Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop, Kate Clarke, Jacques Ogg, Richte van der Meer

Five Flute Trio's

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Format: CD
Label: Globe
UPC: 8711525511002
Catnr: GLO 5110
Release date: 19 August 2002
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Globe
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8711525511002
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GLO 5110
Release date
19 August 2002
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About the album

Another unusual and exciting recording with the renowned flautist Wilbert Hazelzet in the leading part, ably assisted by wonderful musicians such as violinist Alda Stuurop and harpsichordist jacques Ogg. The inspired performances of these five too seldom heard Trio Sonatas by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (the only Trio sonata for two flutes and b.c. he ever wrote, among them) offer over 66 minutes of delightful music and can hardly be equalled, let alone surpassed!
Een ongewoon album met verrukkelijke Triosonates van C.P.E. Bach
Dit is opnieuw een ongewoon en opwindend album met de vermaarde fluitist Wilbert Hazelzet als solist, kundig geassisteerd door wonderlijke musici als violist Alda Stuurop en klavecinist Jacques Ogg. De inspirerende uitvoeringen van de vijf Triosonates van Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, die niet vaak genoeg ten gehore worden gebracht, bieden meer dan 66 minuten aan verrukkelijke muziek. Ze kunnen nauwelijks geëvenaard, laat staan overtroffen worden!

Wilbert Hazelzet heeft zich vanaf 1970 volledig ingezet voor de flauto traverso, de voorloper van de dwarsfluit. Hij bestudeerde de 18e-eeuwse uitvoeringspraktijk en de technieken van het instrument. Tegenwoordig treedt hij vaak op samen met Jacques Ogg en luitist Konrad Junghänel, en is hij eerste fluitist in het Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.

Composer(s)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

It can't be easy to have been a son of the great Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach was undoubtedly very strict, and if you'd have any composition ambitions, you would have to find a way to step out of the shadow of your father. Luckily, his sons had everything going for them considering their music. Whereas the traditional Baroque music of their father slowly went out of fashion, most of Bach's sons managed to follow the new trends of the early Classicism. In other words: relatively simple, melodic music which is not too heavy on the listener, yet still very passionate.  Carl Philipp Emanuel, Bach's fifth son, became the most outstanding among his siblings. Like each of Bach's sons, he received a...
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It can't be easy to have been a son of the great Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach was undoubtedly very strict, and if you'd have any composition ambitions, you would have to find a way to step out of the shadow of your father. Luckily, his sons had everything going for them considering their music. Whereas the traditional Baroque music of their father slowly went out of fashion, most of Bach's sons managed to follow the new trends of the early Classicism. In other words: relatively simple, melodic music which is not too heavy on the listener, yet still very passionate.

Carl Philipp Emanuel, Bach's fifth son, became the most outstanding among his siblings. Like each of Bach's sons, he received a solid education from his father, en Carl Philipp developed into a remarkably talented keyboardist. Moreover, he became a prolific composer and of all Bach's sons, he was able to came closest to the quality of his father's work, albeit in a completely different style.


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01.
Trio in G Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 150: I. Allegro
04:59
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
02.
Trio in G Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 150: II. Adagio
05:13
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
03.
Trio in G Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 150: III. Allegro
04:47
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
04.
Trio in B Minor for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 143: I. Allegro
05:00
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
05.
Trio in B Minor for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 143: II. Adagio
03:30
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
06.
Trio in B Minor for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 143, III. Presto
02:13
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
07.
Trio in E Major for Two Flutes and B.c., Wq. 162: I. Allegretto
05:28
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
08.
Trio in E Major for Two Flutes and B.c., Wq. 162: II. Adagio di Molto
04:27
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
09.
Trio in E Major for Two Flutes and B.c., Wq. 162: III. Allegro Assai
05:08
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
10.
Trio in A Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 146: I. Allegretto
06:01
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
11.
Trio in A Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 146: II. Andante
03:51
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
12.
Trio in A Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 146: III. Vivace
03:58
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
13.
Trio in C Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 147: I. Allegro
04:08
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
14.
Trio in C Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 147: II. Adagio
04:11
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
15.
Trio in C Major for Flute, Violin and B.c., Wq. 147: III. Allegro
03:29
(Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach) Wilbert Hazelzet, Alda Stuurop
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