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Wydawnictwo: Accent
Nr katalogowy: ACC 24224
Nośnik: 2 SACD
Data wydania: lipiec 2010
EAN: 4015023242241
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: koncert

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Bach: The Brandenburg Concertos

Accent - ACC 24224
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Today it has become a matter of course to perform the Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos on

period instruments, or so-called “original” or “historical” instruments. The evolution towards this

approach has certainly had a very refreshing and positive effect. However, the renewed tendency

nowadays to hold to (and indeed become mired in) the – otherwise so successfully “rediscovered”

and now mainstream – “authentic” approach to early music can become a pitfall, as many

perceptive observers are coming to realise. In some important performance aspects, Sigiwswald

Kuijken’s new recording clearly differs from many current approaches:

-- The trumpet part of the Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 is not played by "pseudo baroque trumpet"

or horn, but by the “original” Baroque trumpet (that is, without holes).

-- The first two concertos are not considered as concerti grossi, thus a scoring of one player per

part (even for the “tutti” accompanying parts) seems to be more faithful to the composer’s

intentions. This choice unquestionably creates greater transparency in the overall sound.

This one-on-a-part principle has long been accepted for the other concertos.

-- It is becoming increasingly clear (research and practice both point in the same direction!) that

especially in the works of J.S. Bach, the word “violoncello” refers to the “shoulder cello” (violoncello

da spalla) used in the composer’s time and milieu. Since his first use some years ago, the

instrument has slowly been regaining its rightful place in the Baroque practice. Three “violoncelli da

spalla” based on historical examples were played on this recording.

All this makes this recording truly unique, and a new approach for the interested listener.

Zobacz także:

  • CHR 77422
  • AN 29136
  • COR 16157
  • OC 1887
  • CC 72751
  • ACC 24337
  • BRIDG 9486
  • ALN 1964
  • AVI 8553312
  • CRC 3550