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Label : Sony
Format : Flac track
Cover : Yes

Tracklist :

CD 1 :

ANTONIO VIVALDI 1678-1741
Concerto for Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo in A minor RV 418
Concerto for Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo in C major RV 413
Concerto for Violin, Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo in B-flat major RV 547
Concerto for Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo in D major RV 403
Concerto for Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo in B minor RV 424
Concerto for Violoncello, Strings and Basso continuo in A minor RV 419
Concerto for Violoncello, Bassoon, Strings and Basso continuo
Concerto for 2 Violins, 2 Violoncellos and Strings 9:49 in D major RV 564

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH 1685-1750
Concerto in D minor (fragment) 4:24
After the first movement of the Flute Sonata in B minor BWV1030, arranged by Frans Brüggen

Anner Bylsma solo violoncello (Motteo Coffriller, ca. 1695)

Tafelmusik on period instruments
Jeanne Lamon direction & solo violin(Giovanni Paolo Maggini, ca. 1610-20)
Michael McCraw bassoon
Stephen Marvin solo violin
Christina Mahler solo violoncello II
Charlotte Nediger harpsichord

Sigiswald Kuijken violin I (Maggini School, mid-17th century)
Lucy van Dael violin II (Gennario Gagliano, 1732)
Wieland Kuijken bass viol I (18th century)
Adelheid Glatt bass viol II (18th century)
Anthony Woodrow violone (Jaap Bolink, 1972)
Gustav Leonhardt harpsichord (David Rubio, 1975)

CD 2 :

LUIGI BOCCHERINI 1743-1805
Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in G major G 480
Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in D major G 483
Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in D major G 476
Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in C major G 573

Anner Bylsma violoncello (Matteo Goffriller, ca. 1695)
Tafelmusik on period instruments, Jeanne Lamon direction

CD 3 :

JOSEPH HAYDN 1732-1809 66:07
Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra No. 1 in C major Hob. VIIb: 1
Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra No. 2 in D major Hob. VIIb: 2

ANTON KRAFT 1749-1820
Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra in C major op. 4

Anner Bylsma violoncello (Matteo Goffriller, ca. 1695)
Tafelmusik on period instruments, Jeanne Lamon direction

CD 4 :

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827
Concerto for Piano, Violin, Violoncello and Orchestra
Quintet for 2 Violins, Viola and 2 Violoncellos in A major
(Contemporary arrangement for String Quintet after the Sonata for Piano and Violin in A major, op. 47 “Kreutzer”)

Anner Bylsma violoncello
Paul Badura-Skoda fortepiano
Franzjosef Maier violin & conductor
Collegium Aureum on period instruments

L’Archibudelli
Vera Beths, Lucy van Dael violins
Jurgen Kussmaul viola
Lidewij Scheifes violoncello

CD 5 :

FRANÇOIS SERVAIS 1807-1866
Souvenir de Bade op. 20
Caprice in A major op. 11/4
Caprice in D major op. 11/2
Caprice sur des motifs de l’opéra Le Comte Ory op. 3
Grand Duo de Concert (sur deux airs nationaux anglais)
Souvenir de Spa op. 2

Anner Bylsma violoncello (Antonio Stradivari, 1701, the “Servais”)

The Smithsonian Chamber Players
Vera Beth violin (Antonio Stradivari, 1679, the “ex Parera”)
Joseph Gatwood violin (Antonio Stradivari, 1679, the “ex Parera”)
Melissa Graybeal viola (George Craske, 1845)
Kenneth Slowik violoncello (Gianfrancesco Pressenda, 1835)
Richard Myron double bass (Dominicus Busan, 1743)
James Weaver harmonium (assisted by Gary Sturm)

CD 6 :

AUGUSTE FRANCHOMME 1808-1884
Air auvergnat varié in A minor op. 26
Caprice in C major op. 7/7
Nocturne in C major
Grande Valse op. 34 8:25

FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN 1810-1849 / AUGUSTE FRANCHOMME
Grand Duo concertant sur des thèmes de Robert le Diable

AUGUSTE FRANCHOMME
Caprice in A minor op. 7/4
Nocturne in A-flat major op. 15/3
Caprice in E minor op. 7/2
Air russe varié in D minor op. 32/2

Anner Bylsma violoncello (Antonio Stradivari, 1701, the “Servais”)

L’Archibudelli & The Smithsonian Chamber Players
Vera Beth violin I (Antonio Stradivari, 1687 the “Ole Bull”)
Joseph Gatwood violin II (Antonio Stradivari, 1709, the “Creffuhle”)
Guus Jeukendrup viola (Antonio Stradivari, 1695, the “Herbert Axelrod”)
Kenneth Slowik violoncello (Carlo Antonio Testore, ca. 1750)
Marji Danilow double bass (Carlo Giuseppe Testore, ca. 1695)
Lambert Orkis pianoforte (Érard, 1854)

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