• BIS2105 Katalognummer
  • 7318599921051 EAN
  • 1SACD Format
  • 2015 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Laurin, Dan (recorder)

Dirigent
Laurin, Dan

Medvirkende
Olofsson, Mats (cello) | Paradiso, Anna (harpsichord) | Nordberg, Jonas (lute) | guitar

Komponist
Roman, Johan Helmich

Ensemble
Paradiso Musicale

Plateselskap
BIS

Verk

Roman, Johan Helmich:

Sonata I in G major, BeRI 201:
Largo
Allegro
Larghetto
Andante
Vivace

Sonata II in D major, BeRI 202:
Vivace – Adagio – Vivace
À tempo giusto
Larghetto – Andante – Adagio
Non presto

Sonata III in C minor, BeRI 203:
Largo
Allegro
Adagio
Vivace
Alla Francese. Con spirito

Sonata IV in G major, BeRI 204:
Largo
Allegro
Larghetto
Vivace
Allegro
Non presto

Sonata V in E minor, BeRI 205:
Lento
[no tempo marking]
Grave
Allegro
Vivace
Andante
[no tempo marking]

Produktbeskrivelse

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In Stockholm during Johan Helmich Roman's lifetime, the recorder was the most common wind instrument, used throughout the social spectrum – including the Royal music establishment for which the composer was responsible. The transverse flute, on the other hand, was generally the preserve of the upper classes – the nobility and bourgeosie. Possibly this higher status contributed to Roman's choice of instrument for the set of XII Sonate a flauto traverso, violone e cembalo that he presented to Queen Ulrika Eleonora the Younger on her birthday in 1727. But that hasn't stopped the celebrated recorder player Dan Laurin to take up his countryman’s sonatas on his own instrument. In a text included in the CD booklet, Laurin explains his fascination with Roman's music: 'complex emotional contexts are contrasted with folk music forms such as the villanella or piva – the music is asymmetrical, irregular and full of unexpected twists, sudden pauses and cadences.' In it, Laurin hears the influence of the Italian musicians that Roman met in London during his stay there 1715-1721. Especially striking he finds Roman's affinity with the music of Naples – a music that challenged the stylistic ideals of the baroque. With his fellow musicians in Paradiso Musicale, Laurin therefore opts for an Italianate slant – different continuo settings, ranging from harpsichord alone to the full complement including baroque guitar, provide great variety in realizations characterized by bold and striking harmonizations.

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Roman: Johan Helmich: The 12 Flute Sonatas: Nos 1 - 5 <span>-</span> Laurin, Dan (recorder) Roman: Johan Helmich: The 12 Flute Sonatas: Nos 1 - 5 Laurin, Dan (recorder)

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