G.P. Telemann: Twelve Fantasias For Violin (TWV 40: 14-25)

Books | Violin

Catalogue No: BA2972
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767) paid particular attention to the field of chamber music without bass. Intended for the amateur or student, these pieces are genuine examples of Baroque music displaying an original devotion to music the effect of which can still be felt today.

The 12 Fantasias for Violin without Bass, 1735, formally display a cyclic construction with numerous variants. Elements of the sonata, the concerto or the suite are taken up and expertly contrasted with one another. The richly developed part writing ensures full use of the playing possibilities of the instrument.

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ISBN: 9790006428243
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Published on: 31 October 2005
No of pages: 27
Language: English, French, German
Publisher: Bärenreiter
 
     
       

        G.P. Telemann: Twelve Fantasias For Violin reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        10.0
        Value for money
        8.5
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        Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        10 out of 10

        John

        Leek, Staffordshire GB Lifelong violinist and teacher
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        It is surprising that these pieces are not better known. Less complex than Bach's partitas and sonatas for unaccompanied violin, and somewhat easier to play, they are nonetheless substantial, excellently crafted and enjoyable examples of a form of music that was more common than we now realise. Pieces of this kind may well have been improvised by accomplished violinists of the baroque period. They are of course beautifully and authentically performed on recordings by Andrew Manze.
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        Published on: 25 September 2015

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        5
        Very good music, especially for baroque lovers. Definitely above grade 6 standard, probably grade 7-8.
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