This is our introduction of both Postscript and the music of the Galant period, and with Telemann as the central theme, we’ve chosen composers who complement, match or contrast with his style.
This is an album of music from the Galant era, a term that covers a whole world of sins and rather than try to describe it, we’ve found some of our favourite examples and decided to present them to you here. This is our introduction of both Postscript and the music of the Galant period, and with Telemann as the central theme, we’ve chosen composers who complement, match or contrast with his style. You’ll hear his work throughout the programme, from the dark, ominous Largo of the Quartet that starts the performance to the more dance-like or lyrical pieces that follow.
Classical – Baroque (1600-1750)
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel
Lutheran Church, Haarlem (NL)
PCM 352.8kHz 32bit
October 10th, 2019
"All in all it’s an inspiring voyage of discovery, sublimely recorded by the engineers of the young label TRPTK"
Eddie Vetter, Klassieke Zaken
"‘We want to display our full range to you as clearly as possible.’ This is exactly what this album has to offer. But not without the keen ears and state-of-the-art equipment of TRPTK and producer Brendon Heinst. To concur: I don’t know any Baroque music recording better than this one. You’ll have to hear it to believe it."
Aart van der Wal, OpusKlassiek