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Frans Brüggen - Barokconcerten Voor Blokfluit 1

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  1. Doudal says:
    Oct 07,  · The recording was made at a time when Frans Brüggen was attempting two careers at once, that of soloist and that of conductor. As most readers will no doubt know, he soon after gave up the struggle and decided to concentrate on conducting - a decision which may have robbed us of some incredible feats of flute and recorder playing, but which 4/5(4).
  2. Faerg says:
    Aug 17,  · One of the great pioneers of the early music revival, Frans Brüggen, who has died aged 79, was celebrated equally for his virtuoso recorder playing and his stylistically authoritative conducting.
  3. Zulushura says:
    Decca clearly aimed the set at aficionados and so provided discs with alternate readings. Both Brüggen and Hogwood do the Miracle (No. 96), the Military (No. ), and the London (No. ), so you can compare their approaches. For example, in the Military, Brüggen gives the first movement time to breathe and uses less sharp sforzandos.
  4. Tujas says:
    Aug 25,  · Frans Brüggen, a Dutch pioneer of the early music movement, a co-founder and conductor of the influential Orchestra of the 18th Century, and a .
  5. Fauzilkree says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Mozart: The Flute Concertos - Frans Brüggen on AllMusic -
  6. Vozuru says:
    Frans Brüggen entretient depuis toujours une proximité intime avec la musique de Bach, son style, son contenu expressif. Pour cette Passion selon Saint-Jean de Bach enregistrée live en , le chef d'orchestre a réuni une équipe vocale somptueuse, avec Markus Schäfer en Evangéliste, Thomas Oliemans en Jésus, la soprano Carolyn Sampson, l'alto Michael Chance ou bien encore la basse.
  7. Shazahn says:
    Frans Brüggen, (Franciscus Jozef Brüggen), Dutch musician and conductor (born Oct. 30, , Amsterdam, Neth.—died Aug. 13, , Amsterdam), revitalized the modern understanding of early classical music when he founded () the Orchestra of .

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