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J.C.F. Bach - Camerata Köln - Sonatas & Trios (2007) [Repost, new rip]
Author: luckburz

Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach - Camerata Köln - Sonatas & Trios
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 360 MB | Full Artwork: 84 MB | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: CPO # 777 087-2 | Country/Year: Germany 2007
Genre: Classical | Style: Baroque, Classical Period

"...Camerata Köln maintains a very high performance standard throughout all of this music; even considering the strong showings that they have made in the past with eighteenth century chamber music, one is strongly moved to state that this is one of its best outings ever. Anyone who treasures chamber music of the eighteenth century and values the forward trajectory of Johann Sebastian Bach's music through that of his sons should not be scared of CPO's Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach: Sonatas & Trios, as it is immediate, highly entertaining, and revelatory." ~allmusicguide
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Ruth Ziesak, Camerata Köln - Telemann: Fortsetzung des Harmonischen Gottesdienstes (2005)
Author: tirexiss

Ruth Ziesak, Camerata Köln - Telemann: Fortsetzung des Harmonischen Gottesdienstes (2005)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 55:03 | 257 MB
Genre: Classical, Vocal | Label: CPO | Catalog: 999 764-2

Georg Philipp Telemann's Fortsetzung des Harmonisches Gottesdienstes is a sprawling published collection of sacred cantatas, one cantata for every Sunday and feast day in the church calendar, 72 cantatas in all. This colossal project made its bow in 1731, and is actually a sequel to an equally huge collection that Telemann published in 1725, Harmonischer Gottesdienst. About the only small thing in Fortsetzung are the performance dimensions of the individual cantatas, scored for solo voice, an instrument or two, and continuo.
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Michael Schneider, Camerata Köln, La Stagione Frankfurt - Telemann: Wind Concertos Vol.2 (2008)
Author: Ebisu

Telemann - Wind Concertos Vol.2 (Michael Schneider) (2008)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Image+.Cue, Log | Covers | 264.89 MB
Label: CPO | TT: 54:38

The varied forces of Georg Philipp Telemann's instrumental music require a flexible ensemble to give a sense of the music's range. In this case, two German historical-instrument ensembles, La Stagione Frankfurt and the veteran Camerata Köln, join forces for a set of concertos with a delightfully varied set of soloists. This music has the odd combination of lightness and unorthodoxy that tends to either attract or repel those who listen to Telemann. The concertos, in three or four Italianate movements, are among his most progressive works, none more so than the Concerto in D major for two horns, strings, and continuo, TWV 52:D1, where the continuity of Baroque texture breaks up entirely: at one point the horns seem to inhabit their own stately sphere as the strings pause to let them pass. But each of the concertos has moments as unusual, if not quite as dramatic. (James Manheim)
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Telemann - Six Trios 1718 / Camerata Köln
Author: alekhno

Georg Philipp Telemann - Six Trios 1718
Classical | EAC | FLAC, CUE, LOG | 1 CD | Covers | 317 Mb | rs.com | 2004
Camerata Köln

In each of these trios, Telemann prescribes a different instrumentation. He forms six entirely individual instrumentations consisting of four wind instruments, four stringed instruments, and continuo.
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Sebastian Bodinus - Musicalische Divertissements [Parts 5 + 6] - Camerata Köln
Author: zamorna

Sebastian Bodinus - Musicalische Divertissements
Classical, Baroque | 1 CD | EAC | FLAC, CUE, LOG | Scans | 316 MB | Rapidshare
Recorded: 6-8 Jan. 2003, DLF Sendesaal | Released: 2005 | Label: cpo 999 945 | TT: 59:22
Camerata Köln

[...] Sebastian Bodinus [c. 1700-c. 1760] is anything but a household name, but nevertheless this 'minor master' appears to have written first-rate music, as this recording proves. [...] The divertissements presented here have nothing to do with the divertimenti of the classical period. They are quartets: pieces consisting of three equal upper parts and basso continuo, and combining elements of the sonata da chiesa, the concerto and the suite. The quartet was very rare in the time Bodinus composed his: the 1720s and 1730s. According to Johann Joachim Quantz "the use of it never became very common; as a consequence, it also cannot have been so familiar to everybody". The best-known composer of quartets was Georg Philipp Telemann, whose Quadri, published in 1730, were perhaps models for Bodinus' quartets, which belong to a six-part collection of trios and quartets, which he started to write in 1726. (Johan van Veen, musica-dei-donum.net, 2009)
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Williams: Trio Sonatas - Camerata Köln
Author: trackball

Williams: Trio Sonatas - Camerata Köln
Classical | FLAC, CUE | 1 CD, Covers, Booklet | 248 Mb
Date: 2 April 2002
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J.S. Bach - Trio Sonatas, Camerata Köln
Author: alekhno

Johann Sebastian Bach - Triosonaten BWV 525, 527, 1027-1029
Classical | ECD-DA Extractor rip | FLAC, CUE, No LOG | 1 CD | Covers | 357 Mb | rs.com | 2009
Camerata Köln

Features the Camerata Koln’s own arrangements of the Trio Sonatas BWV 525, 527 & BWV 1027-1029. Includes arrangements for Cello, Lute, Gambe and Harpsichord.
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Michael Schneider, Camerata Köln, La Stagione Frankfurt - Telemann: Wind Concertos Vol.3 (2008)
Author: Ebisu

Telemann – Wind Concertos Vol.3 (Michael Schneider) (2008)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 250 MB
Label: CPO | Catalog N.: CPO 777268-2 | TT: 53:40

Telemann wrote wind concertos for up to four solo instruments. A majority of the concertos (including all but one on this recording) are in four movements, usually slow-fast-slow-fast format, though there are many in the Italian three-movement style of fast-slow-fast.
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Michael Schneider, La Stagione Frankfurt, Camerata Köln - Telemann: Wind Concertos Vol.1 (2007)
Author: Ebisu

Telemann - Wind Concertos Vol.1 (Michael Schneider) (2007)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Image+.Cue, Log | Covers | 257.84 MB
Label: CPO | TT: 55:25

Germany's CPO label has presented the efforts of performers who have doggedly unearthed unknown music of various periods, especially the eighteenth century. With the voluminous corpus of concertos by Telemann, many of which exist only in manuscript, they enter a field with a lot of still-uncharted territory. This set of wind concertos is one of the label's most useful releases despite a few quirks. The music offers a good quick overview of the various influences at work in Telemann's concertos, which began with the seventeenth century concerto structure of a sequence of short elements resembling rhetorical figures but overlaid them with Italian and (especially) French influences. There are hints of Handel, Couperin, Corelli, Bach, and other composers, but there is a lightness and enthusiasm throughout that is entirely Telemann's own. (James Manheim)
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Vivaldi - Flute Concertos Op.X (Camerata Koln) [2014 / 1990]
Author: Sowulo

Vivaldi - Flute Concertos Op.X (Camerata Köln) [2014 / 1990]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 1cd, 280 MB
Classical | Label: DHM | Catalog Number: 88843 02161 | TT: 64’27

The Camerata Köln is a Cologne-based chamber ensemble devoted largely to early music, with a special focus on woodwind compositions. The group's repertory includes concertos, quartets, quintets, sonatas, and other works mainly from the post-Renaissance era and reaching into the Classical period. The group concertizes regularly in Germany and most parts of Europe and has made numerous tours of the Americas and other parts of the globe. By 2006, it had made well over 50 recordings...
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