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Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski - Generalbaßlieder (1733-34) FLAC album


Performer: Georg Philipp Telemann
Genre: Classical music
Title: Generalbaßlieder (1733-34)
Country: German Democratic Republic (GDR)
Released: 1967
Style: Baroque
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Generalbaßlieder Aus Den Singe-, Spiele-, Und Generalbaßübungen (1733-1734). A1. 1. Neues (Text: . A2. 2. Geld (Text: . A3. 3. Zufriedenheit (Text: .

Telemann: Generalbaßlieder. Georg Philipp Telemann. Geld, song for voice & continuo (Generalbaßlieder No. 2), TWV 25:40. Zufriedenheit, song for voice & continuo (Generalbaßlieder N. ), TWV 25:41. 4. Seltenes Glück, song for voice & continuo (Generalbaßlieder No. 4), TWV 25:42. 5. Splitter-Richter, song for voice & continuo (Generalbaßlider No. 5), TWV 25:43. 34. Greiser Trinker, song for voice & continuo (Generalbasslieder No. 46), TWV 25:83.

Georg Philipp Telemann (March 14 1681 - † 25 June 1767) was a German Baroque composer  . Telemann was highly regarded during his lifetime, and for several decades afterwards; however, by the first decades of the 19th century his works were performed less frequently. The last performance of a substantial work by Telemann, Der Tod Jesu, until the 20th century, was in 1832. Indeed, the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, which includes large articles on both J. S. Bach and Handel, does not contain an entry on Telemann.

Georg Philipp Telemann (24 March 1681 – 25 June 1767) (German pronunciation: ) was a German Baroque composer and t. Almost completely self-taught in music, he became a composer against his family's wishes. After studying in Magdeburg, Zellerfeld, and Hildesheim, Telemann entered the University of Leipzig to study law, but eventually settled on a career in music

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Composers' compositions. Telemann, Georg Philipp. Telemann - Generalbasslieder (Peter Schreier). Vocal and instrumental music.

List of operas by Georg Philipp Telemann. Redirected from List of operas by Telemann). This is a list of the operas of the German composer Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767). According to historical sources, Telemann may have written over 50 operas; however, only 35 works are of sufficient substance to appear in his catalogue of works (see below), and only nine of these are preserved complete. TWV catalogue at Université du Québec.

During Telemann’s lifetime "Die Donnerode" was one of his most popular sacred works. It was written following the devastating earthquake in Lisbon in 1755. The great success of the first performance in St. Jacobi in Hamburg in 1756 encouraged Telemann to write a second part to the work in 1760, expanding "Die Donnerode" to make a complete oratorio. The work continues to be performed in this form today. The basic structure of "Die Donnerode" is a psalm cantata for soloists, chorus and orchestra. The existing performance material has been thoroughly revised and newly engraved. Performance material thoroughly revised and newly engraved.

Telemann, Georg Philipp. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. 1733 in Musique de table (Part II, N. ). Composer Time PeriodComp.

Tracklist

Generalbaßlieder Aus Den »Singe-, Spiel-, Und Generalbaßübungen 1733/34«
A1 1. Neues (Text: W.)
A2 2. Geld (Text: S.)
A3 3. Zufriedenheit (Text: S.)
A4 4. Seltenes Glück (Text: Richey)
A5 5. Splitter-Richter (Text: An.)
A6 6. Wechsel (Text: Stoppe)
A7 7. Über Das Niedersächsische Versapen (Text: Richey)
A8 8. Die Frau (Text: Brockes)
A9 9. Die Vergesserne Philis (Text: Richey)
A10 10. Der Spiegel (Text: Von Hagedorn)
A11 11. Mutter-Söhne (Text: Weise)
A12 12. Sein Diener! (Text: Richey)
A13 13. Die Jugend (Text: Z.)
A14 14. Ohnesorge (Text: S.)
A15 15. Alterthum Des Geschlechts (Text: Amthor)
A16 16. Beglückte Niedrigkeit (Text: S.)
A17 17. Die Einsamkeit (Text: Z.)
B1 1. Falschheit (Text: Brockes)
B2 2. Geizhals (Text: Amthor)
B3 3. Pastorell (Text: Z.)
B4 4. Wind (Text: S.)
B5 5. Interessirte Heyraht (Text: G.)
B6 6. An Den Tadler (Text: Amthor)
B7 7. Sommer-Lust (Text: Brockes)
B8 8. Glück (Text: Stoppe)
B9 9. Mäßigkeit (Text: Anonym)
B10 10. Geputzte Frau (Text: Canitz)
B11 11. Beherzter Freyer (Text: Anonym)
B12 12. Toback (Text: Stoppe)
B13 13. Freundschaft (Text: Z.)
B14 14. Eine Durstige (Text: Amthor)
B15 15. Heuchler (Text: Haller)
B16 16. Großthuer (Text: G.)
B17 17. Greiser Trinker (Text: J.)
B18 18. Verläumder (Text: Z.)
B19 19. Jeder Sein Eigner Richter (Text: Stoppe)

Credits

  • Composed By – Georg Philipp Telemann
  • Harpsichord – Robert Köbler
  • Liner Notes – Hans-Gerald Otto
  • Tenor Vocals – Peter Schreier
  • Viol [Gambe] – Werner Jaroslawski

Notes

The sleeve notes and all the sung-texts at the back cover are in German only.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Manufacturing Date Code): Ag 511 / 01 / 67

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8 20 744 Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski - Generalbaßlieder (1733-34) ‎(LP, Mono) ETERNA 8 20 744 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1968
SXL 21170-B Telemann* - Peter Schreier Telemann* - Peter Schreier - Lieder Aus Den »Singe-Spiel-Und Generalbaßübungen 1733-34« ‎(LP, Album) Decca SXL 21170-B Germany Unknown
8 25 744 Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski - Generalbaßlieder (1733-34) ‎(LP) ETERNA 8 25 744 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1968