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  Исполнитель(и) :
   Il Giardino Armonico  (Ensemble) , Giovanni Antonini (Conductor
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  Наименование CD :
   Il Giardino Armonico



Год издания : 2006

Компания звукозаписи : Warner Classics

Время звучания : 11:17:36

К-во CD : 11

Код CD : 2564-63264-2 (0825646326426)

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Classics (Symphony)      

Il Giardino Armonico Anthology

CD 1: Italian Music of the XVII Century

CD 2: Neapolitan Chamber Music

CD 3: Chrismas Concerto

CD 4: Vivaldi: Chamber Concertos

CD 5: Vivaldi: Double and Triple Concertos

CD 6: Vivaldi: Concertos for Lute and Mandolin

CD 7: Vivaldi: Concertos from "Il Cimento dell'Armonia e dell'Inventione" (The Four Seasons)

CD 8: Theatrical Music and Music for the Theatre

CD 9: Baroque Masterpieces !!!

CD 10: Bach: Brandenburg Concertos 1-3

CD 11: Bach: Brandenburg Concertos 4-6

Другие исполнения Brandenburg Concertos:

исполнение Concertos 1,2,3 (H.v.Karajan)

исполнение Concertos 4,5,6 (H.v.Karajan)

исполнение Six Concerts Brandebourgeois

исполнение Brandenburg Concertos (Y.Menuhin)

исполнение The Brandenburg Concertos (K. Richter)

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Il Giardino Armonico - a retrospective

The release of this box set of recordings by Il Giardino Armonico coincides with the ensemble's twenty-first anniversary and gives us an opportunity both to review its achievements and to assess just how vital a part it plays in contemporary musical life.

In the second half of the twentieth century, the modern symphony orchestra gradually lost ground in the performance of Baroque music to the leaner, more deft approach of the chamber orchestras, many of which rejected the dominance of the conductor in favour of more democratic music-making. Performances of Bach and Handel became lighter and more transparent; the glories of the Italian Baroque were rediscovered; and the Vivaldi boom got under way with the first "hit" recordings of The Four Seasons from I Musici and The Academy of St Martin in the Fields.

It was inevitable that the philosophy of the "early music" movement, which had until then addressed medieval and Renaissance music, would find its way into performances of late-seventeenth and eighteenth-century music. A new collegiality between musicologists, editors, instrument-makers and performers began to yield fresh insights into the performance of music that was part of the standard repertoire. For all its historicity, this was a natural evolution, essentially a modern approach to the challenge of restoring old masters to vibrant life. In the vanguard was Teldec's "Das Alte Werk" series, whose huge investment in artists such as Gustav Leonhardt and Nikolaus Harnoncourt brought the excitement of this approach to a vast audience. A pool of increasingly virtuosic players evolved, whose mastery of old instruments was the equal of that of their counterparts in the great symphony orchestras.

For a time, historical performance practice was violently attacked by critics who saw it as an unwelcome intrusion by "dusty" academics into the "real" world, but imperceptibly, over time, barriers crumbled. Nikolaus Harnoncourt appeared with the Royal Concertgebouw and the Vienna Philharmonic, while "mainstream" conductors like Sir Charles Mackerras and Sir Simon Rattle began to receive invitations to conduct orchestras such as The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Mutual antagonism between the two camps gave way to mutual respect.

It was into this state of relative equilibrium that II Giardino Armonico arrived in 1985. The ensemble was founded by Giovanni Antonini (recorder and musical director), Luca Pianca (theorbo/lute) and Paolo Beschi (cello), who assembled a group of adventurous graduates, joined in a quest to discover where the "early music" approach might lead them. In 1987 Enrico Onofri became leader, and the group gradually expanded so that it was able to produce an orchestra of thirty for opera and concert performances.

The timing was perfect. The major battles had been fought and won. The arguments for and against period instruments had become irrelevant. The big question now was how to make historical awareness less of an end in itself and more of a means to an end.

Up to that time, historical performance practice had not developed in Italy to the extent it had north of the Alps. Il Giardino Armonico would soon change all that. In Italian Baroque works particularly, the members of the ensemble wanted to bring out the chiaroscuro and theatricality of the music, reflecting the historic primacy of opera in Italy. A profound study of historical sources revealed the importance of articulation in music, closely allied to the art of rhetoric and the cadences of the human voice. This brought to their music-making an instinctive understanding of Baroque musical "affections" or moods and temperaments. The result is a style which Antonini has described as "quite distant from the inappropriate and dry style proffered by some ensembles, particularly by some English and Dutch groups".

The members of II Giardino Armonico never forget that the musicians who played for Vivaldi, Bach and Handel knew a lot more than they do, that careful study can establish parameters, but that rules are essentially liberating. Antonini has remarked on the largely lost and elusive art of improvisation and embellishment. In the spontaneity of their music-making, this art is revived. At the core of their work is a passionate search for ever more truthful - because creative - modes of expression, informed by knowledge and experience.

Two contrasting works included here may perhaps stand as exemplars of the special qualities of Il Giardino Armonico.

Another Four Seasons? Well, to listeners familiar with presentations of Vivaldi as a pretty, tinkly composer of harmless background music, this performance is like revisiting a much-loved painting after restoration: startling, unsettling, riveting. Aside from the individual virtuosity displayed, there is the astonishing range of colour, from stark brilliance to the subtlest shadings. Dynamic contrasts can be sudden and violent or infinitely subtle. These players are not afraid to grab the music by the scruff of the neck, or to allow it to float off in something like free fantasy. Hence the almost operatic force of this performance. This is the authentic voice of the Italian Baroque - dramatic, vivid, extreme, rhetorical.

In the Brandenburg Concertos we have the same approach translated into a different musical language. The Italian and French accents of much of the music are clearly enunciated, but the players leave dogma behind to get inside Bach's mind. Listeners used to the plush sound of orchestral strings in this music will be startled to find the strings balanced evenly with winds and brass. The thrilling natural horns in No.l (devilish to play) lend a fresh, open-air quality to the music. No.2, so often treated as a showpiece for high trumpet, emerges as a subtle interplay of two equal pairs of solo instruments, trumpet and oboe, recorder and violin. In No.5 the orchestra revels in the playful seriousness of Bach, and in No.6 the absence of violins does not, as so often, muddy the waters, but instead yields a transparently warm lyricism. Throughout, the inventiveness of continuo instruments such as the theorbo lends a magical spontaneity to the flow of the music.

Among the most exciting contributions of II Giardino Armonico have been their forays into the less-familiar areas of the Italian Baroque, casting their nets far beyond the somewhat over-fished Venetian lagoon. In 1994 a CD of music by Neapolitan contemporaries of Bach (CD 2 of this collection) shed an entirely new light on a fascinatingly different musical culture. Composers such as Durante emerged as strongly individual voices, while Domenico Scarlatti appeared for once as something other than a composer of keyboard sonatas.

One of Il Giardino Armonico's most attractive qualities is their endless curiosity. Every new achievement gives rise to fresh questions. So having forged an utterly modern approach to Vivaldi and his contemporaries, they began to go back to the music of the preceding generation with composers such as Uccellini, Rossi and Merula, whose work can be found on CD 1 of this collection.

Appropriately for an ensemble which highlighted the theatricality of Italian Baroque orchestral music, Il Giardino Armonico has also, to an extent unrivalled by just about any other period-instrument ensemble, moved into the opera house. Their performances of a wide range of opera from Monteverdi to Handel and Pergolesi, not to mention a spectacular collaboration with Cecilia Bartoli, have created tremendous excitement.

What of the future? One thing is certain. They will always be at the cutting edge in the endlessly fascinating evolution of music-making, taking their audience with them on adventures full of surprise and delight.

- John Kehoe (John Kehoe is a former Deputy Chairman of the UK National Early Music Association).


  Соисполнители :

Alessandro Marcello (Composer)
Alessandro Scarlatti (Composer)
Antonio Vivaldi (Composer)
Arcangelo Corelli (Composer)
Claudio Monteverdi (Composer)
Dario Castello (Composer)
Domenico Scarlatti (Composer)
Francesco Durante (Composer)
Francesco Manfredini (Composer)
Georg Philipp Telemann (Composer)
George Frideric Handel (Composer)
Giuseppe Torelli (Composer)
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (Composer)
Henry Purcell (Composer)
Jan Dismas Zelenka (Composer)
Johann Christoph Pez (Composer)
Johann Sebastian Bach (Composer)
Marco Uccellini (Composer)
Matthew Locke (Composer)
Salomone Rossi (Composer)
Tarquinio Merula (Composer)
Tomaso Albinoni (Composer)


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   1 01 Sinfonia Aus Il Ritorno D'Ulisse In Patria         0:00:46 Claudio Monteverdi
   1 02 1. Ciaccona         0:02:54 Tarquinio Merula
   1 03 2. Improvisation         0:01:24 -"-
   1 04 Sonata IV         0:07:36 Dario Castello
   1 05 1. Anchor Che Co'l Partire         0:03:18 Giovanni Battista Spadi
   1 06 2. Improvisation         0:01:01 -"-
   1 07 Sonata X         0:06:32 Dario Castello
   1 08 1. Sonata A 4         0:04:12 Giovanni Battista Riccio
   1 09 2. Improvisation         0:00:54 -"-
   1 10 Sonata Sopra 'La Monica'         0:03:42 Biagio Marini
   1 11 Aria Sopra 'La Bergamasca'         0:03:39 Marco Uccellini
   1 12 Sinfonia A 3         0:01:55 Salomone Rossi
   1 13 Sonata XV         0:04:37 Giovanni Battista Fontana
   1 14 Toccata         0:03:56 Alessandro Piccinini
   1 15 Sonata XVIII         0:05:36 Marco Uccellini
   1 16 Sinfonia In Eco A 3         0:01:03 Salomone Rossi
   1 17 'Vestiva I Colli'         0:03:16 Francesco Rognoni
   1 18 1. Gagliarda 'Zambalina' A 4         0:01:13 Salomone Rossi
   1 19 2. Sinfonia Grave A 5         0:02:05 -"-
   1 20 Canzon 'La Cattarina'         0:03:24 Tarquinio Merula
   1 21 Aria Sopra 'La Scatola Degli Aghi'         0:02:45 Marco Uccellini
   1 22 Sonata         0:04:25 Giovanni Paolo Cima
   1 23 Ruggiero         0:03:29 Tarquinio Merula
   1 24 Gagliarda 'Norsina' A 5         0:01:04 Salomone Rossi
   2 01 1. Largo         0:01:58 Domenico Natale Sarri - Concerto In A Minor
   2 02 2. Allegro         0:04:08 -"-
   2 03 3. Larghetto         0:02:36 -"-
   2 04 4. Spiritoso         0:01:53 -"-
   2 05 1. Grave         0:03:21 Domenico Scarlatti - Sonata In D Minor K90
   2 06 2. Allegro         0:04:41 -"-
   2 07 3. Allegro2         0:02:56 -"-
   2 08 1. Affettuoso         0:01:44 Francesco Durante - Concerto In G Minor
   2 09 2. Presto         0:03:41 -"-
   2 10 3. Largo Affettuoso         0:03:18 -"-
   2 11 4. Allegro         0:02:48 -"-
   2 12 1. Allegro         0:02:05 Alessandro Scarlatti - Sonata In A Minor
   2 13 2. Largo         0:02:02 -"-
   2 14 3. Fuga         0:02:42 -"-
   2 15 4. Piano         0:01:38 -"-
   2 16 5. Allegro 2         0:02:08 -"-
   2 17 1. Amoroso         0:02:48 Francesco Mancini - Sonata In D Minor
   2 18 2. Allegro         0:03:14 -"-
   2 19 3. Largo         0:02:17 -"-
   2 20 4. Allegro 2         0:01:54 -"-
   3 01 1. Vivace - Grave         0:01:30 Arcangelo Corelli - Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 8 "Fatto Per La Notte Di Natale"
   3 02 2. Allegro         0:02:21 -"-
   3 03 3. Adagio - Allegro - Adagio         0:02:40 -"-
   3 04 4. Vivace         0:01:01 -"-
   3 05 5. Allegro         0:02:02 -"-
   3 06 6. Pastorale         0:03:21 -"-
   3 07 1. Allegro         0:03:48 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In E Major RV 270 "Il Riposo" "... Per Il Natale"
   3 08 2. Adagio         0:01:18 -"-
   3 09 3. Allegro         0:02:44 -"-
   3 10 1. Grave - Vivace         0:02:16 Giuseppe Torelli - Concerto A Quattro In G Minor Op. 8 No. 6 "... Per Il Santissimo Natale"
   3 11 2. Largo         0:01:56 -"-
   3 12 3. Vivace         0:01:38 -"-
   3 13 Pastorale In A Major Dalla Sonata Op. 13 No. 4, RV 59         0:02:47 Antonio Vivaldi
   3 14 1. Allegro         0:01:20 Pietro Antonacci - Sinfonia Pastorale In G Major For Two Violins And Basso Continuo
   3 15 2. Pastorale: Andante - Canzona: Largo - Pastorale         0:03:50 -"-
   3 16 3. Andante         0:01:09 -"-
   3 17 1. Pastorale: Adagio         0:02:35 Johann Christoph Pez - Concerto Pastorale In F Major For Two Recorders, Two Violins, Viola And Basso Continuo
   3 18 2. Aria: Presto         0:01:23 -"-
   3 19 3. Aria: Grave         0:02:28 -"-
   3 20 4. Aria Pastorale: Presto - Adagio         0:02:11 -"-
   3 21 5. Minuet - Trio - Minuet         0:02:38 -"-
   3 22 6. Passacaglia         0:05:47 -"-
   3 23 7. Aria         0:01:27 -"-
   3 24 1. Largo         0:03:28 Francesco Manfredini - Concerto Grosso In C Major Op. 3 No. 12 "Con Una Pastorale Per Il Santissimo Natale"
   3 25 2. Largo         0:01:55 -"-
   3 26 3. Allegro         0:02:10 -"-
   4 01 1. Allegro         0:02:05 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto Op. 10, No 1 In F Major, RV 98 "La Tempesta Di Mare"
   4 02 2. Largo         0:02:07 -"-
   4 03 3. Presto         0:01:54 -"-
   4 04 1. Largo         0:01:44 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto Op. 10, No 2 In G Minor, RV 104 "La Notte"
   4 05 2. Fantasmi: Presto - Largo - Andante         0:01:20 -"-
   4 06 3. Presto         0:01:07 -"-
   4 07 4. II Sonno: Largo         0:01:56 -"-
   4 08 5. Allegro         0:02:42 -"-
   4 09 1. (Allegro)         0:03:21 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In D Major, RV 93
   4 10 2. Largo         0:03:17 -"-
   4 11 3. Allegro         0:02:14 -"-
   4 12 Adagio: Tema Con 19 Variazioni,         0:09:40 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto Op. 1 No 12 In D Minor, RV 63 "La Follia"
   4 13 1. Allegro Ma Non Molto         0:03:01 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto No 5 In F Major, RV 442 "Tutti Gli Istrumenti Sordini"
   4 14 2. Largo e Cantabile         0:02:56 -"-
   4 15 3. Allegro         0:01:49 -"-
   4 16 1. Allegro         0:03:24 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In D Major, RV 94
   4 17 2. Largo         0:02:39 -"-
   4 18 3. Allegro         0:03:43 -"-
   4 19 1. Allegro         0:02:54 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In A Minor, RV 108
   4 20 2. Largo         0:02:19 -"-
   4 21 3. Allegro         0:02:50 -"-
   4 22 1. Allegro         0:02:10 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In G Minor, RV 107
   4 23 2. Largo         0:03:09 -"-
   4 24 3. Allegro         0:02:26 -"-
   5 01 1. Allegro         0:04:31 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In D Major, RV564 For 2 Violins, 2 Cellos, Strings And Basso Continuo
   5 02 2. Largo         0:02:33 -"-
   5 03 3. Allegro         0:03:23 -"-
   5 04 1. Allegro         0:04:29 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In F Major, RV551 For 3 Violins, Strings And Basso Continuo
   5 05 2. Andante         0:01:54 -"-
   5 06 3. Allegro         0:03:04 -"-
   5 07 1. Allegro         0:03:49 Antonio Vivaldi -Concerto In G Minor, RV531 For 2 Cellos, Strings And Basso Continuo
   5 08 2. Largo         0:03:07 -"-
   5 09 3. Allegro         0:03:03 -"-
   5 10 1. Allegro         0:06:45 Antonio Vivaldi -Concerto In A Major, RV552 For 3 Violins, Strings And Basso Continuo
   5 11 2. Larghetto         0:04:07 -"-
   5 12 3. Allegro         0:03:44 -"-
   5 13 1. Allegro         0:03:41 Antonio Vivaldi -Concerto In C Major, RV561 For Violin, 2 Cellos, Strings And Basso Continuo
   5 14 2. Largo         0:02:52 -"-
   5 15 3. Allegro         0:02:48 -"-
   5 16 1. Allegro         0:03:59 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In F Major, RV544 "Il Proteo o Sia Il Mondo Al Rovescio"
   5 17 2. Largo         0:03:11 -"-
   5 18 3. Allegro         0:03:14 -"-
   6 01 1. Allegro Molto         0:04:47 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In C Major, RV558 For 2 Recorders, 2 Violins "In Tromba Marina", 2 Mandolins, 2 Theorbos, 2 Salmoe, Violoncello, Strings And Basso Continuo
   6 02 2. Andante Molto         0:01:37 -"-
   6 03 3. Allegro         0:02:48 -"-
   6 04 1. Allegro         0:05:17 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In D Minor, RV540 For Viola D'amore, Lute, Strings And Basso Continuo
   6 05 2. Largo         0:03:12 -"-
   6 06 3. Allegro         0:03:03 -"-
   6 07 1. Allegro         0:02:43 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In C Major, RV425 For Mandolin, Strings And Basso Continuo
   6 08 2. Largo         0:03:12 -"-
   6 09 3. (Allegro)         0:01:59 -"-
   6 10 1. Andante Molto         0:04:07 Antonio Vivaldi - Trio In G Minor, RV85 For Violin, Lute And Basso Continuo
   6 11 2. Larghetto         0:02:43 -"-
   6 12 3. Allegro         0:01:48 -"-
   6 13 1. (Allegro)         0:03:22 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In D Major, RV93 For Lute, 2 Violins And Basso Continuo
   6 14 2. Largo         0:03:16 -"-
   6 15 3. Allegro         0:02:10 -"-
   6 16 1. Allegro Non Molto         0:03:36 Antonio Vivaldi - Trio In C Minor, RV 82 For Violin, Lute And Basso Continuo
   6 17 2. Larghetto         0:02:27 -"-
   6 18 3. Allegro         0:02:04 -"-
   6 19 1. Allegro         0:03:43 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto In G Major, RV 532 For 2 Mandolins, Strings And Basso Continuo
   6 20 2. Andante         0:03:28 -"-
   6 21 3. Allegro         0:03:25 -"-
   7 01 1. Allegro         0:03:33 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto ('La Primavera', The Four Seasons) For Violin, Strings & Continuo In E ('Il Cimento' No. 1), Op.8/1, RV 269 - "Spring"
   7 02 2. Largo         0:02:59 -"-
   7 03 3. Allegro         0:03:48 -"-
   7 04 1. Allegro Non Molto         0:05:22 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto ('L'estate', The Four Seasons) For Violin, Strings & Continuo In G Minor, Op. 8/2, RV 315 - "Summer"
   7 05 2. Adagio - Presto         0:02:33 -"-
   7 06 3. Presto         0:02:40 -"-
   7 07 1. Allegro - Allegro Assai         0:05:20 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto ('L'autunno', The Four Seasons), For Violin, Strings & Continuo In F Major ('Il Cimento' No. 3), Op.8/3, RV 293 - "Autumn"
   7 08 2. Adagio Molto         0:03:47 -"-
   7 09 3. Allegro         0:03:16 -"-
   7 10 1. Allegro Non Molto         0:03:39 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto ('L'inverno', The Four Seasons), For Violin, Strings & Continuo In F Minor ('Il Cimento' No. 4) Op. 8/4, RV 297 - "Winter"
   7 11 2. Largo         0:01:46 -"-
   7 12 3. Allegro         0:03:26 -"-
   7 13 1. Allegro         0:03:06 Antonio Vivaldi - Oboe Concerto, For Oboe, Strings & Continuo In D Minor, Op. 8/9, RV 454
   7 14 2. Largo         0:02:37 -"-
   7 15 3. Allegro         0:02:50 -"-
   7 16 1. Allegro         0:03:17 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto, For Violin, Strings & Continuo In G Minor ('Il Cimento' No. 8), Op. 8/8, RV 332
   7 17 2. Largo         0:02:48 -"-
   7 18 Allegro         0:03:57 -"-
   8 01 Fanfare In D Major         0:02:11 Zelenka, Jan Dismas
   8 02 1. Sonata - Allegro         0:01:52 Heinrich Ignaz Franz Von Biber - Battalia
   8 03 2. Die Liederliche Gesellsschaft Von Allerley Humor (Allegro)         0:00:46 -"-
   8 04 3. Presto         0:00:26 -"-
   8 05 4. The March (violin I Solo)         0:01:03 -"-
   8 06 5. Presto         0:01:02 -"-
   8 07 6. Aria         0:02:39 -"-
   8 08 7. The Battle (Die Schlacht)         0:00:42 -"-
   8 09 8. Lamento Der Verwundten Musquetirer (Adagio)         0:01:31 -"-
   8 10 9. Passacaglia In C Minor         0:04:56 -"-
   8 11 Tune For The Woodlark         0:00:21 Anon.
   8 12 1. Allegro         0:01:46 Sonata Violino Solo Representativa
   8 13 2. The Nightingale (der Nachtigal)         0:01:22 -"-
   8 14 3. The Cuckoo (der Cu Cu)         0:00:42 -"-
   8 15 4. The Frog (der Tresch)         0:00:43 -"-
   8 16 5. Adagio         0:00:26 -"-
   8 17 6. The Hen & The Cock (Die Henne Und Der Hahn)         0:00:25 -"-
   8 18 7. Presto         0:00:12 -"-
   8 19 8. Adagio - The Quail (die Vachtel)         0:00:43 -"-
   8 20 9. The Cat (die Katz)         0:00:26 -"-
   8 21 10. The Musketeers' March (Muquetier Mars)         0:01:15 -"-
   8 22 11. Allamande         0:01:42 -"-
   8 23 Ricercare         0:01:53 Enrico Onofri
   8 24 1. Praeludium         0:03:25 Partita VII In C Minor
   8 25 2. Allamande         0:02:19 -"-
   8 26 3. Sarabande         0:01:42 -"-
   8 27 4. Gigue - Presto         0:01:22 -"-
   8 28 5. Aria         0:01:35 -"-
   8 29 6. Trezza         0:00:49 -"-
   8 30 7. Arietta Variata         0:05:59 -"-
   8 31 Canon 4 In 2         0:00:49 Matthew Locke
   8 32 1. Introduction (the First Musick)         0:01:03 Matthew Locke - Music For The Tempest
   8 33 2. Galliard         0:01:30 -"-
   8 34 3. Gavot         0:01:07 -"-
   8 35 4. Sarabrand (The Second Musick)         0:03:03 -"-
   8 36 5. Lilk         0:00:54 -"-
   8 37 6. Curtain Tune         0:05:19 -"-
   8 38 7. First Act Tune - Rustick Air         0:01:19 -"-
   8 39 8. Second Act Tune - Minoit         0:01:32 -"-
   8 40 9. Third Act Tune - Corant         0:01:05 -"-
   8 41 10. Fourth Act Tune - A Martial Jigge         0:01:43 -"-
   8 42 11. The Conclusion - A Canon 4 In 2         0:01:57 -"-
   9 01 1. Overture         0:06:36 Johann Sebastian Bach - Suite No.3, BWV 1068
   9 02 2. Aria         0:04:41 -"-
   9 03 3. Gavotte I & II         0:03:35 -"-
   9 04 4. Bourree         0:01:07 -"-
   9 05 5. Gigue         0:02:46 -"-
   9 06 Adagio         0:05:22 Tomaso Albinoni - Concerto Pour Hautbois En Re Mineur Op.9 No.2
   9 07 1. Allegro         0:03:53 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto For Flautino RV 443
   9 08 2. Largo         0:05:19 -"-
   9 09 3. Allegro Molto         0:02:41 -"-
   9 10 Adagio         0:02:04 Tomaso Albinoni - Adagio For Solo Violin And Strings
   9 11 1. Andante         0:03:07 Alessandro Marcello - Concerto For Oboe D Minor
   9 12 2. Adagio         0:03:05 -"-
   9 13 3. Presto         0:03:29 -"-
   9 14 Grave         0:04:02 Georg Philipp Telemann - Concerto For 2 Flutes, Strings And Continuo
   9 15 1. Canon         0:03:20 Johann Pachelbel - Canon And Gigue
   9 16 2. Gigue         0:01:25 -"-
   9 17 Greensleeves     T       0:01:49 Traditional - Improvised Variations By Luca Pianca
   9 18 Chaconne In g Minor         0:04:46 Henry Purcell
   9 19 Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba         0:03:16 George Frideric Handel
   9 20 Adagio For 2 Violons And Continuo         0:04:00 Tomaso Albinoni
   10 01 1. Allegro         0:03:48 Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandendurg Concerto No. 1, BWV 1046
   10 02 2. Adagio         0:03:33 -"-
   10 03 3. Allegro         0:03:52 -"-
   10 04 4. Menuet - Trio - Polonaise - Trio         0:07:03 -"-
   10 05 1. Allegro         0:04:39 Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandendurg Concerto No. 2, BWV 1047
   10 06 2. Andante         0:03:39 -"-
   10 07 3. Allegro Assai         0:02:45 -"-
   10 08 1. (Allegro)         0:05:44 Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandendurg Concerto No. 3, BWV 1048
   10 09 2. Adagio         0:00:27 -"-
   10 10 3. Allegro         0:04:33 -"-
   11 01 1. Allegro         0:07:02 Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandendurg Concerto No. 4, BWV 1049
   11 02 2. Andante         0:03:23 -"-
   11 03 3. Presto         0:04:48 -"-
   11 04 1. Allegro         0:10:13 Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandendurg Concerto No. 5, BWV 1050
   11 05 2. Affettuoso         0:05:11 -"-
   11 06 3. Allegro         0:05:24 -"-
   11 07 1. Allegro         0:05:57 Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandendurg Concerto No. 6, BWV 1051
   11 08 2. Adagio Ma Non Tanto         0:04:35 -"-
   11 09 3. Allegro         0:05:59 -"-

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