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GEN 16411 5.2.2016
18.90 €

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767)  
VI Ouverturen nebst zween Folgesätzen
Ouverture I in G minor TWV 32:5
Ouverture II in A major TWV 32:6
Ouverture III in F major TWV 32:7
Ouverture IV in E minor TWV 32:8
Ouverture V in E-flat major TWV 32:9
Ouverture VI in B minor TWV 32:10
   

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VI Ouverturen nebst zween Folgesätzen by Georg Philipp Telemann

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That a harpsichord can be so sensual, bursting with life, and even humorous as in Anke Dennert’s GENUIN solo debut (following two ensemble productions) is certainly a rarity – even given that the times when these instruments were disparagingly referred to as dry-as-dust egg slicers belong to the distant past… Anke Dennert plays music by the venerable Georg Philipp Telemann, who – as we learn with pleasure upon listening to this CD – was in reality not as venerable as all that; with an astonishing wealth of nuances, the harpsichordist offers a splendid rendition of the Hamburg master’s Polish, pastoral, Latin, and above all sumptuous delicacies on her one-of-a-kind, 300-year-old instrument. A discovery for connoisseurs and lovers of Baroque music!

MusicWeb International
"Dennert, a professor in Hamburg, is a fine musician. These pieces are challenging in their diversity, from virtuoso display to quiet cantabile moments. Dennert is technically assured, provides incisive rhythms and makes sound interpretive choices. She plays as an effective advocate for this unrecognized music."
Review on the MusicWeb International by Richard Kraus, April 2016

American Record Guide
"Dennert has a fine modern-consensus style of playing the harpsichord" (August, 2016)