Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)

Polonié

  1. 1) Polonié 2 (TWV 45)

    3.28

  2. 2) Polonesie (TWV 45)

    1.45

  3. 3) Polenesie 8 (TWV 45)

    1.11

  4. 4) Allegro (TWV 43:B2)

    1.45

  5. 5) Tourbillon (TWB 55:D12)

    1.52

Polonesie

  1. 6) Polonoise (TWV 55:a4)

    3.17

  2. 7) Polonesie 4 (TWV 45)

    2.03

  3. 8) Polonesie 17&18 (TWV 45)

    2.35

  4. 9) Polonoise (TWV 55:D13)

    1.33

  5. 10) Musette (TWV 55:D13)

    2.33

  6. 11) Batelière (TWV 55:D13)

    0.59

Concerto Polonais in B-flat Major TWV 43:B3

  1. 12) Polonoise

    2.01

  2. 13) Allegro

    3.19

  3. 14) Largo

    2.44

  4. 15) Allegro

    1.00

Partie Polonois TWV 39

  1. 16) Ouverture

    3.49

  2. 17) Harlequinade

    1.30

  3. 18) Le Ris

    1.38

  4. 19) Rigidon

    0.58

  5. 20) Combattans

    1.14

  6. 21) Hanaque- Sarrois

    2.04

  7. 22) Gigue

    1.40

Individual pieces

  1. 23) Polonoise (TWV 41:D4)

    1.36

  2. 24) Loure (TWV 55:g4)

    3.00

Concerto Polonois in G Major TWV 43:G7

  1. 25) Dolce

    2.11

  2. 26) Allegro

    2.12

  3. 27) Largo

    2.09

  4. 28) Allegro

    1.52

Hanac

  1. 29) Polonié (TWV 45)

    3.09

  2. 30) Hanaquoise (TWV 55:D3)

    1.57

  3. 31) Hanac (TWV 45)

    1.01

  4. 32) Hanac (TWV 45)

    1.34

  5. 33) Hanasky (TWV 55: E1)

    1.02

CD information

BRISK PORTRAIT OF TELEMANN’S POLAND

The players of Holland Baroque continue their PENTATONE journey with Polonoise, a programme for curious listeners who want to discover a different side of Telemann. His manuscript Danses d’Polonie (TWV 45), in which he wrote down the dance music he heard during his Polish travels, was the impetus for this album. Taking this as a point of departure, Holland Baroque and violinist Aisslinn Nosky explore how Telemann applied the Polish style in his own works. Polonoise takes the listener on an imaginary journey to the wild nature, the slopes and the picturesque village taverns of Poland. Arranged by the ensemble’s artistic leaders Judith and Tineke Steenbrink, Telemann’s Polish concertos and dances sound brisker than ever before.

Holland Baroque is an original and innovative baroque orchestra that approaches baroque repertoire through a fresh and contemporary approach, with a focus on improvisation and collaborations with outstanding artists from different traditions. Polonoise is their second PENTATONE release, after their well-received Silk Baroque (2019), together with Wu Wei. Aisslinn Nosky, one of the most pioneering and adventurous violinists of the Northern-American early music scene, makes her PENTATONE debut.



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