Notes & Reviews:
Of all the composers who witnessed the widespread blossoming of the arts in the middle of the 18th century, it was Georg Philipp Telemann who responded the most enthusiastically to each new phase of musical development. In his last works in particular he expressed the deeper sentiment of his musical personality and encapsulated the ideals of the Age of Enlightenment. His large-scale cantata 'Ino' was probably composed for performance in a new heated concert hall in Hamburg. Telemann greatly admired the achievements of a new generation of talented German writers and poets, and the author of the cantata text, Carl Wilhelm Ramler had attracted his attention several years earlier.
”If you don’t have these works in your collection (and this is the only recording of Ino), this is the disc to get, but even if you do, I can’t imagine that Goebel’s interpretations wouldn’t inspire or delight you.”-Fanfare
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