• GCD922524 Katalognummer
  • 8424562225244 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2019/2022 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Sinclair, David (Viennese double bass) | Various performers

Dirigent
Sinclair, David

Medvirkende
Schayegh, Leila (violin) | Yoshida, Soko (violin) | Coin, Christophe (cello) | Hamberger, Lukas (cello) | Zanetta, Alexandre (horn) | Lee, Hsiang-Chi (horn) | Paronuzzi, Giorgio (harpsichord)

Komponist
Zimmermann, Anton | Sperger, Johannes | Lidl, Andreas | Hammer, Franz Xaver | Kohaut, Karl | Haydn, Joseph

Sjanger
Kammermusikk

Plateselskap
Glossa

Verk

Wiener Stimmung -
Viennese Double Bass music from the 18th Century

01-04    Anton Zimmermann (1741-1781)
            Concerto in D major
            for double bass, 2 horns, 2 violins, viola and basso

05-06    Johannes Sperger (1750-1812)
            Sonata in b minor
            for double bass and cello "Anno 1790" (WV CI/10)

07-09    Andreas Lidl (d. before 1789) /
            Franz Xaver Hammer (1741-1817)
            Sonata in F major (originally D major)
            for viola da gamba (double bass) and basso

10-12    Karl Kohaut (1726-1784)
            Concerto in D major
            for double bass, 2 horns, 2 violins and basso

13-15    Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
            Trio in F major (originally A major)
            for baryton (double bass), viola and basso (Hob. XI:121)

Total playing time: 73:12

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Produktbeskrivelse

Playing the double bass as a solo instrument requires a high level of technical skill on the part of the player. At the time of the beginning of the Viennese Classical period, there were several such outstanding double bass players in Vienna and nearby Bratislava, and so the most important solo works for this instrument were written there. The "Viennese double bass" had a special feature: it had five strings instead of the usual four and was played with frets. In addition, there was a special tuning of the strings that facilitated solo playing in the higher registers. The Canadian double bassist David Sinclair is one of the few specialists for the Viennese bass worldwide and teaches historical double bass at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel.
On his CD "Wiener Stimmung", David Sinclair presents this extraordinary instrument with concertos and chamber music by composers such as Anton Zimmermann, Johannes Sperger, Karl Kohaut, Andreas Lidl and Franz Xaver Hammer as well as Joseph Haydn, congenially accompanied by fellow lecturers at the Schola Cantorum

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