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Abominable depth - Georg Philipp Telemann
Ensemble Chameleon:
Jennifer Harris, baroque bassoon; Gerlinde Sämann, soprano; Rachel Harris, violin; Ulrike Becker, violoncello and viola da gamba; Andrea Baur, theorbo and baroque guitar; Evelyn Laib, harpsichord; Barbara Messmer, violone und viola da gamba;


 

amb 95602
EAN 4011392956024

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767): Cantata for soprano, from Ino TWV 20:41
Sonata for bassoon in f-minor, TWV 41:f1
Abominable depth of great damnation, TWV 1:1
Trio in B-major for violin, basson and Basso Continuo TWV 42:B6
Sonatina for bassoon in c-minor, TWV 41:c2
The embers of wrath, the fi re of revenge TWV 1:338a
Sonatina for bassoon in a-minor, TWV 41:a4
2. Betrachtung, aus Tag des Gerichts, TWV 6:8
Trio in F-major for violin, basson and Basso Continuo TWV 42:F1

Abominable depth, a Baroque Drama
Why is it that that which is created with artifice and most defi nitely not real can capture our imagination so enduringly? Why are we, when we listen to an opera or a dramatic cantata, so engrossed by a story set in era of by-gone times, and why is it we empathise so strongly with the actions and reactions of its protagonists? The music! The music brings us closer to the drama we witness, it binds us: the audience of that night’s performance. As individuals we come, as linked beings we leave. The story and music will haunt us for a while to come, if it was well presented…

A woman desperate enough to jump off a cliff’s edge stands at the heart of this drama. The scene’s tonality, content and emotionality is transformed as it moves from trauma to release. We hear Telemann’s music in the most colourful of facets – a most dramatic CD from Ensemble Chameleon!