Albrecht Mayer, New Seasons

Be the first to review this product

Availability: In stock

£15.95
OR

Quick Overview

Irresistable baroque oboe music by the great composers of Venice, played by the acclaimed principal oboist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

Albrecht Mayer, New Seasons

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

More Views

Details

When the subject turns to oboists, his name is now de rigeur: Albrecht Mayer. His playing has both listeners and critics raving. He is fascinated by the idea of lending his voice (that of the oboe) to pieces written for other instruments or for singers.

In this recording he presents music by Handel in a stunning new light. 

Additional Information

Composer Handel, G.F.
Oboist Albrecht Mayer
Artistes Sinfonia Varsovia
Secondary Composer / Arranger No
Tracks

The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba. Largo. Allegro 'Dopo notte' from 'Ariodante' HWV32.
Grave from Organ Concerto No.14 HWV296a.
Larghetto 'Verdi prati' from 'Alcina' HWV34.
Allegro 'Tornami a vagheggiar' from 'Alcina' HWV34.
'Lascia ch'io pianga'.
Andante - Allegro 'Qui l'augel da pianta in pianta' from 'Aci Galatea e Poliremo' HWV72.
Adagio e staccato from Organ Concerto op.4/2 HWV209.
Largo 'Softly Sweet in Lydian Measures' from 'Alexander's Feast' HWV75.
Allegro ma non troppo 'Piu amabile belta' from 'Giulio Cesare' HWV17.
Country Dance. Largo 'Where'er You Walk' from 'Semele' HWV58.
Adagio from Organ Concerto op.4/3 HWV291.
Allegro 'Hence Iris Hence Away' from 'Semele' HWV58. Largo 'Will the Sun Forget to Streak' from 'Solomon' HWV67.
Allegro 'Voli per l'aria' from 'Tra le fiamme' HWV170.
Ombra mai fu. Adagio from Organ Concerto op.7/4 HWV309.
Allegro from Organ Concerto op.7/4 HWV309.
Adagio from Sonata a cinque HWV288.
Minuett 'In queste amene' from 'Il delirio amoroso' HWV99 & Suite for Cembalo No.3 HWV436.
Variations for Oboe Bassoon and Harpsichord. 

 

Part / Version / Format CD
Publisher DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON
Series No

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.