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Track(s) taken from CDH55280

Sonata No 4 in F major, HWV383

composer
originally described as one of Handel's earliest compositions (Weidemann); subsequently regarded as a doubtful attribution

Convivium, Anthony Robson (oboe)
Recording details: September 1998
St Michael's Church, Highgate, London, United Kingdom
Produced by Martin Compton
Engineered by Antony Howell & Julian Millard
Release date: February 2000
Total duration: 8 minutes 58 seconds
 
1
Adagio  [2'04]
2
Allegro  [1'46]
3
Largo  [1'34]
4
Allegro  [3'34]

Reviews

'Very engaging sonatas performed stylishly and with lively spirit by Convivium … well worth exploring' (BBC Music Magazine)

'Unashamedly fine performances. The recorded sound and balance is masterful, and I can happily recommend this to Handelians (even if the music is by someone else) and chamber music fans alike. It's a real pleasure' (Early Music Review)

'Attractive and well-written works, definitely worth recording … the performances are vivacious and stylish. Hyperion's recording is excellent, and this fascinating disc should appeal to anyone with a taste for the byways of the Baroque' (International Record Review)

'Performed with style and an engagingly playful spirit by Convivium … oboist Anthony Robson and violinist Elizabeth Wallfisch are exquisite soloists' (Classic FM Magazine)
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