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JS Bach - Transcriptions for Oboe
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JS Bach - Transcriptions for Oboe
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Oboe oriented baroque chamber music.

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1 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (adagio ma non tanto)
2 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (allegro)
3 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (siciliano)
4 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (allegro assai)
5 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (prelude)
6 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (allemande)
7 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (courante)
8 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (sarabande)
9 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (menuets)
10 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (gigue)
11 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in Eb major for harpsichord BWV 998 (prelude)
12 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in Eb major for harpsichord BWV 998 (fugue)
13 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in Eb major for harpsichord BWV 998 (allegro)
14 Sonata in G minor for oboe and harpsichord after BWV 1029 (allegro)
15 Sonata in G minor for oboe and harpsichord after BWV 1029 (adagio)
16 Sonata in G minor for oboe and harpsichord after BWV 1029 (allegro)
17 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (adagio)
18 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (allegro)
19 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (andante)
20 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (allegro)

Oboe oriented baroque chamber music.

Digital Audio Download Includes:
1 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (adagio ma non tanto)
2 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (allegro)
3 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (siciliano)
4 Sonata in C major for oboe and basso continuo after BWV 1035 (allegro assai)
5 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (prelude)
6 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (allemande)
7 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (courante)
8 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (sarabande)
9 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (menuets)
10 Suite in F major for unaccompanied oboe after BWV 1007 (gigue)
11 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in Eb major for harpsichord BWV 998 (prelude)
12 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in Eb major for harpsichord BWV 998 (fugue)
13 Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in Eb major for harpsichord BWV 998 (allegro)
14 Sonata in G minor for oboe and harpsichord after BWV 1029 (allegro)
15 Sonata in G minor for oboe and harpsichord after BWV 1029 (adagio)
16 Sonata in G minor for oboe and harpsichord after BWV 1029 (allegro)
17 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (adagio)
18 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (allegro)
19 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (andante)
20 Sonata in D major for oboe d'amore and harpsichord after BWV 1028 (allegro)

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  • Gonzalo X. Ruiz is one of America's most acclaimed historical instrument soloists. He is joined by the crack continuo team of cellist Joanna Blendulf and harpsichordist Katherine Shao. The ensemble is named after Francois LaRiche, one of the first great oboists, and a Zelig-like character. He influenced the writing of Purcell, Handel, Telemann, Bach, and Vivaldi, and was a bit of a Johnny Appleseed for the oboe. LaRiche & Co. is committed to reviving and preserving the legacy of the oboe's 18th Century Golden Age. The San Francisco Classical Voice raved about LaRiche's debut: "...a spellbinding program. Though the members of LaRiche shone individually, it was their ensemble playing that made the afternoon truly remarkable".

    Gonzalo Xavier Ruiz has appeared both as principal oboist and concerto soloist with most of the leading period instrument groups in America and has performed widely in the U.S. and Europe under conductors such as Christopher Hogwood, Nicholas McGegan, Jordi Savall, Gustav Leonhardt, Reinhard Goebbel and Mark Minkowski. His playing is featured on numerous recordings of solo, chamber, and orchestral repertoire. Equally accomplished on the modern instrument, he has performed as principal oboist of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic, New Century Chamber Orchestra and the Pacific Chamber Symphony among others. Mr. Ruiz was a prizewinner at the Brugges Early Music Competition in Belgium and for many years has been professor of oboe at the Oberlin Conservatory's Baroque Performance Institute. He has also taught at the Longy School in Cambridge and given master classes at Indiana University. An active chamber musician, he has made numerous reconstructions and arrangements, notably from the works of Bach and Rameau. Twice he's been a featured recitalist at the annual convention of the International Double Reed Society. Mr. Ruiz is an acknowledged expert in historical reedmaking techniques, and over two dozen of his pieces are on permanent display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. With his ensemble American Baroque Mr. Ruiz is also active in the field of contemporary music and was awarded the 2000 ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming. Ruiz also performs with American Baroque.

    Baroque cellist Joanna Blendulf, a native of Sweden, has diverse musical interests, performing in chamber ensembles and orchestras throughout the United States. She received her musical training at the Cleveland Institute of Music and Indiana University, where she studied with Stanley Ritchie, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi and Alan Harris. In 1998, Joanna received the prestigious Performer's Certificate from the Indiana University faculty for her achievements on baroque cello. Spending much of her time in transit, she is currently performing with the Portland Baroque Orchestra, American Bach Soloists, the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, Jubilate Baroque Orchestra, the Nashville Chamber Orchestra and the San Francisco Bach Choir. Joanna is an active chamber musician, touring with Mirable, American Baroque, Bimbetta, Musica Pacifica and The Streicher Trio, all based in the San Francisco Bay Area where she resides. She was named runner-up in the 2000 EMA/Dorian Competition for her recording of the Jean Zewalt Triemer cello sonatas and has recorded on the Dorian and Eclectra labels.

    Katherine Shao, harpsichordist and writer/composer, has performed with many of California' finest classical ensembles, including the New Century Chamber Orchestra, Magnificat, and the San Francisco Symphony. A Master's Degree recipient from the University of Indiana's School of Music, she also works frequently in the contemporary music realm, and has incorporated new music and performance art elements in many of her...

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