Georg Philipp Telemann

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Noun1.Georg Philipp Telemann - German baroque composer (1681-1767)
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The distinguished young Czech oboist Vilem Veverka has chosen for his profile CD, on which he presents himself as a soloist for the first time, two cycles created by two significant composers divided by more than two centuries: Georg Philipp Telemann, the German Baroque master and an incredibly prolific artist who enriched the history of music with over one thousand works, and Benjamin Britten, evidently the greatest, or at least the most influential, 20th-century English music creator.
Indeed, much of Werner Menke's Thematisches Verzeichnis der Vokalwerke von Georg Philipp Telemann (2 vols.
Oregon Mozart Players cellist Dale Bradley and violinist Claudia Miller treated the riders of a brand new EmX line on Sunday to the sounds of Georg Philipp Telemann, the composer's music wafting through a packed green machine.
The program includes trumpet sonatas by Jean Hubeau and Pietro Baldassare and works by Fisher Tull, Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Pezel and Samuel Scheidt.
Selections include Canonic Duet by Georg Philipp Telemann, Duo Brilliant by Friedrich Kuhlau and other duets by J.
Mozart, Concerto in E Minor by Georg Philipp Telemann and "Nimrod" from Edward Elgar's "Enigma Variations.
The use of a cembalo obbligato playing a treble and bass (plus whatever middle strands are appropriate and practicable) parallels the well-known works for flute and harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann, and suggests how this form of scoring may have first arisen as a way of performing trios with only two players.
Handel and Vivaldi and the complete Essercizi Musici of Georg Philipp Telemann on five discs.
Werner Menke, the author of the thematic catalog of Telemann's vocal works (Thematisches Verzeichnis der Vokalwerke von Georg Philipp Telemann, 2d ed.
Considering how slowly modern editions of operas by Georg Philipp Telemann have appeared over the years, the recent publication of two such works in close succession promises to have a considerable impact on our understanding of Telemann's career in the theater.