It is a long way from the Fasch
concerto (full of Baroque ornamentation) to Chuck Mangione's Feels So Good, and yet the CD feels like a unified statement, and listening through from start to finish, you feel like every piece makes sense as part of the whole.
Vivaldi's Concerto in A Minor for Two Oboes and Strings and his Concerto in E Minor for Four Violins; Leo's Concerto in D Minor for Violoncello; Bach's Concerto for Oboe D'amore in G Major; Locatelli's Concerto Grosso in D Major; Fasch
's Concerto in C Minor for Bassoon, Two Oboes, and Strings; and Handel's Concerto Grosso in A Minor.
(Boyd Gaines) is a progressive liberal, eager to shape the future of German music in new directions, while Schott (Michael Emerson) is a stuffy traditionalist angling to gain control of the famed Thomasschule, from which he was repeatedly rejected.
1791 grundete Carl Friedrich Fasch
die "Berliner Singakademie" und schrieb damit Musikgeschichte, handelte es sich doch um eine der ersten burgerlichen Chorvereinigungen im deutschen Sprachraum.
In this period several foreign composers who were important authors of concertante music worked in Bohemia, but only on an episodic basis: they were Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel, Johann Friedrich Fasch
and Giuseppe Tartini.
It contains music by Heinichen (orchestral concerto in F; Pastorale in A), Dieupart (recorder concerto in A minor), Fasch
(lute concerto in D minor), Pisendel (sonata in C minor), Quantz (concerto in G for two flutes) and Veracini (Ouverture in B ??).
A principality northwest of Leipzig perhaps best known as the childhood home of Catherine the Great, its musical establishment under Johann Friedrich Fasch
(1688-1758), Kapellmeister from 1722, flourished with the support of Prince Johann August (r.
Die Kantaten von Johann Friedrich Fasch
im Licht der pietistischen Frommigkeit: Pietismus und Musik.
The surprises here are not the works by Bach's sons and German colleagues (Telemann, Fasch
, Benda, and Zelenka).
Johann Friedrich Fasch
und der italienische Stil: Bericht uber die internationale wissenschaftliche Konferenz am 4.
Principal credit for creating the collection goes to Zelter (1758-1832), successor to Carl Friedrich Fasch
(1736-1800), founder of the Sing-Akademie that was established in 1791 as Germany's oldest bourgeois choral society.
In this revised version, he draws attention to 226 autographs and manuscripts of concertos composed by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Johann David Heinichen (1683-1729), Johann Georg Pisendel (1687-1755), Johann Friedrich Fasch
(1688-1758), Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel (1690-1749), Johann Joachim Quantz (1697-1773), and Johann Gottlieb Graun (1702/3-1771).