GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN (1681-1767): Music for Chalumeaux and Salterio - Trompette, TWV 41:C1, Sonata for Salterio, 2 Chalumeaux and Continuo, 43:f2, Sonata for Bassoon and Continuo, 41:f1, Sonatine for Hackbrett and Continuo, 41:A2, Trio Sonata for Baroque Clarinet, Discant Chalumeaux, Salterio and Continuo, 42:F6, Ouvertüre for Solo Harpsichord, 32:9, Carillon à 2 Chalumeaux, 40:109, Fantasie No. 5 for Solo Salterio, 40:18, Ouvertüre for Alto and Tenor Chalumeau and Continuo, 44:6, Trio Sonate for 2 Discant Chalumeaux and Continuo, 42:C2.
Catalogue Number: 11S016
Reference: 555 031-2
Description: Telemann didn’t write anything for hammered dulcimer but he encouraged musicians to transcribe violin works for it and that’s what has been done here. And the bassoon sonata is performed on a basson du chalumeau; and a baroque clarinet substitutes for a flute... get the idea? Salzburger Hofmusik; Wolfgang Brunner.