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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingélou View Post
    Antonio Caldara comes next - no composer guestbook, unless I missed it, so I must look and see what I can find on YouTube.

    Recommendations gratefully received - anyone?
    I have listened to some Caldara and knowing me it was probably large scale religious works and oratorios. I seem to remember he was alright, I don't know if he had a particularly famous work or works.

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    Not a new Baroque discovery for me, but I had phases when I exclusively listened Baroque guitar. Beautiful music.

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    I listened to his Sinfonia in C major and one of the comments on youtube mentions that he sounds like Zelenka, which I agree with. Now listening to his Gloria and I'd say it is great


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    Taggart & I just listened to and enjoyed these videos about the difference between baroque and more modern keyboards:



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    So I saw this topic again and wondered if Tartini has been mentioned. Here's a cd I got long ago, when was a bit fed up with Vivaldi (not anymore)

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    not long ago, Telemann was discussed here. I found a piece of his I really like
    TELEMANN: Concerto for Mandolin, Hammered Dulcimer and Harp in F major TWV 53:F1

    I especially like the slow movement
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingélou View Post
    Antonio Caldara comes next - no composer guestbook, unless I missed it, so I must look and see what I can find on YouTube.

    Recommendations gratefully received - anyone?
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    "Vola Il Tempo / Il Giuoco Di Quadriglio / Che Dite O Miei Pensieri / 4 Canons"

    - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOS1...Og0R_BCxSyVX0S

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    "Trio Sonatas"

    - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chvu...RVHh7zziW4aHPp

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    "Christmas Cantata"

    - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDrz...PwNqVsIOMa-CM8
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    I don't know if Charpentier has been discussed on this thread, but I find his music really amazing. I listened to his opera Médée and it is mind-blowing, but so is his sacred music
    Magnificat à trois voix H.73
    Grand Magnificat a 8 voci, coro e doppia orchestra
    Te Deum H.146

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    Starts well and finishes excellent! We found the mandolin pieces a little insipid possibly because they had to rein things in to let the mandolin sound through. Once the lute pieces started we found them much better and the violin playing was less restrained and much livelier.
    Music begins where words leave off. Music expresses the inexpressible.

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    Boyce sonata No 1 synthesized organ and trunpet, the organ sounds fairly normal but I find the trumpet synth intiguing; there are 5 other sonatas with the same synthesized sound,

    https://imslp.org/wiki/Special:Image...x/214224/torat

    Scores for all 12 Boyce sonatas for download here

    https://imslp.org/wiki/12_Trio_Sonat...ce%2C_William)
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    The music of Count Dracula
    Johannes Caioni - Codex Caioni

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    Excellent - beautiful and lively. Vivaldi seems to get the best out of his instruments - a lovely balance of tone. Two programmatic pieces from the Op. 10 set for flute, some trumpet and even a bassoon.
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    I own this:https://www.brilliantclassics.com/ar...boe-concertos/
    And it's an absolutely delightful listen
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    The King's Singers: Treason & Dischord
    some Dowland and Byrd

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    Heinechen refreshes the parts other composers can't.

    Lively, spirited, extrovert. Not in the first rank, but very competent Baroque music a delightful listen.

    Note to self - no guestbook.
    Music begins where words leave off. Music expresses the inexpressible.

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