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The Berlin Album

Ensemble Diderot, Johannes Pramsohler

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Trio sonata in E Major  
1.1
I. Mezzo allegro
Frantisek Benda; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
4:06
1.2
II. Larghetto
Frantisek Benda; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
2:25
1.3
III. Presto
Frantisek Benda; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
2:55
Trio sonata in A Major, GWV Av:XV:41  
1.4
I. Adagio
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
4:38
1.5
II. Allegro non troppo
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
4:31
1.6
III. Vivace. Allegro. Scherzando
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
7:02
Trio sonata in D Minor  
1.7
I. Andante
Johann Philipp Kirnberger; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
2:12
1.8
II. Allegro
Johann Philipp Kirnberger; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
3:07
1.9
III. Presto
Johann Philipp Kirnberger; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
2:12
1.10
Fugue in D Major
Princess Anna Amalia of Prussia; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
2:17
Trio sonata in A Minor  
1.11
I. Allegretto
Johann Abraham Peter Schulz; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
4:28
1.12
II. Adagio maestoso
Johann Abraham Peter Schulz; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
2:29
1.13
III. Poco allegro
Johann Abraham Peter Schulz; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
2:39
Trio sonata in G Major "Melancholicus & Sanguineus", GWV A:XV:11  
1.14
I. Affettuoso
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
3:34
1.15
II. Allegro non troppo
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
4:31
1.16
III. Allegro di molto
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
4:24
Trio sonata in G Major  
1.17
I. Andante
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
3:14
1.18
II. Allegro ma non tanto
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
4:54
1.19
III. Vivace alla lira
Johann Gottlieb Janitsch; Ensemble Diderot; Johannes Pramsohler
3:30
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:08
This time, Ensemble Diderot puts the spotlight on Berlin, the cosmopolitan German capital. As always, the four creative musicians wander far from the beaten track and draw an astonishingly new picture without the usual three protagonists: King Frederick II, his flute, and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Six world premiere recordings, including Graun's Sanguineus and Melancholicus, which was probably the model for Bach's famous work of the same name, reflect the splendor and elegance of the Berlin School.

The quartet, which has been nominated as "Ensemble of the Year" for an OPUS KLASSIK award, shows itself once again as a passionate storyteller. The focus, as at the inception in Berlin of the modern concert open to all, is on the enjoyment of listening.
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