Concerto à 4 violini, “Allegro” (TWV40:201) – Georg Philipp Telemann

I thought a quick fugue would be a good way to introduce myself to the logistics of this sort of thing. Also, the notion of playing a concerto with oneself just makes me chuckle. This is one of four by Telemann for 4 violins. And there’s no shortage of great duets by Telemann either; I particularly like his 18 Canons Mélodieux and, of course, the Gulliver Suite (so fanciful). So be prepared for more of this!

– The Fouts Four: Andrew Fouts, Andy Fouts, Drew Fouts, & Anders Pfautz


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