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Conversed Monologue - Concerti by J.G. Graun, J.-M. Leclair, W.F. Bach - Fantasticus - Guillermo Brachetta - Robert Smith - Rie Kimura

Conversed Monologue - Concerti by J.G. Graun, J.-M. Leclair, W.F. Bach - Fantasticus - Guillermo Brachetta - Robert Smith - Rie Kimura-Trio-Baroque
ID: RES10166 (EAN: 5060262790700)  | 1 CD | DDD
Released in: 2016
Resonus Classics
BACH, Wilhelm Friedemann | GRAUN, Johann Gottlieb | LECLAIR, Jean-Marie
BRACHETTA, Guillermo (harpsichord) | KIMURA, Rie (baroque violin) | SMITH, Robert (1) (viola da gamba)
Fantasticus XL (Baroque trio)
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Fantasticus XL, Rie Kimura (Baroque violin), Robert Smith (viola da gamba), Guillermo Brachetta (harpsichord)
Following several exciting and critically acclaimed albums as a Baroque trio, the Amsterdam-based group Fantasticus are now augmented to become a chamber orchestra for the first time - Fantasticus XL.

Their debut recording as an expanded group features three diverse early concerti that charts the differing forms of French and German forms of this evolving genre.

The album consists of one concerto for each original member of the trio of Rie Kimura (Baroque violin - Jean-Marie Leclair), Robert Smith (viola da gamba - Johann Gottlieb Graun) and Guillermo Brachetta (harpsichord - Wilhelm Freidemann Bach).
GRAUN, Johann Gottlieb (1703-1771) 
Concerto for Viola da Gamba in C major GraunWV A:XI 
1. I. Allegro di molto11:34 
2. II. Arietta e poco andante con sordini7:12 
3. III. Presto7:34 
LECLAIR, Jean-Marie (1697-1764) 
Concerto for Violin in G minor, Op. 10, No. 6. 
4. I. Allegro ma poco8:07 
5. II. Andante aria grazioso3:57 
6. III. Allegro6:07 
BACH, Wilhelm Friedemann (1710-1784) 
Concerto for Harpsichord in F major BR C13 / Falck 44. 
7. I. Allegro ma non troppo9:58 
8. II. Molto Adagio9:29 
9. III. Presto6:04 


'As with all their previous discs, the playing is accomplished and virtuosic, but without letting the difficulty ever take centre stage - demanding the three works may be, but each of the three stars still manage to produce ravishing sounds from their instruments.'
Early Music Review


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