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Capriccio continues to celebrate it's 40th anniversary with this retrospective of some of the greatest instrumental recordings in it's catalog. The keyboard mavens: Ton Koopman in Bach- Senior, the great Christine Schornsheim in Bach-Sons Concertos, and Tzimon Barto, the muscly master of the soft touch, in Brahms. Wind-aces Burkhard Glaetzner (oboe), Eckart Haupt (flute) and Reinhold Friedrich (trumpet) playing baroque and classical period masters. The trusty Petersen Quartet and the inquisitive Linos Ensemble, who have always been an essential element of the repertoire exploration that soon became Capriccio's hallmark, and the arch-musician Tabea Zimmermann and Vladimir Spivakov representing true highlights among the high strings. A generous and tasty synopsis of what this plucky label is about!
Capriccio continues to celebrate it's 40th anniversary with this retrospective of some of the greatest instrumental recordings in it's catalog. The keyboard mavens: Ton Koopman in Bach- Senior, the great Christine Schornsheim in Bach-Sons Concertos, and Tzimon Barto, the muscly master of the soft touch, in Brahms. Wind-aces Burkhard Glaetzner (oboe), Eckart Haupt (flute) and Reinhold Friedrich (trumpet) playing baroque and classical period masters. The trusty Petersen Quartet and the inquisitive Linos Ensemble, who have always been an essential element of the repertoire exploration that soon became Capriccio's hallmark, and the arch-musician Tabea Zimmermann and Vladimir Spivakov representing true highlights among the high strings. A generous and tasty synopsis of what this plucky label is about!
845221073996

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Format: CD
Label: CAPRICCIO
Rel. Date: 08/05/2022
UPC: 845221073996

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Capriccio continues to celebrate it's 40th anniversary with this retrospective of some of the greatest instrumental recordings in it's catalog. The keyboard mavens: Ton Koopman in Bach- Senior, the great Christine Schornsheim in Bach-Sons Concertos, and Tzimon Barto, the muscly master of the soft touch, in Brahms. Wind-aces Burkhard Glaetzner (oboe), Eckart Haupt (flute) and Reinhold Friedrich (trumpet) playing baroque and classical period masters. The trusty Petersen Quartet and the inquisitive Linos Ensemble, who have always been an essential element of the repertoire exploration that soon became Capriccio's hallmark, and the arch-musician Tabea Zimmermann and Vladimir Spivakov representing true highlights among the high strings. A generous and tasty synopsis of what this plucky label is about!
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