℗ 2008 Chandos
Released 2008
Duration 59m 26s
Record Label Chandos
Catalogue No. CHAN0751
Genre Classical (Orchestral)
 

Johann Friedrich Fasch: Ouverture grosso in D Major - Andante in D Major - Concerto in D Major - Concerto in B-Flat Major (Live)

Tempesta di Mare, Gwyn Roberts, Richard Stone

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Ouverture grosso in D Major, FWV K:D8  
1.1
I. Ouverture
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
9:50
1.2
II. Rigaudon
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
2:00
1.3
III. Siciliano
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
3:15
1.4
IV. Menuet and Trio
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
2:23
1.5
V. Aria en Pologniese
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
7:19
Concerto in B-Flat Major, FWV L:B3  
1.6
I. Un poco allegro
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
4:00
1.7
II. Aria andante
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
8:43
1.8
III. Bourée and Trio
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
3:03
1.9
IV. Passepied and Trio
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
2:36
Concerto in D Major, FWV L:D15  
1.10
I. Allegro
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
4:58
1.11
II. Andante
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
3:20
1.12
III. [Allegro]
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
4:16
1.13
Andante in D Major, FWV L:D15bis
Johann Friedrich Fasch; Tempesta di Mare; Gwyn Roberts; Richard Stone
3:43
Digital Booklet
"This is a recording of some really wonderful music performed in concert by a top-notch ensemble." - American Record Guide "Four Stars ... sound is clean and bright in this live performance of a most welcome addition to the repertoire." - BBC Music Magazine In 2007 ensemble Tempesta di Mare premiered, in modern times, four long lost orchestral works by Johann Friedrich Fasch, a contemporary of Bach and Telemann. This world premiere album release features this extraordinary early music ensemble recreating otherwise forgotten music. Conductor Richard Stone describes the pieces as "fantastic, true discoveries ... they have the breadth and complexity of J.S. Bach without the austerity and have a much more evolved sense of orchestral colour that’s truly extraordinary."
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters

Recording venue: St Mark’s Church, 1625 Locust Street, Philadelphia, USA; 27 January 2007 Recording producer: David Walters Sound engineer: David Walters Assistant engineer: Charlie Post Editors: David Walters and Rachel Smith A & R administrator: Mary McCarthy Front cover: photograph by Paul Miller Back cover: photograph of Tempesta di Mare by Shoshanna Wiesner / Stilltime Photography Design and typesetting: Cassidy Rayne Creative Booklet editor: Elizabeth Long
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.03
-6.48 to -3.27
-24.45
-25.94 to -23.03
13
12 to 14
1
I. Ouverture
-3.27-23.2512
2
II. Rigaudon
-5.42-23.1512
3
III. Siciliano
-5.68-24.2812
4
IV. Menuet and Trio
-4.55-23.0312
5
V. Aria en Pologniese
-3.89-23.6013
6
I. Un poco allegro
-5.81-25.4713
7
II. Aria andante
-4.38-25.8714
8
III. Bourée and Trio
-4.95-25.7513
9
IV. Passepied and Trio
-6.48-25.9413
10
I. Allegro
-4.43-23.4912
11
II. Andante
-6.15-25.6412
12
III. [Allegro]
-4.97-23.2912
13
Andante in D Major, FWV L:D15bis
-5.36-25.0613

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