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Offline Chris_Holmes

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Re: Georg Philipp Telemann
« Reply #140 on: January 06, 2021, 06:08:38 PM »
Telemann's Wassermusik Overture great—you're telling me this is only one of 600 of his works in the genre?! I'll have to track down that Mühler-Brühl recording. Is it on period instruments? I have one Naxos Telemann recording, concertos with Richard Edlinger & the Capella Istropolitana. Not really HIP at all, but I like the sound of the ensemble so it's OK.

As far as I know from the Quebec TWV Catalogue, there are 138 identified Overtures (Suites). I have so far managed to accumulate 93 of them.

Wassermusik is one of my favourites, & I prefer Musica Antiqua Koln's recording of the 10 versions I have.

Another easily available fun favourite is the Alster 55F11 for 4 horns, 2 oboes, 2violins & bass, where Telemann imitates the cries of frogs in the Hamburg marshes (9 versions).

55D6  Suite for Viola da Gamba has been widely recorded (I have 9 versions).

55G10 Burlesque de Quichotte is another piece that's fun to listen to (9 versions also).

55B11 La Bourse was written about the 1720 Stock Market Crash !!!

55a2 Suite for recorder, strings & bass is the most recorded - I have over 20 versions of that.

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Re: Georg Philipp Telemann
« Reply #141 on: February 03, 2021, 01:01:33 AM »
Does anybody know the TWV catalogue numbers for the pieces in Der getreue Music-Meister ?

I have versions by both Josef Ulsamer & Camerata Koln, but neither of them has catalogue numbers.

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Re: Georg Philipp Telemann
« Reply #142 on: February 03, 2021, 02:47:47 AM »
Does anybody know the TWV catalogue numbers for the pieces in Der getreue Music-Meister ?

These are the numbers as recorded in the Telemann Masterworks box (also Camerata Köln), rather untidily stripped straight from my iTunes library.  (The pieces without numbers are by other composers):

Sonata for flute and basso continuo, TWV.41:F2
Emma und Eginhard, TWV.21:25 - Sage mir doch nichts von Liebe
Partita in G, TWV.32:1
Polonaise for flute or violin and basso continuo, TWV.41:D4
Emma und Eginhard, TWV.21:25 - Nimm dein Herz nur wieder an
L'hiver for solo instrument and basso continuo, TWV.41:d1
Etliche contrapunktische Veränderungen des ersten Takts der Telemannischen Sonatinen
Suite for oboe and basso continuo, TWV.41:g4
Sancio, TWV.21:20 - Es glänzet die Unschuld
Sonata in B flat for 2 recorders, TWV.40:107
Sancio, TWV.21:20 - So oft du deinen Schatz wirst küssen
Pastourelle for recorder and basso continuo, TWV.41:D5
Canon mit 14 Verkehrungen, gesetzt von Mr. Zelenka
Capriccio for flute and basso continuo, TWV.41:G5
Das Frauenzimer verstimmt sich immer, TWV.25:37
Sonata for cello and basso continuo, TWV.41:D6
Emma und Eginhard, TWV.21:25 - Vergiß dich selbst, mein schönster Engel
Air for trumpet and basso continuo, TWV.41:C1
Marche pour M. le capitaine Weber und Retraite in F, TWV.35:1
Einige plötzliche Eintritte in entfernte Accords
Suite in D for harpsichord
Sancio, TWV.21:20 - Süsse Worte, werte zeilen
Niaise in E, TWV.41:E2
Suite in D, TWV.40:108 'Gulliver's Travels'
Thema zur Fuge, nebst 5 eingeschickten Auflösungen
Carillon, TWV.40:109
Menuett for 2 horns, TWV.40:110
Duetto, TWV.41:B3
Cher souvenir
Fantasia in D
Pastourelle for recorder and basso continuo, TWV.41:D5
Æsopus bei Hofe, TWV.21:26 - Più del Fiume
Napolitana, TWV.41:B4
Trio-sonata, TWV.42:C1
Sonata for bassoon and basso continuo, TWV.41:f1
Presto
Emma und Eginhard, TWV.21:25 - Ergrimmet nicht, ihr holden Augen
Gigue for violin solo in A minor
Die verkehrte Welt, TWV.21:23 - Glückselig ist, wer alle Morgen
Suite in D
Die verkehrte Welt, TWV.21:23 - Scena
Æsopus bei Hofe, TWV.21:26 - Die Kuh, doch halt!
La poste, TWV.35:2
Sonata for viola da gamba solo in D, TWV.40:1
Calypso, TWV.21:19 - Gedoppelt schön
Trouble-Fête
Canon a 3 in hypodiapente et hyperdiatessaron
Emma und Eginhard, TWV.21:25 - Gesundheits-Brunnen, warme Bäder
Sonata for oboe and basso continuo, TWV.41:A3
Pièce in C for harpsichord
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in F
Canon a 4, BWV.1074
Æsopus bei Hofe, TWV.21:26 - Bum bum bum, faranno i timpani
Ouverture burlesque for harpsichord in D minor, TWV.32:2
Sonata for recorder and basso continuo, TWV.41:C2
Ich kann lachen, weinen, scherzen, TWV.20:15
Canon a 4
Sonata for flute and violin in G, TWV.40:111
Suite in B flat
Säume nicht, geliebte schöne TWV.25:38
3 Themata zu Fugen
Sonata for violin and basso continuo, TWV.41:g5
Sinfonie à la françoise for flute and basso continuo, TWV.41:h2
Emma und Eginhard, TWV.21:25 - Ich folge dir
Sonate for viola da gamba and basso continuo, TWV.41:G6
Bizaria for violin and basso continuo
Belsazar, TWV.25:11 - Daß ich mich dir ergeben sollte
Giga for violin and basso continuo
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Re: Georg Philipp Telemann
« Reply #143 on: February 04, 2021, 05:06:54 PM »
Thanks so much. You've saved me hours of searching. With the catalogue numbers I can  add both box sets to my Telemann by numbers library.



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Re: Georg Philipp Telemann
« Reply #144 on: February 06, 2021, 09:40:02 AM »
During recording I just noticed that the Pastourelle in your list occurs on both CD1 & CD2.
I assume that that's just an iTunes cockup: the part on CD2 should be just labelled as a piece from a contributor, & not a Telemann work, according to the booklet.

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Re: Georg Philipp Telemann
« Reply #145 on: February 07, 2021, 07:08:31 AM »
You're very welcome, and thanks for the update.  Looking in my big Telemann box, I see that the pieces aren't numbered in there either, so where did I get the numbers from?  Did I really look them all up?  Who knows.  I used to work in music cataloguing at the BBC in the 1980s, so perhaps old habits don't die.

Perhaps I got them from here: https://www.amazon.com/Telemann-Getreue-Music-Meister-complete/dp/B00000E6W0
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