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ARCADIA - Paradise in Music
Maren Ries, violin; Volker Möller, violin;
Ariane Spiegel, violoncello; Stanislav Gres, harpsichord


amb 96842
EAN 4011392968423

Anonymous: Contrapunct sopra la Baßigaylos d’Altr.
Anonymous: Pastorale
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (ca. 1623–1680): Pastorella
Domenico Scarlatti (1685–1757): Sonata, K. 513
Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770): Pastorale, Op. 1
Signor C.: Pastorale del Signor C.
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer: La bella Pastora
Alessandro Scarlatti (1660–1725): Arpeggio & Pastorale
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644–1704): Pastorella

A musical journey to the myth of Arcadia

Pastorales inspired by Christian hope of salvation, meet those that take their inspiration from the dreamlands of antiquity. A musical journey to the myth of Arcadia
Since their foundation in 2003 NeoBarock (Winner of the Echo-Klassik) have gained an excellent reputation for their spellbinding interpretations and their unconventional programmes, based on musicological research. For NeoBarock historical performance is not an end in itself, a staging of past events, nor do they produce museum pieces as a musical backdrop to contemporary life. NeoBarock do not try to take today’s listeners back into the Baroque era – they transpose that era’s music into our present age. Based on profound knowledge of their source material, on constant research, employing exactly the kind of instruments a piece was originally written for, these readings are a conscious effort to get as close to a composer’s intentions as possible, to reveal the music’s timeless relevance.
In thrilling, many-faceted concert performances NeoBarock present rediscovered rarities or shed new light on familiar repertoire. With its unmistakeable intensity of sound the ensemble is a regular guest in renowned concert halls and at important festivals.