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Viktor Töpelmann, Daniela Niedhammer: Harmonice Mundi

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Barokowa Muzyka Klasyczna
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2021-11-08
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This album explores music for viola da gamba and organ from 17th-century Austria, played by Viktor Töpelmann and organist Daniela Niedhammer on original instruments from that time. The recording took place in a small village church in Austria, which houses an original church organ from 1662. The viola da gamba used for this recording is a bass viol built by Hans Khögl in 1674. Together with the special acoustics of this beautiful church, the two musicians dive deep into the emotional and intimate music of that era, creating a meditative and most pleasant listening experience.

muzycy:
Viktor Töpelmann (viola da gamba), Daniela Niedhammer (organ)

utwory:
Albertini: Sonata I
Biber: Mystery Sonata No. 14 in D Major 'The Assumption of the Virgin'
Kerll: Toccata in A minor
Kühnel, A: Sonata 7: viola da gamba solo
Muffat, Georg: Ciacona
Schenck: Sonata V from Tyd en konst-oeffeningen, Op. 2
Schmelzer: Sonata IV a 6 viole

wydano: 2021-09
more info: www.carpediem-records.com

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Wydawca
Carpe Diem (DE)
Kompozytor
Ignazio Albertini (1644–85), Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (1644–1704), Johann Kaspar Kerll (1627–93), AugustKühnel (1645–1700), Georg Muffat (1653–1704), Johannes Schenck (1660–1712), Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (1623–80)
Artysta
Viktor Töpelmann, Daniela Niedhammer
Nazwa
Harmonice Mundi
Zawiera
1CD
Data premiery
2021-11-08
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