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Richter Chamber Sonatas Recorded for Naxos

August 24, 2010

Between 26–29 October 2009 in the Karjaa Church, Finland, Pauliina Fred (flauto traverso), Aapo Häkkinen (harpsichord) and Heidi Peltoniemi (cello) recorded Franz Xaver Richter’s Sonate da camera IV, V & VI for future releases on Naxos 8.572030.

from left–right: Pauliina Fred, Aapo Häkkinen and Heidi Peltoniemi

Here are some photos and a video taken from the recording sessions.

Karjaa Church, Finland

Naxos has previously released recordings of Richter’s Grandes Symphonies (1744) Nos. 1–6 (Set 1) (Helsinki Baroque, Hakkinen) on 8.557818—‘Under Aapo Hakkinen, the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra demonstrates that it is the equal of the finest European period-instrument bands.’ (3 STARS, The Sunday Times)—and Grandes Symphonies (1744), Nos. 7–12 (Set 2) (Helsinki Baroque, Hakkinen) on 8.570597—‘if you enjoyed the previous release in this series (Naxos 8.557818), you’ll certainly want to buy its continuation as well. If you haven’t tried either, but like music that stands on the cusp between the Baroque and early Classical periods, drawing in unpredictable fashion from both, look no further.’ (Fanfare).


Franz Xaver Richter Biography & Discography


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