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Handel: Concerti Grossi Op 3 & 6 / Neville Marriner, et al

Audio Samples

>Handel, George Frideric : Concerti Grossi (12), Op. 6, HWV 319-330
>Handel, George Frideric : Concerti Grossi (6), Op.3, HWV 312-17

Album Summary

>Handel, George Frideric : Concerti Grossi (12), Op. 6, HWV 319-330
>Handel, George Frideric : Concerti Grossi (6), Op.3, HWV 312-17
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

Handel's two sets of concertos are one of the pinnacles of the Baroque concerto grosso, displaying a wealth of musical invention and enormous variety of instrumental sonorities. These concertos are core repertory for the Academy of St Martin in the Fields and Neville Marriner and these pioneering recordings make a welcome return to the catalogue in newly remastered transfers.

Penguin Guide
"[On Op. 3] Marriner's [Argo] set remains fully competitive for musical scholarship and, what is even more to the point, for musical expressiveness and spontaneity ... the Academy was in peak form when this recording was made and the sound is very well balanced and vivid.



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>Handel, George Frideric : Concerti Grossi (12), Op. 6, HWV 319-330
  • Performers: Andrew Davis [Conductor/Organ] (Organ); Sir Marriner (Violin); Alan Loveday (Violin); Thurston Dart (Harpsichord); Iona Brown (Violin); Andrew McGee (Violin); Kenneth Heath (Cello); Trevor Connah (Violin); Malcolm Latchem (Violin); Hugh Maguire (Violin); Raymond Keenlyside (Violin)
  • Conductor: Sir Marriner
  • Ensemble: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
  • Running Time: 11 min. 54 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Form: Orchestral
  • Written: 1739

>Handel, George Frideric : Concerti Grossi (6), Op.3, HWV 312-17
  • Performers: George Malcolm (Harpsichord); Andrew Davis [Conductor/Organ] (Organ); George Malcolm (Organ); Stanislav Heller (Cello)
  • Conductor: Sir Marriner
  • Ensemble: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
  • Running Time: 9 min. 25 sec.
  • Period Time: Baroque
  • Form: Orchestral
  • Written: circa 1710-1718