Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's 6 Hamburg Symphonies have become quite popular since the 1960s and the number of recordings has increased steadily, making this set of early Classical symphonies something of a trendsetter. Bach's music, these symphonies were innovative and full of variety, especially in the dramatic shifts of mood typical of the Empfindsamer Stil (sensitive style), so the music is always surprising and full of energy
Ensemble Resonanz, Riccardo Minasi. The symphonies continually ambush the ear, bristling with startling leaps of the imagination that resonate powerfully with Riccardo Minasi's visceral direction. To mark the 300th anniversary of the birth of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, the Hamburg group Ensemble Resonanz, directed by Riccardo Minasi, perform the German composer’s innovative Six Hamburg Symphonies for strings and basso continuo, Wq. 182. After a period at the somewhat stiff, formal Berlin court of Frederic II (where he suffered from a lack of genuine appreciation as well as restrictions in what he could compose), Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) breathed a totally different kind of air in Hamburg after 1768 - one of independence and with the potential for development.
Ensemble Resonanz, directed by Riccardo Minasi, perform the German composer's innovative Six Hamburg Symphonies for strings and basso continuo, Wq. 18. Hamburg's Ensemble Resonanz act completely in keeping with . Bach's way of music-making. They represent a new generation of musicians, bridging the gap between tradition and the present. Instead of working with a fixed conductor, the ised musicians collaborate with outstanding instrumentalists such as Jean-Guihen Queyras and Tabea Zimmermann as. In October 2014 the Ensemble opened the "resonanzraum" in a bunker in Hamburg - a new urban space for classical music with a club atmosphere
Kalle Kalima, electric guitar, and the Ensemble Resonanz conducted by Riccardo Minasi perform: . BACH: Hamburg symphonies WQ 182 No 2, 3, 5, 6. HÄMEENNIEMI: 'Keskellä Blues' for electric guitar and strings. JAN DVORÁK: Der Mensch als Pflanze, world premiere.
P. E. Bach, Ensemble Resonanz, Riccardo Minasi - 6 Hamburg Symphonies (CD, Album). Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Ensemble Resonanz, Riccardo Minasi - Cello Concertos, Symphony . 48 (CD).
For some years now, Ensemble Resonanz has challenged this idea, without ever neglecting the notion of the sheer pleasure to be derived from the concertos and symphonies of the great C. P. Bach. Like their guest soloist Jean-Guihen Queyras, all the musicians master both styles of playing (on metal or gut strings) with dazzling virtuosity. This is the first disc on harmonia mundi to celebrate their collaboration with maestro Riccardo Minasi
Mari Eriksmoen soprano. Andreas Scholl countertenor. conductor Riccardo Minasi. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Sinfonia h-Moll Wq 182/5 für Streicher und Basso continuo. Mark Andre Kar. Giovanni Battista Pergolesi Stabat mater, Sequenz für Sopran, Alt, Orgel und Streichorchester. Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Kleiner Saal. The Recital Hall, designed in contrast to the Grand Hall in the classic shoebox style, offers seating for up to 550 people.
Played by the Ensemble Resonanz. Conductor: Riccardo Minasi. classic classical bach Bach ensembleresonanz Ensemble Resonanz Ensemble Resonanz Riccardo Minasi hamburg Hamburg new New orchestra orchestral sinfonie Sinfonie string orchestra cpe bach ensemble resonanz. Bach: 1. große Orchestersinfonie in D-Dur Wq 183/1 - I. Allegro Di Molto. Bach: 2. große Orchestersinfonie in Es-Dur Wq 183/2 - II. Larghetto.
|Sinfonia G Major Wq 182/1|
|1||Allegro Di Molto|
|Sinfonia B-flat Major Wq 182/2|
|4||Allegro Di Molto|
|Sinfonia C Major Wq 182/3|
|Sinfonia A Major Wq 182/4|
|10||Allegro, Ma Non Troppo|
|11||Largo Ed Innocentemente|
|Sinfonia B Minor Wq 182/5|
|Sinfonia E Major Wq 182/6|
|16||Allegro Di Molto|
- Recorded At – Rolf Liebermann Studio
- Designed At – C2 Hamburg
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – C2 Hamburg
- Copyright (c) – C2 Hamburg
- Licensed From – Studio Hamburg Enterprises Gmbh
- Composed By – C. P. E. Bach*
- Conductor – Riccardo Minasi
- Ensemble – Ensemble Resonanz
- Liner Notes – Patrick Hahn
- Photography By – Soenke Lorenzen
- Producer [Recording Producer] – Karola Parry
℗ + © 2014. Recorded in 2014.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 015372 820534
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Label Code: LC 7186