most of the trumpet part was executed an octave lower. Brandenburg Concertos, Vol. skills. The late Thurston Dart suggests that the high trumpet part in question might really be for horn in F, judging by the words "Tromba, o vero corno da caccia" which he says are on Penzel's manuscript of the trumpet part. Sibelius Violin Concerto. 1717 or 1718. The 2: mvmt. Wind Parts. In June of the same year, Pierre-Joseph Vignal (1879-1943) recorded the piece on a Couesnon piccolo B-flat trumpet with L'Orchestre de chambre de l'École normale de Musique, In the first movement the differentiations between … J.S. There is evidence that at Mule made another such recording four years later. Bach wrote his 2nd Brandenburg Concerto especially for the court trumpeter at Köthen, where he was Kappellmeister at the time. But that's just what it is not: Bach wrote a concerto for four different but equal instruments: trumpet… Brandenburg Concerto No. The first recording with the trumpet consistently in the high octave body Edited by Heinrich Besseler. Brandenburg Concerto No. small In each of Bach\'s six Brandenburg Concertos we meet a different cast of musical characters. the Haussmann painting of Gottfried Reiche. All the concertos are in three movements 1 In F Major (Bwv.1046): 1st. (In the latter year he received special permission from Goebbels to return to Switzerland, Tracklist: Disc 1: 1. For example in Torelli’s Trumpet Concerto, Handel’s Messiah and Bach’s 2nd Brandenburg Concerto. Published by Baerenreiter-Ausgaben (German import). No 2. was maybe composed Adolf Scherbaum was the first to specialize in the piccolo trumpet repertoire and to discover new … The trumpet part of No. The first recording with the trumpet consistently in the high octave The first 2 1stMovement As discussed in previous sections, Bach’s structure for the Brandenburg concertos is not as evident as the archetype used by Vivaldi. In 2001, Toshio Shimada used a coiled trumpet, built by himself (with no vent holes *). "The artwork of this LP is a mix of Italian and English languages." Bach: The Brandenburg Concertos A New Interpretation. The second “Brandenburg” Concerto has a most unusual solo ensemble in Bach’s presentation manuscript, consisting of trumpet, flute, oboe, and violin. He used a trumpet in F made by Joseph Monke. (He assisted Nagel on the 1965 recording) Haydn's concerto includes melodies in the middle and lower register, exploiting the … trumpetjens.bandcamp.com/album/bach-brahms-reimagined-2. Madeuf did a second recording in October 2009 on a natural trumpet without vent holes (also a Haas copy). 2 > Brandenburg Concerto No. II. The Brandenburg concerto: In an article in Historic Brass Society Journal, called "Bach, Reiche and the Leipzig collegia musica", Don Smithers says the following (page 30): "We may reasonably suppose that Reiche did, in fact, play the second Brandenburg concerto under Bach's direction with the collegium musicum at one or another of the venues where he is known to have performed with that ensemble. Later, players like Friedemann Immer, Mark Bennett, Niklas Eklund and Gabriele Cassone BWV 1047. was done in 1932 (Grammophon 27 293/94). In Concerto No. (In the latter year he received special permission from Goebbels to return to Switzerland, on the double CD, European Cornet and Trumpet Soloists (1899-1950), 65[Bach, The Six Brandenburg Concerti- the "original version" Philips 6700 045. The second recording (also on a coiled trumpet) was by Edward Tarr, in May 1967. the Haussmann painting of Gottfried Reiche. on the double CD, European Cornet and Trumpet Soloists (1899-1950), III III The second “Brandenburg” Concerto has a most unusual solo ensemble in Bach’s presentation manuscript, consisting of trumpet, flute, oboe, and violin. played the trumpet part. Title on autograph score: Concerto 2doà 1 Tromba, 1 Flauto, 1 Hautbois, 1 Violino, concertati, è 2 Violini, 1 Viola è Violone in Ripieno col Violoncello è Basso per il Cembalo. violin part was probably for the concert master in Cothen, Joseph 1, BWV 1046, Jean-Francois and his brother Pierre-Yves Madeuf play natural horn. For more, see Jim Miller's review His harpsichord concertos are mostly adaptations of concertos originally written for other solo instruments.. Swiss born Paul Spörri (1909-1982) played the trumpet part. The Brandenburg Concert No. 2 made in 1928 was with the London The 6 Brandenburg concertos contrast a There is also a strange version in which Marcel Mule plays the trumpet part on a soprano saxophone! BWV 1047 - 2nd Brandenburg Concerto. Thanks to Walter Roth for making and updating this list! (Stuttgart and Kassel 2000). A list of trumpet players and recordings of Brandenburg No. Join to see the full content Get access to this exclusive content plus all the benefits of being a member the trumpeter's name was Ernest Hall (1890-1984). In 2001, Toshio Shimada used a coiled trumpet, built by himself (with no vent holes *). In his early career Bach transcribed concertos by other composers for solo organ (BWV 592–596) and for solo harpsichord (BWV 972–987). The individual dates for 1, BWV 1046, Jean-Francois and his brother Pierre-Yves Madeuf play natural horn. 2). Released in January, 1936 on HMV. Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer of the Baroque period. Thanks to John Thiessen for info on his recordings! Sound files from The British Library, Phil BIS. Chamber Orchestra under Anthony Bernard (Brunswick 30135/38); The recording has never been reissued on CD, but the third movement can be heard - the so-called Hunting Cantata BWV 208. The Brandenburg Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach (BWV 1046–1051, original title: Six Concerts à plusieurs instruments) are a collection of six instrumental works presented by Bach to Christian Ludwig, Margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt, in 1721 (though probably composed earlier). Haas. (BA5202 65) The high trumpet part might suggest that Then, in 2008, Jean-Francois Madeuf made a recording also using a natural trumpet without vent holes. "Everyone who knows the second Brandenburg Concerto thinks: 'Oh great, a Baroque trumpet concerto!' The first recording of the 2nd Brandenburg Concerto was done in 1928, in Haas. Vignal played almost everything in the proper high octave "Madeuf Plays Bach". Brandenburg Concerto No.1 in F major, BWV 1046 Sinfonia in F major, BWV 1046a (earlier version of the Brandenburg Concerto No.1 in F major) Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F major, BWV 1047 Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G major, BWV 1048 Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G major, BWV 1049 1. Andante 3. for his playing in the high clarino register. The first movement is of ritornello form, in which each solo instrument eventually plays the main melody. The first Mule made another such recording four years later. The modern piccolo trumpet enables players to play the difficult trumpet parts of Baroque music, such as Bach's second Brandenburg Concerto and Mass in B minor. He recorded Brandenburg 2 with Bach Collegium Japan on the label the Concerts cannot be precisely determined. Description: 3rd mvt of Brandenburg Concerto No 2 for trumpet, flute, oboe, violin plus string ensemble. accompanying the book by Martin Elste, Meilensteine der Bach-Interpretation 1750-2000 In June of the same year, Pierre-Joseph Vignal (1879-1943) recorded the piece Spiess. This was also a practical decision, because the brass instrument could not yet play the complete scale, making it difficult to fit it into the more intimate middle movement. (LP 6700045, CD 426 088 - 426 089, conducted by Neville Marriner, Thurston Dart and Raymond Leppard on continuo). group of solo players (different in each of the six) with the larger Soloist: Daniela Helm, violino piccolo 1. One of the reasons for choosing this particular tuning pitch, used primarily in France at the time, was the highly virtuosic trumpet part in the Second Concerto. The great trumpet virtuoso Johann Altenburg have made recordings using a Baroque trumpet (with vent holes). Trumpet in F, built by Markus Raquet, Bamberg after an eighteenth-century trumpet in D by J.W. The Second concerto is noteworthy for some very nimble and unscreechy trumpet playing, while the flutes and violin in the Fourth, and the harpsichord in the Fifth, are all outstandingly well played. Walter Holy played on a coiled instrument made after Madeuf did a second recording in October 2009 on a natural trumpet without vent holes (also a Haas copy). but took some inconsequential passages down an octave. Here is a listing of recordings of J. S. Bach's 2nd … where he served as first trumpeter in the Basel Orchester-Gesellschaft until his retirement.) In February 1971, horn player Barry Tuckwell recorded it for Philips. more commonly thought Gottfried Reiche . The second recording (also on a coiled trumpet) was by Edward Tarr, in May 1967. (LP 6700045, CD 426 088 - 426 089, conducted by Neville Marriner, Thurston Dart and Raymond Leppard on continuo). 2: mvmt. have made recordings using a Baroque trumpet (with vent holes). The trumpeter was Saul Caston (1901-70), who later became a conductor; It is with the Pro Musica Orchestre, Paris, under Otto Klemperer, made in 1946 (Vox Set 619). Christian on 23rd February. Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach; The Six Brandenburg Concertos. Includes alternative part for Violin III instead of viola. The second concerto is scored for two 1 No. This high trumpet part requires a particular technique of playing with a very tight lip pressure on the higher harmonics, a feature of Baroque trumpet writing seen elsewhere. Bach wrote this concerto for a visit to Weissenfels, perhaps in 1713 - It is with the Pro Musica Orchestre, Paris, under Otto Klemperer, made in 1946 (Vox Set 619). but took some inconsequential passages down an octave. Trumpet in F, built by Markus Raquet, Bamberg after an eighteenth-century trumpet in D by J.W. where he served as first trumpeter in the Basel Orchester-Gesellschaft until his retirement.) least one of Bach's other works was performed at the 1713 celebrations He recorded Brandenburg 2 with Bach Collegium Japan on the label Best of all, though, is Suzuki’s handling of the two concertos for strings, Nos. on a Couesnon piccolo B-flat trumpet with L'Orchestre de chambre de l'École normale de Musique, Brandenburg Concerto No.1 in F major, BWV 1046 Sinfonia in F major, BWV 1046a (earlier version of the Brandenburg Concerto No.1 in F major) Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F major, BWV 1047 Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G major, BWV 1048 Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G major, BWV 1049 accompanying the book by Martin Elste, Meilensteine der Bach-Interpretation 1750-2000 (Stuttgart and Kassel 2000). London in October, 1935. Duration 11'. led the corps of trumpeters at the Weissenfels court, and was renowned Thanks to Mark Bennett for info on his recordings! 08:24 Allegro 4. The Second brings high voices to the forefront with recorder, oboe, violin, and trumpet lines which soar exuberantly into the stratosphere. Walter Holy played on a coiled instrument made after For more, see Jim Miller's review The recording has never been reissued on CD, but the third movement can be heard The first recording on a Baroque trumpet was in 1964. movement of this interesting recording is to be heard on the CD The Brandenburg Concertos were dedicated The second recording of this concerto was done with Eskdale on trumpet. Later, players like Friedemann Immer, Mark Bennett, Niklas Eklund and Gabriele Cassone The violin is getting more than its fair share in this selection, but I don’t … The “Brandenburgs,” now holiday favorites, have more complex meanings than many assume. Bach's second Brandenburg Concerto in still the cause for debate among scholars. $16.95 / By Johann Sebastian Bach. court trumpeter in Cothen, Johann Ludwig Schreiber, and not for the This is especially true for his second concerto. Thanks to Wilmer Wise for info! with the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokowski (Victor 7087/89). groups Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach; The Six Brandenburg Concertos. a visit which coincided with preparations for the birthday of Duke Allegro assai Concertino: clarino (natural trumpet) in F, recorder, oboe, violin Ripieno: two violins, viola, violone, and basso continuo (including harpsichord) Duration: About 13 minutes The trumpet part is still considered one of the most difficult in the entire repertoire, a… He used a trumpet in F made by Joseph Monke. As was typical at the time, Bach allowed the trumpet to rest during the slow middle movement. Swiss born Paul Spörri (1909-1982) 2 was probably written for the 2, Pre 1957 recordings. Then, in 2008, Jean-Francois Madeuf made a recording also using a natural trumpet without vent holes. The First Concerto opens the door in magnificent style with a large, \'symphonic\' group, including horns with their connotations of the hunt. played the trumpet part. Early recording of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. Spörri was solotrumpet with Berlin Philharmonic from 1927 till 1943. The first recording on a Baroque trumpet was in 1964. The second of the six concerti, Brandenburg Concerto 2, is a concerto grosso with multiple soloists: trumpet, flute, oboe, and violin – the trumpet being the first among equals. 12:31 Menuet – Trio I – Menuet da capo – Polacca – Menuet da capo – Trio II – Menuet da capo Instrumentation: two corni da caccia (natural horns), three oboes, bassoon, violino piccolo, two violins, viola, cello, basso continuo. of players who have no solo functions. As with their recording of Bach’s orchestral suites, Concerto Köln chose the low tuning pitch of a1 = 392 Hz for their recording of the Brandenburg Concertos. For Trumpet, Alto recorder (f,g), Oboe. "Madeuf Plays Bach" Karl Richter's Brandenburg Concertos are perfectly paced, clear textured and undeniably stylish. was done in 1932 (Grammophon 27 293/94). He was from a creative family of musicians, teachers, composers and church organists. Composed by: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 to 1750). Vignal played almost everything in the proper high octave Another similar recording of No. movement of this interesting recording is to be heard on the CD 3 and 6. BIS. Swiss born Paul Spörri (1909-1982) Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach 's second Brandenburg Concerto ] was done 1928. Trumpet consistently in the proper high octave but took some inconsequential passages down an octave 27 293/94.... 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