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 Offer,Silk Baroque

Wu Wei (sheng)

Holland Baroque

Great arrangements that introduce the Chinese sheng to the likes of Telemann and Rameau. In some parts reflective, in others feisty and even folky, it’s inventive and rarely dull. More…
  • Gramophone Magazine
    October 2019
    Editor's Choice

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Contents

Steenbrink: What about some bells (after Telemann)

7:43
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Rameau: Tristes apprêts (from Castor et Pollux)

6:33
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Steenbrink: Polonois Chinois (after Melante)

2:52
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Steenbrink: Pferderennen

1:52
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Vivaldi: Trio Sonata, Op. 1 No. 12 for Two Violins & Continuo in D minor, RV 63 'La Follia'

9:17
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Steenbrink: Prelude for Prelude (after Rameau)

2:02
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Steenbrink: Chaos for Wu Wei (after Rebel)

3:19
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Wu Wei: Improvisation - for my father

5:05
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Steenbrink: Harlequinade (After G.P. Telemann)

0:59
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Telemann: Sey Tausenmahl Wilkommen

3:07
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I. Sinfonia (Arr. J. Steenbrink & T. Steenbrink for Sheng & Chamber Ensemble)

3:07
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Steenbrink: Silk Rondeau (for Maite)

3:10
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Leclair, J-M: Gavotte

3:53
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III. Gavotte (Arr. J. Steenbrink & T. Steenbrink for Sheng & Chamber Ensemble)

3:53
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Steenbrink: Dancing Song of the Yao Tribe

10:10
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Bach, J S: Sonata for solo violin No. 2 in A minor, BWV1003: Andante sostenuto

5:24
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Steenbrink: Abendmusik

3:03
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