Martin Pearlman

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Martin Pearlman (born May 21, 1945, Chicago) is an American conductor, harpsichordist, composer, and early music specialist. He founded the first permanent Baroque orchestra in North America with Boston Baroque (originally called Banchetto Musicale) in 1973–74. Many of its original players went on to play in or direct other ensembles in what became a growing field in the American music scene. He later founded the chorus of that ensemble and has been the music director of Boston Baroque from its inception up to the present day.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1992 Solemn Vespers of the Confessor, K. 339 / Mass in C, K. 317 Mozart; Banchetto Musicale, Martin Pearlman 1
1992 Concerti Grossi, op. 6, nos. 1-6 Handel; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman 1
1992 Messiah Georg Friedrich Händel; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman, Karen Clift, Catherine Robbin, Bruce Fowler, Victor Ledbetter 2
1993 Brandenburg Concertos nos. 4, 5 & 6 Bach; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman 1
1994 Brandenburg Concertos nos. 1, 2, & 3 Johann Sebastian Bach; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman 1
1996 Dido and Aeneas and Music for Plays & Masques Henry Purcell; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman 1
1997 Vespers of 1610 Claudio Monteverdi; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman 1
2004 The Complete Orchestral Suites J. S. Bach; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman 1
2009 The Four Seasons Vivaldi, Geminiani; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman, Christina Day Martinson 2

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1999 Der Stein der Weisen: oder Die Zauberinsel Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Johann Baptist Henneberg, Benedikt Schack, Franz Xaver Gerl, Emanuel Schikaneder; Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman 1

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