PLACIDUS VON CAMERLOHER (1718-1782): Symphonies in C, Op. 3/11, in F “L’Amitie” and in B “La Tempesta dell Mare”, Concertino No. 1 in C Minor for 2 Violins, Cello and Double Bass, Sonata in D Minor for 2 Violins, Cello, Lute and Double Bass, Op. 2/2, Allegro in F and Andante in B for Solo Gallichone, Arias for Bass and Orchestra in G “Ut aquis plantulae” and in B “Argue, argue!”.
Catalogue Number: 02R015
Description: Anyone remember running across a Musica Bavarica LP 30 or 40 years ago and discovering an obscure local composer from some smallish town in Bavaria? Here’s a composer from Freising (then a stand-alone town, now a part of greater Munich) who would have appeared on just such an LP. Forward-looking, galant-oriented, Camerloher fits in with the Stamitz boys and the Mannheim school but here he also provides two short solos for an obsolete German bass lute. Latin-English texts. Matthias Winckhler (bass), Neue Freisinger Hofmusik; Sabina Lehrmann.