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Generalbaßlieder Aus Den Singe-, Spiele-, Und Generalbaßübungen (1733-1734). A1. 1. Neues (Text: . A2. 2. Geld (Text: . A3. 3. Zufriedenheit (Text: .

Telemann: Generalbaßlieder. 34. Greiser Trinker, song for voice & continuo (Generalbasslieder No. 46), TWV 25:83. CD - Berlin Classics.

Georg Philipp Telemann (24 March 1681 – 25 June 1767) (German pronunciation: ) was a German Baroque composer and t. Almost completely self-taught in music, he became a composer against his family's wishes. After studying in Magdeburg, Zellerfeld, and Hildesheim, Telemann entered the University of Leipzig to study law, but eventually settled on a career in music

Georg Philipp Telemann (March 14 1681 - † 25 June 1767) was a German Baroque composer  . The works were written for performance in German churches in the days before Easter.

Urtext der Telemann-Ausgabe. By Georg Philipp Telemann. Composed by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). Arranged by Werner Kammerling (Gi. Cont. Tafelmusik 1733 II/4 Flute, Oboe, Piano (trio) Breitkopf & Härtel. For flute, oboe, basso continuo.

Peter Schreier is married and has lived in Dresden since 1945, in the district of Loschwitz on the right bank of the river Elbe. Particularly in his later years, Schreier would not be considered to have the most beautiful of tenor voices. Georg Philipp Telemann" Prize. European Church Music Prize. Title of Kammersänger (a title conferred to singers of outstanding merit) by the governments of the GDR, Bavaria and Austria.

Georg Philipp Telemann (Composer). Born: March 14, 1681 - Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Died: June 25, 1767 - Hamburg, Germany. The German composer, Georg Philipp Telemann, belonged to a family that had long been connected with the Lutheran Church. Telemann remained in Hamburg until his death in 1767, being succeeded in that position by his godson, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, son of Johann Sebastian. Though it is with Hamburg that we customarily associate his name, Telemann traveled widely, making many trips to Berlin where he was exposed to strains of Polish music imported from the East, and to Paris in 1737 where he absorbed much of the French idiom then current.

7. Con in C, TWV 51: G9: IV. Presto - Wolfram Christ. 8. Con in D, TWV 52: D4: I. Allegro - Rainer Kussmaul/Bernhard Forck/Stefan Dohr/Georg Schreckenberger. 9. Con in D, TWV 52: D4: II. Adagio - Rainer Kussmaul/Bernhard Forck/Stefan Dohr/Georg Schreckenberger.

Georg Philipp Telemann. Previous (Georg Ohm). Georg Philipp Telemann (March 14, 1681 – June 25, 1767) was a German Baroque composer, born in Magdeburg. Self-taught in music, he studied law at the University of Leipzig. The most prolific composer in history, he was a contemporary of Johann Sebastian Bach and a lifelong friend of George Frideric Handel. Tafelmusik (1733) refers to music meant to accompany a meal). Der getreue Musikmeister (1728), a musical journal containing 70 small vocal and instrumental compositions. 6 Paris Quartets, each of which has five to six instruments. Georg Philipp Telemann. New York: Oxford University Press, 1974. Telemann, Georg Philipp and C. Herrmann. Six Canonic Sontats: For Two Flutes. New York: International Music C. 1956.

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Generalbaßlieder Aus Den »Singe-, Spiel-, Und Generalbaßübungen 1733/34«
A1 1. Neues
A2 2. Geld
A3 3. Zufriedenheit
A4 4. Seltenes Glück
Text By – Michael Richey
A5 5. Splitter-Richter
A6 6. Wechsel
Text By – Daniel Stoppe
A7 7. Über Das Niedersächsische Versapen
Text By – Michael Richey
A8 8. Die Frau
Text By – Barthold Heinrich Brockes
A9 9. Die Vergesserne Philis
Text By – Michael Richey
A10 10. Der Spiegel
Text By – Friedrich von Hagedorn
A11 11. Mutter-Söhne
A12 12. Sein Diener!
Text By – Michael Richey
A13 13. Die Jugend
A14 14. Ohnesorge
A15 15. Alterthum Des Geschlechts
Text By – Christoph Heinrich Amthor
A16 16. Beglückte Niedrigkeit
A17 17. Die Einsamkeit
B1 18. Falschheit
Text By – Barthold Heinrich Brockes
B2 19. Geizhals
Text By – Christoph Heinrich Amthor
B3 20. Pastorell
B4 21. Wind
B5 22. Interessirte Heyraht
B6 23. An Den Tadler
Text By – Christoph Heinrich Amthor
B7 24. Sommer-Lust
Text By – Barthold Heinrich Brockes
B8 25. Glück
Text By – Daniel Stoppe
B9 26. Mäßigkeit
B10 27. Geputzte Frau
Text By – Friedrich Rudolph Ludwig von Canitz
B11 28. Beherzter Freyer
B12 29. Toback
Text By – Daniel Stoppe
B13 30. Freundschaft
B14 31. Eine Durstige
Text By – Christoph Heinrich Amthor
B15 32. Heuchler
Text By – Albrecht von Haller
B16 33. Großthuer
B17 34. Greiser Trinker
B18 35. Verläumder
B19 36. Jeder Sein Eigner Richter
Text By – Daniel Stoppe

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – VEB Gotha-Druck
  • Manufactured By – VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin

Credits

  • Composed By – Georg Philipp Telemann
  • Cover – Franz Hals
  • Harpsichord – Robert Köbler
  • Layout – Baer
  • Liner Notes – Hans-Gerald Otto
  • Tenor Vocals – Peter Schreier
  • Viol [Gambe] – Werner Jaroslawski

Notes

The sleeve notes and all the sung-texts at the back cover are in German only.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Manufacturing Date Code): Ag 511 / 01 / 68

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8 20 744 Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski - Generalbaßlieder (1733-34) ‎(LP, Mono) ETERNA 8 20 744 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1967
SXL 21170-B Telemann* - Peter Schreier Telemann* - Peter Schreier - Lieder Aus Den »Singe-Spiel-Und Generalbaßübungen 1733-34« ‎(LP, Album) Decca SXL 21170-B Germany Unknown
8 25 744 Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski Georg Philipp Telemann - Peter Schreier, Robert Köbler, Werner Jaroslawski - Generalbaßlieder (1733-34) ‎(LP) ETERNA 8 25 744 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1968