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Baroque Violin

by Aaron Brown

A perfect introduction to violin music of the early baroque from - from the dazzling virtuosity of Biber, Castello and Bach, to the refined elegance of Couperin, subdued beauty of Rosenmuller and full-blooded passion of Corelli.
Genre: Classical: Baroque
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1. Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001: IV. Presto
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2. Sonate concertate in stil moderno: Sonata Secunda
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3. The Rosary Sonatas: X. The Crucifixion
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4. Quatorzieme Concert: I. Gravement
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5. Quatorzieme Concert: II. Allemande
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6. Quatorzieme Concert: III. Sarabande
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7. Quatorzieme Concert: IV. Fugete
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8. Sonate a Tre in D Minor, Op. 3, No. 5: I. Grave
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9. Sonate a Tre in D Minor, Op. 3, No. 5: II. Allegro
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10. Sonate a Tre in D Minor, Op. 3, No. 5: III. Largo
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11. Sonate a Tre in D Minor, Op. 3, No. 5: IV. Allegro
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12. Sonata Secunda a 2 (E Minor)
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Album Notes
Aaron Brown - Baroque Violin
Andrew Fouts - Baroque Violin
Dongsok Shin - Organ
Grant Herreid - Theorbo
Gabe Shuford - Organ, Harpsichord

The Performers:

Aaron Brown studied violin at the Juilliard School, Mannes and Hunter Colleges. He has been a regular performer in the US east coast early music scene for the past 15 years, performing with such groups as the Clarion Music Society, Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity, Early Music New York, Mark Morris Dance Group, The Four Nations Ensemble, Opera Lafayette and the New York Collegium. He has been a member of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra since 2009, touring with such artists as Christina Pluhar, Philippe Jaroussky and Maurice Steger. He is co-founder of the early music group Guido's Ear, presenting programs from the Medieval to the Baroque at venues including the Cambridge Society for Early Music, New York Public Library, Vanderbilt University, City University of New York, Connecticut Early Music Festival and the Strathmore Mansion. He recently released his second solo CD featuring 17th century Italian works, Early Modern. He has appeared at many of the world’s major venues, including Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, the Kennedy Center, BAM, the BOZAR Brussels, Grand Teatre Luxembourg and the Arsenal in Metz and has recorded for Naxos, Lyrichord, ABC Classics, CD Accord, InFocus and EAR records. More can be found at: www.aaronbrownviolin.com

Dongsok Shin has specialized exclusively on early keyboard instruments since the 1980’s. Much in demand as a soloist and continuo player, Mr. Shin, who has been a member of REBEL since 1997, has appeared with ARTEK, Concert Royal, Early Music New York, Carmel Bach Festival, Mark Morris Dance Group, the New York Philharmonic, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. He has recorded for Lyrichord, Newport Classic, Helicon, ATMA Classique, Hänssler Classic, Dorian Recordings and Bridge Records.

Grant Herreid performs frequently with Hesperus, Piffaro, My Lord Chamberland's Consort and the Folger Consort, Ex Umbris, Visceral Reaction and New York City Opera, and this year he will make his debut with Tafelmusik and the Newbury Consort. Grant also conducts classes in Renaissance music and 17th century song at Mannes College of Music in New York, and directs the New York Continuo Collective. He has recorded for Archiv, Dorian, Lyrichord, Musical Heritage Society, Newport Classics and others.

Andrew Fouts performs regularly with American Bach Soloists, Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, and the Napa Valley Symphony and has appeared with Philharmonia Baroque, El Mundo, the National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra, Chatham Baroque, and Ensemble Galilei. In 2008 he won first prize at the Henry I. Goldberg International Young Artists Competition and recently became a full time member of Chatham Baroque.

Gabe Shuford has performed with a diverse array of ensembles including Past Perfect, Bacchanalia, the Ray Anderson Quintet, and recently appeared with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s at Carnegie Hall. He won second prize at the 2007 Irving Jurow International Harpsichord Competition, and was featured on All Songs Considered for his 2004 recording with the ensemble Stolen Shack.

Engineer – Kyle Sanna
Mixing and Mastering – Dave Sinko at the Sound Emporium, Nashville

Recorded at the Church of the Resurrection, East 74th St, NYC

copyright 2008 Aaron Brown - aaron@aaronbrownviolin.com



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