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Track(s) taken from CDD22048

Sonata in G minor, Op 4 No 5

composer
1708; from 6 Sonate da chiesa, 'Op 4'

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: 10 minutes 21 seconds
 
1
Adagio  [2'59]
2
Allegro  [2'51]
3
Adagio  [2'32]
4
Presto  [1'59]

Sonata 5, in G minor, is Albinoni at his most elegiac. Its second movement contains the highest note, G above the treble stave, found in any Albinoni work, while its finale, a perpetuum mobile in triple time, has earned the admiration of commentators.

from notes by Michael Talbot © 1994

La Sonate 5, en sol mineur, est du Albinoni à son plus élégiaque. Son deuxième mouvement contient la plus haute note, sol au-dessus de la clé de sol, que l’on trouve dans les œuvres d’Albinoni, tandis que son finale, un perpetuum mobile à trois temps, s’est attiré les éloges des commentateurs.

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

In g-Moll Sonate 5 zeigt Albinoni wiederum in elegischer Stimmung. Ihr zweiter Satz enthält die höchste Note, die in einem Werk von Albinoni zu finden ist, nämlich das G über dem Diskantnotensystem, während das Finale, ein Perpetuum mobile im Dreiertakt, bei Kommentatoren besondere Bewunderung ausgelöst hat.

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

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