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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Seria: CPE Bach / Piano Concertos
Nr katalogowy: H 98653
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2012
EAN: 4010276025474
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: koncert

Bach: Piano Concertos Wq. 14, 17, 43/4 (Volume 2)

Haenssler - H 98653
Morten Schuldt-Jensen, piano
Leipziger Kammerorchester / Michael Rische
Nagrody i rekomendacje
ICMA Award Nomination klassik heute 10 Pizzicato 5
Concerto D Minor Wq 17
Concerto C Minor Wq 43/4
Concerto E Major Wq 14
For his second installment of his continuing exploration of the "piano" concertos of C.P.E. Bach, Michael Rische has selected a trio of works that amply display the "Hamburg Bach's" genius. The Concerto in E Major Wq.14 is a carefree, almost exuberant work with virtuosic fire, while the slow movement in E Minor is a prime example of Bach's Empfindsamer Stil (literally sensitive style).

The Concerto in C Minor, Wq. 43/4 is one of a group of seven concertos composed by Bach in which the soloist has the option to play with or without orchestra: This is the first time the solo version has ever been recorded! The work is further distinguished by its unusual four-movement structure, anticipating later developments by Liszt and Brahms by more than a century! For those listeners who have not yet understood what a great innovator C.P.E. Bach was, this is the place to begin!

The Concerto in D Minor Wq.17 has previously only been available on recordings with harpsichord. It's Sturm und Drang all the way; a bit like the D Minor Concerto Wq.23 on the first CD, but the quirky rhythms and driving, forward momentum could have only been composed by C.P.E. Bach, while the wonderful, serenade-like slow movement might have come from the pen of a young Mozart.

Zobacz także:

  • BIS 2331
  • LH 17
  • BIS 2263
  • CDA 68211
  • CHAN 20030
  • ONYX 4201
  • SWR 19064
  • BMCCD 261
  • CRC 3585
  • SWR 19504