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3 thoughts on “ Telemann* - The Academy Of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Neville Marriner* - Don Quijote Suite / Concert

  1. Sir Neville Marriner and his Academy of St. Martin in the Fields perfectly capture the beauty, sensuality and drama of this immensely attractive music. During the midth century, it was traditional for all operas performed in Paris to have a ballet sequence inserted into one of their acts.
  2. Telemann wrote several freestanding orchestral suites of character pieces, along the lines of what Rameau and Couperin did on the harpsichord, but his Don Quixote suite is actually drawn from an opera, Don Quixote der Löwenritter, inspired by the famous Cervantes novel. The first movement is a not-quite-conventional French overture. Its opening Largo section, complete with the standard dotted.
  3. Apr 13,  · As Neville Marriner hits 90, he talks to Stuart Jeffries about setting up the Academy of St Martin in the Fields orchestra, never saying no – and the teacher who had him beaten for over Author: Stuart Jeffries.

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