Georg Philipp Telemann (14 March 1681 in Magdeburg - June 25, 1767 in Hamburg) was a German composer. Telemann was one of his era's most prestigious composers, and he was incredibly productive. Just his great and utterly incalculable production was a contributing factor to his reputation later almost completely disappeared before he ascended thr...
Georg Philipp Telemann (14 March 1681 in Magdeburg - June 25, 1767 in Hamburg) was a German composer. Telemann was one of his era's most prestigious composers, and he was incredibly productive. Just his great and utterly incalculable production was a contributing factor to his reputation later almost completely disappeared before he ascended through the 20th century was slowly rehabilitated.
His church music includes 1,750 cantatas, passions over 40, 6 oratorios, 16 exhibitions, 23 hymns move as well as motets and other sacred works.
His secular music includes approx. 50 operas, cantatas, ca. 1000 instrumental works, of which only approximately. 126 is maintained below about. 50 solo concertos, orchestral suites, symphonies, piano and organ music.
Modern research has divides Telemann's works after TWV numbers (Telemann-Werke-Verzeichnis).
GF. Telemann Sonatas, Fantasies, Partitas. Michala Petri Trio. 1 LP. Philips 9500941
Hans Martin Linde plays new and old recorder music. Telemann, Bössinens, anonymus, (1975) 1 LP. EMI. 065-28841
Joseph Haydn & GP. Telemann, Giuseppe Torelli: Trumpet Concertos. John Wilbraham (trumpet), Neville Marriner, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. 1 LP. EMI.
Leopold Mozart & Telemann: Trumpet Concertos. Maurice Andre, Jacques Roussel. 1 LP. Philips
Maurice André plays four trumpet Concertos by Leopold Mozart, Michael Haydn, JF. Fasch, GP. Telemann. Orchestre de Cambre, Jean-Francois Pailllard. 1 LP EMI. 065-28325
Antonio Vivaldi & Giuseppe Sammartini, & Georg Philipp Telemann & George Frideric Handel: Recorder Concertos. Michala Petri plays the flute, together with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, which will be conducted by Iona Brown, in some recordings from 1980. 1 LP. Philips. 9500714 Press read more
Munrow and Marriner. Telemann: Suite in A-minor. Giuseppe Sammatini: Concerto in F. Handel: Concerto in B-Flat. David Munrow (recorders) Neville Marriner, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. (1974) 1 LP. EMI. ASD 3028
Recorder Concertos by Vivaldi, Sammartini, Telemann, Naudot. Frans Brüggen (recorder) Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt. 1 LP. Telefunken
Recorder Concertos from the Baroque period. Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto for flute, oboe and violin and bassoon. + Concerto for flute and strings. & Georg Philipp Telemann: Concerto for flute, bassoon and strings. Franz Brüggen play on recorder, with Concencus Musicus of Vienna, which is conducted by Nikolaus Harnoncourt, in a recording from 1978. 1 LP....
GP. Telemann: 2 Double Concertos. Michala Petri, Bennett, Thunemann. Academy, Iona Brown. 1 LP. Philips 6514165
Telemann: Concertos and Overture. Violin Concerto, Concerto for 3 violins, truompet Concerto. Neville Marriner, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. (1983) 1 LP. Decca. SA 30
G. P. Telemann: Pimpinone. Siegmund Nimsgern, Uta Sprekelsen. Ensemble Folilegium Musicum, Hans Ludwig Hirsch. 2 LP. Telefunken
GP. Telemann: Suite in A-minor. + Concerto in G & F. Severino Gazzeloni (flute), Felix Ayo (violin) I Musici. (1968) 1 LP. Philips. 9502011
Telemann: Tafelmusik in 3 parts. August Wenzinger, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. 2 LP. Archiv
The Baroque guitar album. George Philipp Telemann. & Domenico Scarlatti, & Francois Couperin. John Williams plays the guitar. 1 LP. CBS. 44518
Trumpet Concertos by Christoph Graupner. & Georg Philipp Telemann. & Jacques Loeillet. & Willem de Fesch. Maurice André plays the trumpet along with Liege soloists, which is conducted by Gery Lemaire. 1 LP. Erato. STU 70582
Trumpet concertos by: Antonio Vivaldi. & Francesco Torelli. & Heinrich Biber. & Francesco Manfredi. & Georg Philipp Telemann. Roger Voisin playing on trumpet, along with Kapp Sinfonietta, which is conducted by Kenneth Schermerhorn. 1 LP. Kapp. K 9033
Virtuose Trompeten konzerte II. Joseph Haydn, Michael Haydn, Leopold Mozart, G. P. Telemann. Adolf Scherbaum (trompet). 1 LP. DG 136483