Stefan Temmingh, Recorder

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Munich-based recorder player Stefan Temmingh was born in Cape Town, South Africa. His powerful playing puts him in a class of his own. With his strong sound he effortlessly fills large halls, whether he is appearing with his baroque ensemble or accompanied by an orchestra. His virtuosity, lively stage presence, creative programme ideas and highly original CD recordings cheerfully ignore the perceived boundaries of his instrument and place him firmly among the very best recorder players in the world. Mastering a repertoire from baroque to contemporary works, Stefan Temmingh effortlessly sweeps recorder clichés off the stage and draws more young people into the concert halls than many others. Regularly, Stefan is compared to the legendary Frans Brüggen.

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New CD: Stefan Temmingh, Dorothee Mields & The Gentleman's Band "Inspired by Song" 28. Mar 2014

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Stefan Temmingh & Dorothee Mields
1 of 2 - Stefan Temmingh & Cape Philharmonic premiere H. Hofmeyr's recorder concerto
World premiere of Hendrik Hofmeyr's recorder concerto (2013): 1st movment "Incantato"
Stefan Temmingh (recorder) and members of the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, Cape Town, South Africa, conducted by Hans Huyssen. 7th Cape Town International Summer Music Festival, 17th Feb. 2013 
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Stefan Temmingh (recorder): Vivaldi RV443, Largo
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and the Hofkapelle Muenchen play the Largo from Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto per flautino RV 443 
Interview mit Stefan Temmingh im Renaissancegarten
Interview mit Stefan Temmingh im Renaissancegarten München. 
Fulminant - CD Review "Inspired by Song"
2014-04-17 FONO FORUM, Euskirchen
"...Dass er es mit der artverwandten Nachtigall aufnehmen kann, beweist Temmingh nicht zuletzt im Solostück „Engels Nachtegaeltje" aus Jacob van Eycks Sammlung „Der Fluyten Lust-hof", in welchem sich technische Brillanz mit Stilempfinden und Wärme des Ausdrucks verbinden. Im engen Verein mit den anderen, nicht minder virtuosen Musikern prägt all dies den Charakter dieses Albums, das nicht nur Freunden der Alten Musik Freude machen wird."
(Stephan Schwarz)
REVIEW from 2014-04-17  
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Stefan Temmingh & Dorothee Mields
Interview Stefan Temmingh
Interview with recorder player Stefan Temmingh on the 6th of March 2011 in Munich. 
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Stefan Temmingh - Division on a Ground by G. Finger
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and his ensemble play Division on Ground by G. Finger. 
Stefan Temmingh Greensleeves
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and his ensemble play Greensleeves in a version for recorder and basso continuo. 
Stefan Temmingh plays "Stainless Safari" - LIVE recording
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh performs Helga Pogatschars composition 'Stainless Safari' playing 2 instruments simultaneously accompanied by playback with African animal sounds. Live recording from the stage of BR R&B-Show Munich on the 6th of March 2011. 
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Stefan Temmingh & Dorothee Mields - Inspired by Song
Stefan Temmingh, Dorothee Mields & The Gentleman's Band: "John come kiss me now"
Trailer video for new CD INSPIRED BY SONG with deutsche harmonia mundi / SONY MUSIC
Beautiful vocal and flamboyant instrumental versions of early baroque tunes and English songs, including 4 world premiere recordings. 
2 of 2 - Stefan Temmingh & Cape Philharmonic premiere H. Hofmeyr's recorder concerto
World premiere of Hendrik Hofmeyr's recorder concerto (2013): 2nd movment "Allegro vivace". Stefan Temmingh (recorder) and members of the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, Cape Town, South Africa, conducted by Hans Huyssen. 7th Cape Town International Summer Music Festival, 17th Feb. 2013 
Stefan Temmingh & Wiebke Weidanz play Vivaldi
Stefan Temmingh (recorder) and Wiebke Weidanz (harpsichord) play the Andante from Vivaldi's sonata in E major, RV 806 in Enkirch at the Mosel Music Festival 2013. 
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Stefan Temmingh & Margret Köll
Stefan Temmingh & Dorothee Mields
New CD: "Inspired by Song" with SONY/dhm
Ensemble: The Gentleman's Band
www.inspiredbysong.de 
Stefan Temmingh La Follia
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and his ensemble play La Follia (Faronells Ground). 
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Stefan Temmingh: The Gentleman's Flute - Rinaldo: Overture
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and his ensemble play the most famous Handel arias in 18th century arrangements for recorder and basso continuo. Worldwide release on CD in September 2010 by OehmsClassics (Munich). 
Stefan Temmingh - A. Corelli: Sonata op. 5 no. 10 - Gavotta
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and his ensemble play Gavotta from Arcangelo Corelli's Sonata op. 5 no. 10 in C major (originally in F major) in a version for recorder and baroque ensemble. 
Stefan Temmingh & Wiebke Weidanz play Geminiani
Stefan Temmingh (recorder) and Wiebke Weidanz (harpsichord) play the Chaconne from Francesco Geminiani in Enkirch at the Mosel Music Festival 2013. 
Stefan Temmingh & Axel Wolf
Stefan Temmingh & Wiebke Weidanz play Handel
Stefan Temmingh (recorder) and Wiebke Weidanz (harpsichord) play the Adagio and Presto from Handel's sonata in G minor, HWV 360 in Enkirch at the Mosel Music Festival 2013. 
Stefan Temmingh: Venti turbini (Rinaldo)
Handel arias in 18th century arrangements for recorder and basso continuo: Lascia ch'io pianga from Rinaldo 
Stefan Temmingh (recorder): Vivaldi RV443, Allegro molto
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and the Hofkapelle Muenchen play the Allegro molto from Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto per flautino RV 443 
Stefan Temmingh - Blockflötist - BR-KLASSIK
Eines der nervigsten Instrumente als Tatwaffe und Blockflötist Stefan Temmingh als Verdächtiger: Clemens Nicol hat im Verhör Angst um sein Trommelfell.
Bayerischer Rundfunk: http://www.br.de
Autor: U21 
Stefan Temmingh, Rolf Lislevand & Axel Wolf play "Le rossignol-vainqueur" by F. Couperin
Recorder player Stefan Temmingh and lutenists Rolf Lislevand and Axel Wolf perform "Le rossignol-vainqueur" by Francois Couperin on recorder, baroque guitar and lute at Bachfest Leipzig 2012 in the summer hall of Bach Museum. 
Stefan Temmingh & Dorothee Mields
Stefan Temmingh & Wiebke Weidanz play Telemann
Stefan Temmingh (recorder) and Wiebke Weidanz (harpsichord) play the sonata in F# minor 'Sonate methodiche a Violino solo o Flauto traverso' (Grave, Vivace, Cunando, Vivace) from Georg Philipp Telemann in Enkirch at the Mosel Music Festival 2013. 
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