℗ 2008 TACET Musikproduktion
Duration 59m 47s
Record Label TACET Musikproduktion
Catalogue No. TACET163HDST
Release Date May 7, 2021
Genre Classical
 

Vivaldi: Chamber Works

Daniel Gaede, Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra

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The Four Seasons, Violin Concerto in E Major, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269 "Spring"  
1.1
I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:01
1.2
II. Largo e pianissimo sempre
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
2:15
1.3
III. Danza pastorale. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:55
The Four Seasons, Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 8 No. 2, RV 315 "Summer"  
1.4
I. Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
5:28
1.5
II. Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
1:44
1.6
III. Presto
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
2:33
The Four Seasons, Violin Concerto in F Major, Op. 8 No. 3, RV 293 "Autumn"  
1.7
I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
5:11
1.8
II. Adagio molto
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
2:52
1.9
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
2:55
The Four Seasons, Violin Concerto in F Minor, Op. 8 No. 4, RV 297 "Winter"  
1.10
I. Allegro non molto
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:15
1.11
II. Largo
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
1:52
1.12
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:15
Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 12 No. 1, RV 317  
1.13
I. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:30
1.14
II. Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
4:16
1.15
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:00
Violin Concerto in E-Flat Major, RV 257  
1.16
I. Andante molto e quasi allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
4:36
1.17
II. Adagio
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:05
1.18
III. Allegro
Antonio Vivaldi; Daniel Gaede; Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra
3:04
Digital Booklet
Duration    59m 47s
How should Vivaldi’s "Four Seasons" be played? How should it be heard? As an onomatopoeic animal show and weather report? As an emotional Baroque violin concerto? Or simply as a musical »contest between harmony and invention« as the composer himself put it? Countless violinists have attempted to answer these questions with countless new versions and different performance styles of this timeless work. And so we stand, quite at a loss, faced with a myriad of recordings, which range from flamboyant, symphonic readings to ethereal chirruping, and even trendy disco versions. That the work can be beautifully performed without resorting to venturesome experiments is shown by the PCPO and soloist Daniel Gaede, who focus on authenticity and straightforwardness in their reading, without pledging themselves to a scholastic performance practice as preached by some Baroque gurus. The colourful constant change from good-humoured playing together to 'contesting' with one another is filled with the sheer joy of music-making that is free of mannerisms and whims. These performers demonstrate just how smoothly a four-wheeled Baroque motor can run: it purrs, sings, murmurs, accelerates and slackens without juddering in the least. This recording’s forte is found in the light-hearted simplicity and naturalness of the playing and the finely balanced analogue sound recording. This newest release in the "transistor-free" series by Tacet is another musical jewel. The music that Tonmeister Andreas Spreer with his nostalgic, exquisite recording technique, using nothing but tube microphones and tube amplifiers, has conjured onto the disc boasts a naturalness, warmth and vividness we thought had disappeared forever and had almost forgotten. Here a violin still sounds like a violin.
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