Georg Philipp Telemann

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German baroque composer (1681-1767)


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34-62), as he calls it, is an excellent exploration of the forces at work in northern Germany which involved at various times Reinhard Keiser, Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Mattheson, and George Fricleric Handel.
Walther reminds us of the close friendship within the Walther-Bach-Telemann circle: Georg Philipp Telemann was godfather to J.
In addition to important 17th- and 18th-century manuscripts, the Sing-Akademie library also contains particularly substantial holdings (in part stemming from the Bach estate) of works by Georg Philipp Telemann (220 plus cantatas), Carl Heinrich and Johann Gottlieb Graun (more than 150 vocal and 420 plus instrumental sources), Johann Adolf Hasse (ca.
In the case of Georg Philipp Telemann (1681- 1767), the journey from universal admiration to widespread denigration was hastened not only by the shifting sands of musical taste, but by changing notions of creativity and thoughtless parroting of received wisdom.
In this revised version, he draws attention to 226 autographs and manuscripts of concertos composed by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Johann David Heinichen (1683-1729), Johann Georg Pisendel (1687-1755), Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758), Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel (1690-1749), Johann Joachim Quantz (1697-1773), and Johann Gottlieb Graun (1702/3-1771).
This repertory has already been surveyed in thematic catalogs by Adolf Hoffmann (Die Orchestersuiten Georg Philipp Telemanns: TWV 55 [Wolfenbuttel: Moseler, 1969]) and Siegfried Kross (Das Instrumentalkonzert bei Georg Philipp Telemann [Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1969]).
And just to bolster his credentials, the singer grabs an oboe from off-stage and offers a perfect instrumental rendering of a concerto movement by Baroque master Georg Philipp Telemann.
Based on a Setting by Gottfried August Homilius, incorporating Music by Georg Philipp Telemann.
Selections include "Gainsborough" by Thomas Gauger; "Exploration of Time" by Ekhard Kopetzki; Concerto for Four Violins by Georg Philipp Telemann (transcribed for eight marimbas); and "Rip-Off" by Rick Kvistad.
For musical inspiration Handel mined the works of Giacomo Carissimi (Jephte), Emanuele Astorga, Giovanni Legrenzi, Georg Philipp Telemann.
Oregon Mozart Players cellist Dale Bradley and violinist Claudia Miller treated the riders of a brand-new EmX line on Sunday to the sounds of Georg Philipp Telemann, the composer's music wafting through a packed green machine.
Noting that the musiclans were "understandably hesitant to speak candidly" about their lives at court, John is nevertheless able to draw on musician-novels by Wolfgang Caspar Printz, Johann Beer, and Johann Kuhnau, autobiographies by Printz, Beer, Georg Philipp Telemann, and Johann Joachim Quantz, and correspondence between Johann Georg Pisendel and Telemann.