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Ton Koopman

Ik heb een muziekje in mijn hoofd

  • Type CD+Book
  • Label Antoine Marchand
  • UPC 9789490706029
  • Catalog number UP 1
  • Release date 21 November 2005
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    melodietje uit ouverture no 2: Badinerie
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    Overture no 3 BWV 1068 D groot
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    Concert voor fagot en orkest KV 191 (186e) Bes groot
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    De Vier Jaargetijden op 8 no I RV 269 E groot de lente: Allegro
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    concert voor orgel en orkest op 4 no 4 F groot Allegro
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    Uit Kantate BWV 147 Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben
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    Concert voor klavecimbel en orkest Hob.XVIII.II D groot
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    Concert voor hobo en orkest op 7 no I RV 465 d klein Allegro
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    Parijse Symphonie no 83 La Poule g klein
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    Concert voor fluit en harp en orkest KV 299 (297c) C groot Allegro
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    Symfonie no 40 KV 550 g klein
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    Suite III HWV 349 Water Music D groot
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    Ouverture no 2 BWV 1067 b klein

Rediscovery of the Händel cantata now available in a printed edition!


image The significant rediscovery of a missing cantata by George Frideric Händel is now available in a printed edition published by Bärenreiter, as well as on CD! Ton Koopman had this cantata in his private library for a number of years and it was identified by the American musicologist John H. Roberts as a different early version of the cantata “Tu fedel? tu costante?”, HWV 171. Only the first aria is ...

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