|A1||Premiere Suite In E Minor||23:21|
|B1||Concerto No. 1 In G Major||11:44|
|B2||Concerto No. 2 In D Major||12:29|
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Composed By – Georg Philipp Telemann. Ensemble – Quadro Amsterdam. Liner Notes – Ludwig Finscher. Matrix, Runout (Seite/Side 2): K-LP-Ste-021917-I. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Paris Quartets 1-12 (1997) by Georg Philipp Telemann. This album has an average beat per minute of 114 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/140 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Paris Quartets 1-12. 1. Quadri (Hamburg, 1730) No. 1, Concerto Primo: I. Grave - Allegro.
The Paris quartets is a collective designation for two sets of chamber-music compositions, each consisting of six works for flute, violin, viola da gamba (or cello), and continuo, by Georg Philipp Telemann, first published in 1730 and 1738, respectively. Telemann called his two collections Quadri and Nouveaux Quatuors
The quadri or quartets of Georg Philipp Telemann were among the first works to use that name and have sometimes been proposed as ancestors of the string quartet. They may or may not be that, but they're among Telemann's most progressive works, exploiting instrumental contrasts and pairing them with harmonic experiments. Sample the Quadro in E major for two transverse flutes and two cellos, TWV 43:E1, which could almost be early Haydn.
Georg Philipp Telemann. The Parisian Quartets: Volume 1. 1966, Vinyl (LP, Stereo). Alan Curtis, Jordi Savall, Pere Ros, Lucy van Dael, Georg Philipp Telemann, Hans-Martin Linde. Telemann 'Paris' Quartets Nos 7-9. 1978, Vinyl (LP, Stereo). NM. Quick Add. Elza van der Ven-Ulsamer, Edward H. Tarr, Walter Stiftner, Georg Philipp Telemann, Sebastian Kelber, Alfred Sous, Hans-Martin Linde, Josef Ulsamer.
Nouveaux Quatuors, (Parisian Quartets 7-12). 5 part-books Broude Brothers Limited. By Georg Philipp Telemann. Performers' Facsimiles series. Published by Broude Brothers. 12th Paris Quartet E minor TWV 43:e4 Amadeus Verlag. By Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). For flute, violin, viola da gamba (cello) and basso continuo. Volume I. For Flute, Violin, Viola da gamba/ Violoncello, Basso continuo.