George Philipp Telemann: Trio Sonata In D Minor TWV 42: D7 By The Contre-Sujets
Four movements of varying themes
In the height of the Baroque era, Georg Philipp Telemann was as famous as Handel and Bach. Remarkably, he was a completely self-taught musician, which attracted much criticism from the musical elites and fellow composers. While he is less well-known today, his work certainly ought to be praised for the compositional originality and use of form, which you can experience here today.