capriccio in D Major
Georg Böhm; Olivier Fortin
5:15
5
Sonata No. 9 in D Minor
Romanus Weichlein; Ensemble Masques; Olivier Fortin
5:17
6
Ciaccona in D Minor (transcription for two Harpsichords)
Johann Pachelbel; Olivier Fortin; Skip Sempé
4:53
7
Sonata No. 6 in F Major
Romanus Weichlein; Ensemble Masques; Olivier Fortin
8:03
8
Ciaccona in C Major (transcription for two Harpsichords)
Anonymous; Johann Caspar Kerll; Olivier Fortin; Skip Sempé
2:51
9
Sonata No. 2 in G Minor
Romanus Weichlein; Ensemble Masques; Olivier Fortin
8:09
10
Passacaglia in G Minor
Georg Muffat; Olivier Fortin
6:56
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:59
The Ensemble Masques, conducted by Olivier Fortin, presents this programme combining works by Muffat, Kerll and Pachelbel along with the largely unknown and totally forgotten composer Romanus Weichlein, who left several magnificent collections of sonatas and masses as well as large chaconnes, in the tradition of his compatriots. The album includes both ensemble pieces and works for solo or two harpsichords.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Alpha Studio Masters

Recorded from 5 to 8 September 2014 at the Church of Laval En Brie, France
Frederik Styns Production

Aline Blondiau Sound Engineer, Mastering, Editing
Jean-François Brun Tuning & Temperament
Dennis Collins French Translation

Hilla Maria Heintz German Translation

Valérie Lagarde & Gaëlle Lochner Graphic Design
Alpha Classics
Didier Martin Director
Pauline Pujol Production
Cover Image Nature Morte À La Carpe

Stoskopff Sebastian (1597-1657)
Clamecy, Musée D’art Et d’histoire Romain Rolland

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