Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Telemann Fantasias: a feat of ingenuity and inspiration examples for flute such as Schickhardt’s L’Alphabet de la Musique, twenty-four sonatas in all major. ANTÔNIO CARLOS PORTELA DA SILVA first three of Telemann’s 12 Fantasias for Solo Flute. . ii) Revised edition of Telemann Fantasias 1, 2 and 3.

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Introduction English The viola da gamba is a most fanntasias instrument: And what works they are! And he included a sonata for solo viola da gamba, very idiomatically conceived for the instrument and surely a model for these twelve fantasias.

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The same year, he published another set for viola da gamba, in the same format as the flute set, with mostly ascending keys, but starting at C. Having six strings and later seven and tuned in the same way as the lute gives the instrument the ability to express both lyrical melody and harmony with chords, and many composers sought to combine both elements.

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Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. It is remarkable that the solo bass viol, already having such a fangasias repertory without mentioning the chamber music or the consort music finds itself enriched even more with a large body of important and excellent works by a leading composer of the high baroque.


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Please obey the copyright laws of your country. The title page of the publication is in French, and the dedication suggests that Telemann thought of these works as in the French style, and his love of French music was to lead to his fantasuas to Paris a few years later. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4. It was developed from the vihuela, an ancestor also of the guitar, in Spain in the last part of fifteenth century, and came to Italy in with the election of the second of the Borgia popes, Felemann VI.

An extant copy of the publication, conserved in Brussels, has a spurious title page reading Fantasie per il Violino senza Basso Fantasias for Solo Violin.

12 Fantasias for Solo Violin (Telemann)

Inan arrangement for viola solo was published by Euprint. The viol fantasies were dedicated to Pierre Chaunell, a prominent and wealthy Hamburg business man, whose Huguenot family had fled France at the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in Part of his fame came from being his own publisher, and an inventive and enterprising one at that.

Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Another was proposed by scholar Wolfgang Hirschmann—there are four modal groups of three fantasias: Fantasia 8, 1st mouvement m.

Creative Commons Attribution 3. If so, the copyright claim is bogus as simple transposition completely fails to meet the threshold of originality required to qualify as a derivative work fantasas adaptation. Telemann has a reputation—and an oddly negative one—for being almost pathologically prolific. He has, indeed, described the collection as “12 fantasias [ Problems playing this file? In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Naxos Javascript not enabled.

He exploits the character and the possibilities of each key, using more chords in the home keys—G, D, C and so on—and employing a more melodic style in those more remote keys. This page was last edited on 22 Julyat The collection is arranged by te,emannprogressing more or less stepwise from A major to G minor. It is one of Telemann’s collections of music for unaccompanied instruments, the others being twelve fantasias for solo flute and thirty-six for solo harpsichord that were published in Hamburg in —33, as well as a set of twelve fantasias for solo viola fantasiaw gamba that was published in the same city inbut were considered lost until a copy of the print was found in a private collection in by viola da gamba player and musicologist Thomas Fritzsch.


Barenreiter Verlag Telemann’s solo flute fantasias are alone in the Baroque repertoire to include movements seemingly impossible on flute: B major, C minor, F minor and F-sharp major. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.

12 Fantasias for Viol without Bass, TWV 40:26-37 (Telemann, Georg Philipp)

In Telemann had started the first music periodical, Der getreue Music-Meisterwhich appeared every fourteen days, and which contained all sorts of music, not all of it by Telemann. Hence, the edition is public domain in its country of origin or a government publication. Performer Pages Tokinori Yanagita baroque flute. Not only did he write the music, but he personally engraved the plates as well, claiming he could complete nine or ten a day.

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In the s, he became very interested in the possibilities of writing for a solo instrument without any bass. Such editions are also public domain in Canada because they fail to meet the minimum ‘threshold of originality’ to qualify for copyright as an ‘adaptation’.

Javascript is required for this feature. Retrieved from ” fantasoas This scheme does not resemble that of the twelve flute fantasies, which progress in a roughly stepwise direction from A major to G minor. Telemann’s violin fantasias exhibit mastery of not only compound melodic lines, but also of idiomatic writing for violin, [4] as Telemann himself was a self-taught violinist.