...with horns and violins
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TD00036 Capella Bydgostiensis, Joan Lluís Moraleda director
Sebastián Gimeno i Manuel Angulo, oboes
63 Minutes
Tritó
1
2006
8437011315311
DOMÈNEC TERRADELLAS (1711-1751)
Overture from Giuseppe Riconosciuto (1736)
1. Presto
2. Larghetto e sotto voce
3. [Allegretto]

JOSEP DURAN (1726-1802)
Overture in F (ca.1760)
4. Allegro
5. Andantino
6. Allegro

JOSEP PLA (1728-1762)
JOAN PLA (ca.1720-ca.1775)
Concerto for two oboe in D, IV-I (ca.1754)
7. Allegro
8. Largo
9. Allegro

Sebastián Gimeno i Manuel Angulo, oboe

MANUEL PLA (?-1766)
Overture in F, V-I (1757?)
10. Allegro
11. Andantino molto
12. Presto

JOSEP DURAN (1726-1806)
Overture in D (1788)
13. Allegro con brio
14. Andantino
15. Allegretto

CARLES BAGUER (1768-1808)
Symphony no. 2 in C minor (1790)
16. Allegro presto
17. Andante
18. Minuetto - Trio
19. Rondó (Presto)

FERRAN SOR (1778-1839)
Symphony no. 3 in F (1804)
20. Largo - Allegro moderato
"Amb trompes i violins" [with horns and violins] was a term used frequently in eighteenth-century Catalonia to express the conception and symphonic character of the music works. The combination of these two instruments typically involved an orchestral ensemble in the modern sense of the term, with a relatively large string section and thus in some respects fitting the bill for the indication ôa totta orchestraö. Thus, while the chapel music of the solemnities sung at Mass was marked ôamb trompes i amb violinsö, the writer and music lover Baró de Malda also used these words in his famous diary (the so-called ’Calaix de Sastre’) to indicate the participation of the orchestra in his chronicles of concerts and other civic festivals in eighteenth-century Barcelona. And so under this title this recording gathers together and divulges an anthology of orchestral music by eighteenth-century Catalan composers.