Música Báltica, com o Musica Antiqua Köln

Vocês conhecem os discos do MAK — Musica Antiqua Köln. Os caras pesquisam e desencavam verdadeiras jóias como essas, encontradas no gélido Báltico, entre a Lübeck de Thomas Mann, a Dinamarca de Isak Dinesen e a Suécia do ignorado e grande compositor Franz Berwald (vou postar Berwald para vocês conferirem como é bom). Só que aqui são apenas obscuros barrocos. Para variar, o MAK acerta novamente.

Música Báltica, com o Musica Antiqua Köln

1. Choralfantasie a 5 “Innsbruck, ich muß dich lassen”
Composed by Paul Luetkeman (1555-1611)

2. Fantasia a 5
Composed by Paul Luetkeman

3. Fantasia for 7 violes in C major
Composed by Anonymous

4. Sonata a 5 for 2 trumpets, 2 violins & bassoon
Composed by Vincenzo Albrici (1631-1696)

5. Sinfonia
Composed by Vincenzo Albrici

6. Capriccio in d (unspecified)
Composed by Johann Vierdanck (1605-1646)

7. Capriccio in d (unspecified)
Composed by Johann Vierdanck

8. Pavan a 3
Composed by Thomas Baltzar (1630-1663)

9-11. Suite in D minor
Composed by Nikolaus Hasse (1617-1672)

12. Sonata in B flat major
Composed by Andreas Kirchoff (1650-?)

13. Sonata a 5, No 15
Composed by Dietrich Becker (1623-1679)

14. Herzlich tut mich verlangen, Chorale
Composed by Johann Caspar Fischer (1646-1717)

15-18. Sonata “Der Polnische Pracher”
Composed by Johann Valentin Meder (1649-1719)

19. Sonata di Battaglia in C major
Composed by Johann Valentin Meder

Musica Antiqua Köln
Reinhard Goebel

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