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Quicksilver - Fantasticus: Extravagant and Virtuosic Music of the German Seventeenth Century album mp3
Chamber Music
  • Performer:
    Quicksilver
  • Title:
    Fantasticus: Extravagant and Virtuosic Music of the German Seventeenth Century
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Chamber Music
  • Date of release:
    December 9, 2014
  • Recording date:
    May 23, 2013 - May 25, 2013
  • Duration:
    01:19:52
  • Recording location:
    Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, USA
  • Size FLAC version
    1644 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1448 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1836 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    286
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Quicksilver's recording, FANTASTICUS, features extraordinary 17th century German music in the Stilus Fantasticus, 'instituted to display genius,' in the words of mathematician Athanasius Kirchner. The recording explores one of the cultural revolutions of the time, the development of the sonata, a purely instrumental work with no agenda but the imagination of the composer and no standard formal shape except the passionate give-and-take of friends in conversation. This 'new music' is virtuosic, experimental, unexpected, and deeply moving: the closest we come to wordless.

2. Sonata á 3 in d minor.

Fantasticus: Extravagant and Virtuosic Music of the German Seventeenth Century. 2.

Quicksilver's recording, Fantasticus, features extraordinary 17th century German music in the Stilus Fantasticus, "instituted to display genius," in the words of mathematician Athanasius Kirchner. This "new music" is virtuosic, experimental, unexpected, and deeply moving: the closest we come to wordless.

Album · 2011 · 13 Songs. Fantasticus: Extravagant and Virtuosic Music of the German Seventeenth Century. Masters of Rock: Quicksilver Messenger Service.

Quicksilver signifies something unpredictable and swiftly responsive. The newest Quicksilver recording along these lines is 'Fantasticus; Extravagant and Virtuosic Music of the German 17th Century'. The disc's title is no exaggeration

Quicksilver presents Fantasticus Extravagant and Virtuosic Music of the German Seventeenth Century April 13 & 14 8 pm Tickets As our guest ensemble, we are proud to present Quicksilver, the hot new ensemble of virtuoso players of early Baroque music torontoconsort.

This evening, Quicksilver will present Fantasticus, an exploration of the extravagant and virtuosic chamber music of the German seventeenth century, featuring works by Johann Kaspar Kerll, Matthias Weckmann, David Pohle, and Antonio Bertali. Robert Mealy and Julie Andrijeski, directors & violins; Dominic Teresi, bassoon; David Morris, cello; Charles Weaver, theorbo; Avi Stein, harpsichord.

Fantasticus features extravagant music from 17th-century Germany for violins, sackbut, dulcian and continuo, with works by Buxtehude, Bertali, Weckmann and Schmeltzer. All virtuoso soloists in their own right, and together their playing is drop-dead gorgeous. early music america. Have an event you’d like to plug? Adding an event to our listings is free and only takes seconds.

Credits

Anonymous - Composer
G. A. Baffo - Instrument Design
Antonio Bertali - Composer
Nicolas Bertrand - Instrument Design
Dietrich Buxtehude - Composer
Sharon D'cunha - Executive Producer
Tatiana Daubek - Photography
Ian Douglas - Photography
Rainer Egger - Instrument Design
Carl Fudge - Instrument Design
Pietro Guarneri - Instrument Design
Sebastian Hainlein - Instrument Design
Hendrik Hasenfuss - Instrument Design
Peter Hütmannsberger - Instrument Design
Martinus Kaiser - Instrument Design
Johann Kaspar Kerll - Composer
Athanasius Kircher - Liner Notes
Henk Klopp - Organ Maker
Robert Mealy - Liner Notes
Mark Norfleet - Instrument Design
Andreas Oswald - Composer
Martin Praetorius - Instrument Design
Quicksilver - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer - Composer
Michael Schreiner - Instrument Design
Geoffrey Silver - Producer
Loren Stata - Engineer
Avi Stein - Harpsichord
Antonio Stradivari - Instrument Design
Johann Vierdanck - Composer
Jason Viseltear - Instrument Design
Nicholas Alexandre II Voboam - Instrument Design
Matthias Weckmann - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sonata no. 9 à 4 Matthias Weckmann Quicksilver 6:30
2 Sonata á 3 in d minor Antonio Bertali Quicksilver 7:06
3 Sonata à 2 Johann Kaspar Kerll Quicksilver 7:21
4 Ciaconna Anonymous Quicksilver 2:24
5 Sonata à 4 in d minor Antonio Bertali Quicksilver 10:19
6 Sonata no. 2 à 4 Matthias Weckmann Quicksilver 5:22
7 Prelude in g minor, BuxWV 163 Dietrich Buxtehude Quicksilver 7:10
8 Polnische Sackpfeiffen Johann Heinrich Schmelzer Quicksilver 6:30
9 Sonata in G, BuxWV 271 Dietrich Buxtehude Quicksilver 8:29
10 Canzona in C major, no. 21 Johann Vierdanck Quicksilver 5:11
11 Sonata à 3 Andreas Oswald Quicksilver 5:34
12 Sonatano no. 10 Antonio Bertali Quicksilver 7:56