Record Exchange Silver Spring

8642 Colesville Road | Silver Spring, MD | 20910 | United States

?Music is and has always been a powerful means of expression and communication that goes beyond national borders. It is no different in the case of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann. Both composers drew inspiration not only from their native, German style but - like many of their contemporaries - also from other musical centres of 18th-century Europe, such as Italy and France. Their works were an important part of the music scene of that time and are still considered the quintessence of European Baroque music to this day. The pieces we have chosen have accompanied us since the beginning of our musical path and are a summary of our activities so far. They combine the orderly German structure of Bach's trio sonatas with the French elegance and splendor of Telemann's Paris Quartets. We hope you will enjoy the timeless beauty of these compositions and let us take you on an unforgettable musical journey. Très Animé is an early music ensemble founded in 2016 by four friends from Poznan. As soloists and chamber musicians they gained their skills at renowned european Academies of Music (including Germany, Switzerland, Estonia, Austria, Great Britain) and took part in many masterclasses under the guidance of eminent specialists in the performance of early music. From the beginning of their activity they obtained high marks at international competitions: Biagio Marini Competition Neuburg an der Donau (Germany, 2016), Göttingen Händel Competition (Germany, 2017) and International Van Wassenaer Competition in Utrecht (the Netherlands, 2018), where they received a finalist award. Très Animé enjoys collaborating with other instrumentalists, vocalists and dancers. They were brought together by Poznan - the city where they started their adventure with early music.
?Music is and has always been a powerful means of expression and communication that goes beyond national borders. It is no different in the case of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann. Both composers drew inspiration not only from their native, German style but - like many of their contemporaries - also from other musical centres of 18th-century Europe, such as Italy and France. Their works were an important part of the music scene of that time and are still considered the quintessence of European Baroque music to this day. The pieces we have chosen have accompanied us since the beginning of our musical path and are a summary of our activities so far. They combine the orderly German structure of Bach's trio sonatas with the French elegance and splendor of Telemann's Paris Quartets. We hope you will enjoy the timeless beauty of these compositions and let us take you on an unforgettable musical journey. Très Animé is an early music ensemble founded in 2016 by four friends from Poznan. As soloists and chamber musicians they gained their skills at renowned european Academies of Music (including Germany, Switzerland, Estonia, Austria, Great Britain) and took part in many masterclasses under the guidance of eminent specialists in the performance of early music. From the beginning of their activity they obtained high marks at international competitions: Biagio Marini Competition Neuburg an der Donau (Germany, 2016), Göttingen Händel Competition (Germany, 2017) and International Van Wassenaer Competition in Utrecht (the Netherlands, 2018), where they received a finalist award. Très Animé enjoys collaborating with other instrumentalists, vocalists and dancers. They were brought together by Poznan - the city where they started their adventure with early music.
5908285287527

Details

Format: CD
Label: RECART
Rel. Date: 07/21/2023
UPC: 5908285287527

Tres Anime
Artist: J Bach .S. / Telemann
Format: CD
New: In Stock $16.99
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

?Music is and has always been a powerful means of expression and communication that goes beyond national borders. It is no different in the case of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann. Both composers drew inspiration not only from their native, German style but - like many of their contemporaries - also from other musical centres of 18th-century Europe, such as Italy and France. Their works were an important part of the music scene of that time and are still considered the quintessence of European Baroque music to this day. The pieces we have chosen have accompanied us since the beginning of our musical path and are a summary of our activities so far. They combine the orderly German structure of Bach's trio sonatas with the French elegance and splendor of Telemann's Paris Quartets. We hope you will enjoy the timeless beauty of these compositions and let us take you on an unforgettable musical journey. Très Animé is an early music ensemble founded in 2016 by four friends from Poznan. As soloists and chamber musicians they gained their skills at renowned european Academies of Music (including Germany, Switzerland, Estonia, Austria, Great Britain) and took part in many masterclasses under the guidance of eminent specialists in the performance of early music. From the beginning of their activity they obtained high marks at international competitions: Biagio Marini Competition Neuburg an der Donau (Germany, 2016), Göttingen Händel Competition (Germany, 2017) and International Van Wassenaer Competition in Utrecht (the Netherlands, 2018), where they received a finalist award. Très Animé enjoys collaborating with other instrumentalists, vocalists and dancers. They were brought together by Poznan - the city where they started their adventure with early music.

Hours of Operation:WednesdayFriday: 12 pm - 6 pm Saturday: 11 am - 6 pm Sunday:12 pm - 6:00 pm Closed Monday and Tuesday

        
back to top