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GEN 21728
EAN: 4260036257281
9.4.2021
18.90 €

Thomas Baltzar (um 1631–1663)  
Prelude
Nicola Matteis (um 1650–1714)  
Passaggio Rotto, Andamento Veloce e Fantasia a Violino solo senza basso
Johann Paul von Westhoff (1656–1705)  
Suite in a-moll
Allemande
Courante
Sarabande
Gigue
Arcangelo Corelli (1653–1713)  
Prelude in A
Giuseppe Torelli (1658–1709)  
Prelude in e
Johann Georg Pisendel (1687–1755)  
Sonata à Violino solo senza Basso a-moll
ohne Satzangabe
Allegro
Giga. Variationen
Arcangelo Corelli  
Prelude in D
Nogueira-Manuskript (um 1720)  
Fantezia in D
Johann Joseph Vilsmayr (1663-1722)  
Partita I A-Dur
Prelude. Harpeggio
Aria
Saraband
Gavott
Menuett
Aria
Menuett
Aria
Menuett
Gigue (Presto). Final
Nogueira-Manuskript  
Preludio et Fantezia in F
Thomas Baltzar  
Allemande
Henry Purcell (1659–1695)  
Prelude in g
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644–1704)  
Passacaglia (aus den Rosenkranzsonaten)
   

Senza Basso — Auf dem Weg zu Bach


Works by Baltzar, Matteis, Westhoff, Torelli, Corelli, Vilsmayr, Pisendel, Purcell and Biber


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Johann Sebastian Bach is commonly understood as the starting point of the violin repertoire. But there was unaccompanied violin music before him, too—and it is truly exciting! The renowned baroque violinist Nadja Zwiener presents this music with her solo debut album on GENUIN. Her inspired recording shows that Bach was able to build his repertoire on a great foundation: Composers such as Johann Georg Pisendel, Johann Westhoff, and even Arcangelo Corelli and Giuseppe Torelli wrote highly challenging works for the incredibly versatile instrument. The concertmistress of the English Concert and the Gaechinger Cantorey takes us on a fascinating journey.

Early Music Reviews
"The attractive acoustic adding a pleasent bloom to the sound whilst allowing individual notes to shine through. The playing is beautifully sensitive",
Andrew Benson Wilsons' Early Music Reviews, April 28, 2021