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Six Transcriptions

Francis Colpron

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24 Caprices  
1
No. 24 in A Minor (arr. by F. Colpron for Recorder)
Niccolò Paganini; Francis Colpron
5:48
12 Fantaisies  
2
No. 8 in E Major, TWV 40:21 (arr. by F. Colpron for Recorder)
Georg Philipp Telemann; Francis Colpron
6:36
Pièces de viole, Book 2  
3
Variations on Les folies d’Espagne for Viola da Gamba and Basso Continuo in D Minor [Played in B Minor – excerpts] (arr. by F. Colpron for Recorder)
Marin Marais; Francis Colpron
12:19
Partita in A Minor, BWV 1013  
4
I. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Francis Colpron
7:27
5
II. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Francis Colpron
4:04
6
III. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Francis Colpron
5:02
7
IV. Bourée anglaise
Johann Sebastian Bach; Francis Colpron
3:06
L'arte dell'arco  
8
Variations on Gavotte from Corelli's Sonata Op. 5, No.10 (arr. by F. Colpron for Recorder)
Giuseppe Tartini; Francis Colpron
11:03
12 Fantaisies  
9
No. 4 in D Major, TWV 40:17 (arr. by F. Colpron for Recorder)
Georg Philipp Telemann; Francis Colpron
4:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:59
Francis Colpron performs six transcriptions of violin pieces for solo recorder by the Baroque composers Tartini, Bach, Telemann, and Marais. Given the relative lack of challenging scores for the recorder, Colpron reaches into the violin repertoire for inspiration.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ATMA Classique Studio Masters

Lieu d’enregistrement / Recording venue: Église Saint-Augustin, Mirabel, (Québec), Canada, Avril / April 2013
Réalisation / Produced by: Johanne Goyette
Ingénieur du son et montage / Sound Engineer and Editing by: Carlos Prieto
Graphisme / Graphic design: Diane Lagacé
Responsable du livret / Booklet Editor: Michel Ferland
Photos : © Sebastien Jurkovich

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