Favourites - Telemann And His Subscribers
Format: COMPACT DISC
Debus, Tabea; Tong, Henry; Norz, Claudia; Bowron, Jordan; Foster, Tom; Rees, Jonathan
“Telemann alone has above mere fame been raised.” (J. Mattheson) Georg Philipp Telemann (1681—1767) was known not only for his modernism and inventiveness but also his business sense. Through subscription schemes his music influenced his contemporary subscribers J.S. Bach, Handel and Blavet. This release explores his influence on the musical scene of his era, and all of the eras to come. Described by The Times as a charismatic virtuoso, Tabea Debus is constantly exploring the horizons of music for recorder and has performed widely in Europe, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and the USA. Highlights include concerts at Wigmore Hall, the Resonanzen Festival at the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Schleswig Holstein, Edinburgh International, Brecon Baroque, Musica Antiqua Bolzano, Baroque at the Edge, the London Baroque, Brighton and York Early Music Festivals. She has collaborated with Iestyn Davies, Rachel Podger, Richard Egarr, Lawrence Cummings, the Dunedin Consort, The English Concert in performances of Handel’s Rinaldo and La Serenissima, among many others. She was selected by Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT) in May 2018.