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Track(s) taken from CDD22048

Sonata in F major, Op 6 No 5

composer
1711 or slightly later; from 12 Trattenimenti armonici per camera, Op 6

The Locatelli Trio
Recording details: January 1992
Gewölbekeller am Römerturn, Köln, Germany
Produced by Hansjörg Seiler
Engineered by Karl-Peter Wahle & Werner Walravens
Release date: October 1994
Total duration: 9 minutes 33 seconds
 
1
Grave  [2'23]
2
Allegro  [2'56]
3
Adagio  [1'50]
4
Allegro  [2'24]

Sonata 5 has a striking second slow movement. This is one of the rare slow movements to bring the opening idea back near the end and (a few bars later) to allow the cello to detach itself, if only fleetingly, from the harpsichord.

from notes by Michael Talbot © 1994

Un remarquable deuxième mouvement lent se trouve dans la Sonate 5. C’est l’un des rares mouvements lents à reprendre l’idée initiale près de la fin et (quelques mesures plus loin) à permettre au violoncelle de se détacher du clavecin, même si ce n’est que pour quelques instants.

extrait des notes rédigées par Michael Talbot © 1994
Français: Alain Midoux

Die Sonate 5 hat einen bemerkenswerten zweiten langsamen Satz. Es ist dies einer der wenigen langsamen Sätze, die gegen Ende noch einmal die einleitende Idee aufgreifen und es (wenige Takte später) dem Cello gestatten, sich wenn auch nur kurz vom Cembalo zu lösen.

aus dem Begleittext von Michael Talbot © 1994
Deutsch: Anne Steeb/Bernd Müller

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