προϊόντα στο καλάθι
• Kleine KammerMusik, consisting of VI Partias, intended for the violin / transverse flute as well as for the keyboard but in particular for the oboe, which for [their] simplicity and being singable can be used for beginners’ exercise, but they can also be approached by the Virtuoso. They have been completed by Georg Philipp Telemann Capellmeister in Frankfurt am Main.”. Thus wrote Telemann on the title page of his Kleine Kammer Musik. Andrea Coen gratefully accepted Telemann’s suggestion to play them on the harpsichord, in accordance with the performance practice of the time. It was common to realize unwritten harmonies, even more so if in the presence of a very detailed figured bass line, like in this case.
• Played on a harpsichord by Giulio Fratini, 2015, after the original double manual instrument by Michael Mietke, Castle of Charlottenburg, by Andrea Coen, one of the foremost keyboard players of Italy, who already successfully recorded for Brilliant Classics works by Giustini, Telemann, C.P.E. Bach, Scarlatti and others.