Birds in Baroque: Stefan Temmingh & Dorothee Mields with The Gentleman’s Band“Birds in Baroque” is from acclaimed recorder player Stefan Temmingh with soprano Dorothee Mields and their baroque ensemble The Gentleman’s Band. Baroque music inspired by birdsong - soprano Dorothee Mields and recorder player Stefan Temmingh present a selection of magnificent and virtuoso works which not only imitate bird calls but very often also refer to the theme of love: from the nightingale to the goldfinch and from the cuckoo to hens, doves and various other birds.
Birds in Baroque: Stefan Temmingh & Dorothee Mields with The Gentleman’s Band
Jean-Philippe Rameau | La Poule From “Nouvelles Suites De Pieces De Clavecin, 5E Suite”
Georg Friedrich Handel | Augelletti, Che Cantate From “Rinaldo” HWV 7
Anonymous | This Merry Pleasant Spring
Pietro Torri | Son Rosignolo From “Ismene”
Giuseppe Fedeli | Warbling The Birds Enjoying From “The Temple Of Love”
Thomas Augustine Arne | The Cuckoo From “As You Like It”
Alessandro Poglietti | Imitation Del Medesimo Uccello From “Rossignolo”
Antonio Vialdi | Il Gardellino RV 428
Anonymous | The Three Ravens From “Melismata”
Michel Pignolet De Montecclair | Les Tourterelles
From “Concerts Pour La Fl û te TraversiÈRe Avec La Basse ChifrÉE, 1ER Concert”
Reinhard Keiser | Du Angenehme Nachtigall From “Ulysses”
Fran Çois Couperin | Le GazoÜIllement From “2E Livre De PiÈCes De Clavecin”
Mr. Quignard | Printemps From “9E Recueil D’Airs SÉRieux Et À Boire”
Louis-Claude Daquin | Le Coucou – Rondeau
From “1ER Livre De PiÈCes De Clavecin, 3E Suite”
Georg Friedrich Handel | Sweet Bird From “L’Allergo, Il Penseroso Ed Il Moderato” HWV 55
John Bartlet | Sweet Birds Deprive Us Never From “A Book Of Ayres”
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