Heinrich Ignaz Franz Von Biber, Monica Huggett, Sonnerie - The Mystery Sonatas, Volume 2 • Nos. 10-16 download flac
The Mystery Sonatas For Violin (Scordatura) And Continuo - Volume 2 (57:18). The Joyful Mysteries: Sonata N. 0: The Crucifixion. 1. Praeludium - Aria - Variatio. The Glorious Mysteries: Sonata N. 1: The Resurrextion.
Ecstatic Flashy Mysterious Ornate. Monica Huggett, Trio Sonnerie, Sonnerie. Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber: The Mystery Sonatas for Violin (Scordatura) and Continuo, Vol. 2 - Nos. 10-16.
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber Mystery Sonatas. The Sorrowful Mysteries: Sonata for violin & continuo n. 10 in G minor, The Crucifixion (C. 99) Præludium. Aria – Variatio – Adagio. Ensemble Sonnerie, 2004 Monica Huggett – violin Emilia Benjamin – viola da gamba/ lirone Elizabeth Kenny – archlute/ theorbo/ baroque guitar Frances Kelly – harp Matthew Halls – organ/ harpsichord. Artwork: Salvador Dali 'Christ of Saint John of the Cross' (Detail) 1951.
Sonatas; For violin, continuo; Scores featuring the violin; Scores with basso continuo; For 1 player with continuo; For violin; For 1 player; For cello (arr); Scores featuring the cello. The realisation of Sonata XI within the volume (score p. 9–57 and non-scordatura violin part pp. 19–20) is largely incorrect; a corrected realisation was later issued, which appears on pages 149 to 154 of the PDF; Biber’s original part appears on pages 139 and 140 of the PDF file (or refer to pages 47–53 of the original manuscript, above). Sonata I in D minor, The Annunciation - . 2MB, 5 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 9820 ⇩ - Guifre. PDF typeset by Johan Tufvesson Guifre (2007/1/6).
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (12 August 1644 (baptised) – 3 May 1704) was a Bohemian-Austrian composer and violinist. Born in the small Bohemian town of Wartenberg (now Stráž pod Ralskem), Biber worked in Graz and Kremsier (now Kroměříž) before he illegally left his Kremsier employer, Prince-Bishop Carl korn, and settled in Salzburg. He remained there for the rest of his life, publishing much of his music but apparently seldom, if ever, giving concert tours.
More by Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber. Fidicinium Sacro-Profanum. Acronym: The Battle, the Bethel, and the Ball. Biber: Rosenkranz Sonaten. Biber: Mystery Sonatas. More Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber. Listen to Biber: The Mystery Sonatas for Violin (Scordatura) and Continuo, Vo. now. in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Biber was one of the most important composers for the violin in the history of the instrument. His technique allowed him to easily reach the 6th and 7th positions, employ multiple stops in intricate polyphonic passages, and explore the various possibilities of scordatura tuning. He also wrote one of the earliest known pieces for solo violin, the monumental passacaglia of the Mystery Sonatas. During Biber's lifetime, his music was known and imitated throughout Europe. In the late 18th century he was named the best violin composer of the 17th century by music historian Charles Burney
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber: Violin Sonatas, Nisi Dominus, Passacaglia (Sonnerie, Huggett with Thomas Guthrie). This is a disc that merits the attention of anybody who appreciates the highest flights of violin playing, from whatever period" The Daily Telegraph, August 2001. ASV Gramophone Award Winner 2002 (Baroque Instrumental). The Strad Magazine, November 2004. Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber: Mystery Sonatas (vol. 2). Huggett's playing - on three violins - shines with ease and expression The Times. Huggett’s imaginative approach and lively response to detail are among the most rewarding aspects of her version of these emotionally rewarding pieces. 5 BBC Music Magazine, December 2004. this by far and away the most spectacular, exuberant, colourful and downright ravishing of them all.
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The Mystery Sonatas: The Five Sorrowful Mysteries: 10. The Crucifixion: III. Variatio 1-. BPM Profile The Mystery Sonatas. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber von Bibern.
|The Mystery Sonatas For Violin (Scordatura) And Continuo - Volume 2 (57:18)|
|The Joyful Mysteries:|
|Sonata No.10: The Crucifixion|
|1||Praeludium - Aria - Variatio||7:40|
|The Glorious Mysteries:|
|Sonata No.11: The Resurrextion|
|2||Sonata - Surrexit Christus Hodie - Adagio||6:43|
|Sonata No.12: The Ascension|
|3||Intrada - Aria Tubicinum - Allamanda - Courente - Double||6:28|
|Sonata No.13: The Descent Of The Holy Ghost|
|4||Sonata - Gavott - Guigue - Sarabanda||8:01|
|Sonata No.14: The Assumption Of The Virgin|
|5||(Praeludium) - Aria - Gigue||8:09|
|Sonata No.15: The Coronation Of The Virgin|
|6||Sonata - Aria - Canzon - Sarabanda||10:02|
|Sonata No.16: The Guardian Angel|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. – 2004
- Copyright (c) – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. – 2004
- Recorded At – Church Of St. Silas The Martyr, Kentish Town
- Composed By – Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
- Conductor, Violin – Monica Huggett
- Cover [Painting: Assumption of the Virgin] – Luca Giordano
- Harp – Frances Kelly
- Liner Notes – Monica Huggett, Roxanne Cumming, Wiebke Thormählen
- Lute, Theorbo, Guitar [Baroque] – Elizabeth Kenny
- Organ, Harpsichord – Matthew Halls
- Performer, Ensemble – Sonnerie
- Producer, Engineer – François Eckert
- Viola da Gamba – Emilia Benjamin
NotesRecorded in St. Silas's, Kentish Town, London, 27-30 May 2003, 4 & 5 December 2003, 22 & 23 January 2004
Total Time 57:18
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- Barcode: 7 43625 03512 4
- Barcode (scan): 743625035124
- Barcode (EAN): 0743625035124
- Label Code: LC 07967
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