HD-Vinyls 24/192 (BASF) Georg Muffat ‎- Concertos & Suites (La Petite Bande)


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Georg Muffat (1 June 1653 – 23 February 1704) was a Baroque composer and organist. He is most well known for the remarkably articulate and informative performance directions printed along with his collections of string pieces Florilegium Primum and Florilegium Secundum (First and Second Bouquets) in 1695 and 1698. Georg Muffat was born in Megève, Duchy of Savoy (now in France), of André Muffat (of Scottish descent) and Marguerite Orsyand. He studied in Paris between 1663 and 1669, where his teacher…

Composer: Georg Muffat
Orchestra: La Petite Bande
Vinyl 1975
Number of Discs: 1
Format: FLAC
Label: BASF
DR-Analysis: DR 13
Size: 2.14 GB
Scan: yes
Server: FF

… where his teacher is often assumed to have been Jean Baptiste Lully. This assumption is largely based on the statement “For six years … I avidly pursued this style which was flowering in Paris at the time under the most famous Jean Baptiste Lully.” This is ambiguous (in all of the languages in which it was printed) as to whether the style was flourishing under Lully, or that Muffat studied under Lully. In any case, the style which the young Muffat learned was unequivocally Lullian and it remains likely that he had at least some contact with the man himself. After leaving Paris, he became an organist in Molsheim and Sélestat. Later, he studied law in Ingolstadt, afterwards settling in Vienna. He could not get an official appointment, so he travelled to Prague in 1677, then to Salzburg, where he worked for the archbishop for some ten years. In about 1680, he traveled to Italy, there studying the organ with Bernardo Pasquini, a follower of the tradition of Girolamo Frescobaldi; he also met Arcangelo Corelli, whose works he admired very much. From 1690 to his death, he was Kapellmeister to the bishop of Passau. Georg Muffat should not be confused with his son Gottlieb Muffat, also a successful composer.

Tracklist

  Sonata G-Major
A1a Allemanda – Grave  
A1b Adagio  
A1c Fuga  
A1d Adagio – Allegro – Adagio  
A1e Ciacona  
  Suite In D ‘Nobilis Juventus’
A2a Ouverture  
A2b Entree D’Espagnols  
A2c Air Pour Des Hollandois  
A2d Gigue Pour Des Anglois  
A2e Gavotte Pour Des Italiens  
A2f I. Menuet Pour Des Francois – Il. Menuet  
  Suite G-Major ‘Laeta Poesis’
B1a Ouverture  
B1b Die Poeten  
B1c Junge Spanier  
B1d Ein Anderes Fuer Dieselbige  
B1e Die In Ihren Haefen Etwas Abfuehrende Koech  
B1f Das Fleischgehack  
B1g Die Kuchen-Jung  
  Sonata G-Minor
B2a Sonata: Grave – Allegro  
B2b Grave – Forte E Allegro – Grave  
B2c Aria  
B2d Grave  
B2d Sarabande – Grave  
B2e Grave  
B2f Borea – Alla Breve  

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Analyzed Folder: /192k Muffat – Concerti And Suites – La Petite Bande
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DR Peak RMS Filename
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DR13 -0.56 dB -17.40 dB A1 Sonata G-Major.flac
DR13 -1.26 dB -17.78 dB A2 Suite In D ‘Nobilis Juventus’.flac
DR13 -1.23 dB -17.72 dB B1 Suite G-Major ‘Laeta Poesis’.flac
DR13 -0.76 dB -17.66 dB B2 Sonata G-Minor.flac
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Number of Files: 4
Official DR Value: DR13

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  1. Thank you very much.

  2. Many thanks for another work from this great composer, in 192 Alf 😀

  3. Thank you very much.

  4. Thx for this classic I’m looking forward to hearing this!

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