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GEN 22804
EAN: 4260036258042
Edition: Primavera
18.90 €

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)  
Pasticcio Concerto per Flauto in C major (arr. Max Volbers)
Siciliano. Adagio
after Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643)  
Sonata sopra „Hor che’l ciel e la terra“
Giovanni Perluigi da Palestrina (1525–1594)  
Pulchra es amica mea
Thanos Sakellaridis (*1995)  
Please enter the Underground (2020)
after Henry Purcell (1659–1695)  
Fantasia on Mr. Purcells Chacony from the Fairy Queen
Charles Dieupart (1667–1740)  
Troisième Suite
Sarabande. Grave
Menuet Serieux
Giovanni Perluigi da Palestrina  
Vestiva i colli
Johann Hermann Schein (1586–1630)  
Lehre uns bedenken
Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741)  
Concerto per Flautino in G major after RV 312
Allegro molto

Whispers of Tradition

(re)inventions for recorder by and after Bach, Dieupart, Monteverdi, Palestrina, Purcell, Sakellaridis, Schein and Vivaldi

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Musicians in the Baroque period had to reinvent themselves time and again: their repertoire was not fixed; instead, they improvised, adapted, and transcribed - something that was not seen as theft but as a high virtue! Recorder player Max Volbers, the winner of the 2021 German Music Competition, revives this tradition on his solo debut CD with GENUIN: he gathers top-class musicians around him for the recording of his own arrangements, paraphrases, and pastiche of works by Bach, Monteverdi, and Vivaldi. Works that are partly familiar to us, but which we have never heard before, full of soul, inspired, and knowledgeably performed!

The full interview with Max Volbers for the CD booklet in English and German can be found here.

rbb kultur - CD of the week
"With his tremendously colorful and virtuosic debut album, he does the very best advertising for his instrument."
Review by Rainer Baumgärtner, October 17-23, 2022