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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Nr katalogowy: HC 21100
Nośnik: 60 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2021
EAN: 881488211009
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: symfonia, koncert, sonata

CPE Bach: Symphonies, Concertos, Sonatas, Chamber Music

Haenssler - HC 21100
Wykonawcy
Dorothee Mields, soprano
Ludger Rémy, piano
Ana – Marija Markovina, piano
Michael Rische, piano
Dorothea Seel, traverse flute
Les Amis de Philippe
Kammersymphonie Leipzig
Leipziger Kammerorchester / Morten Schuldt-Jensen
Ferenc Erkel Chamber Orchestra
Toronto Camerata
Camerata Salzburg / Sir Roger Norrington
Stuttgarter Kammerorchester / Wolfram Christ, Susanne von Gutzeit
Salzburg Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra / Yoon K. Lee
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Utwory na płycie:
CD 1 - Prussian Sonatas Wq 48
CD 2 - Württemberg Sonatas Wq 49
CD 3 - Sonatas with Varied Reprises (I) Wq 50, Miscellaneous Piano Pieces Wq 112
CD 4 - Sonatas with Varied Reprises (II) Wq 51, Miscellaneous Piano Pieces Wq 112, Short and Easy Piano Pieces Wq 113
CD 5 - Sonatas with Varied Reprises Wq 52, Short and Easy Piano Pieces Wq 114
CD 6 - Six Easy Piano Sonatas Wq 53, Collection of Menuets, Polonaises etc. (I) Wq 116
CD 7 - Six Ladies´ Sonatas Wq 54, Collection of Menuets, Polonaises etc. (II) Wq 116
CD 8 - Six Piano Sonatas for Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts (I) Wq 55, Collection of Solfeggios, Fantasies etc. (II) Wq 117
CD 9 - Piano Sonatas and Rondos for Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts (II) Wq 56, Collection of Solfeggios, Fantasies etc. (III) Wq 117, Piano Pieces with Variations (I) Wq 118
CD 10 - Piano Sonatas and Rondos for Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts (III) Wq 57, Piano Pieces with Variations (III) Wq 118
CD 11 - Piano Sonatas, Fantasies and Rondos for Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts (IV) Wq 58, Piano Pieces with Variations (III) Wq 118
CD 12 - Piano Sonatas, Fantasies and Rondos for Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts (V) Wq 59, Piano Pieces with Variations (IV) Wq 118
CD 13 - Piano Sonatas, Fantasies and Rondos for Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts (VI) Wq 61
CD 14 - Piano Concertos (Versions for Piano solo) (I)
CD 15 - Piano Concertos (Versions for Piano solo) (II), Symphonies for Orchestra (Versions for Piano solo)
CD 16 - Various Piano Sonatas Published in Assorted Collections (I) Wq 62
CD 17 - Various Piano Sonatas Published in Assorted Collections (II) Wq 62
CD 18 - Various Piano Sonatas Published in Assorted Collections (III) Wq 62
CD 19 - 18 Test-Pieces in Six Sonatas Wq 63
CD 20 - Six Sonatinas for the Piano Wq 64, Complete Unpublished Piano Sonatas (I) Wq 65
CD 21 - Complete Unpublished Piano Sonatas (II) Wq 65
CD 22 - Complete Unpublished Piano Sonatas (III) Wq 65
CD 24 - Complete Unpublished Piano Sonatas (IV) Wq 65
CD 24 - Complete Unpublished Piano Sonatas (V) Wq 65
CD 25 - Complete Unpublished Piano Sonatas (VI) Wq 65
CD 26 - Complete Unpublished Piano Sonatas (VII) Wq 65
CD 27-30 - Piano Concertos
CD 31 - Sonatas for Fortepiano, with the accompaniment of a Violin and a Violoncello
CD 32, 33 - Harpsichord Concertos
CD 34 - Harpsichord Concerto & Symphonies
CD 35 - Hamburg Symphonies
CD 36, 37 - Sinfonias
CD 38 - Cello Concertos
CD 39 - Oboe Concertos & Sonata
CD 40 - Flute Concertos & Sonata
CD 41 - Flute Concertos
CD 42 - Sonatas
CD 43, 44 - Flute Sonatas
CD 45 - Viola da Gamba Sonatas
CD 46, 47 - Quartalsmusiken
CD 48 - Hamburgische Festmusiken
CD 49 - Magnificat Wq 215
CD 50 - Organ Works
CD 51 - Chamber Music with Transverse Flute
CD 52 - Sonatas for keyboard and violin
CD 53, 54 - Organ Works
CD 55 - Kantate „Ich bin vergnügt in meinem Stande“, Herrn Professor Gellerts geistliche Oden und Lieder
CD 56 - Herrn Professor Gellerts geistliche Oden und Lieder (cont.)
CD 57 - Quartets & Trio Sonatas
CD 58 - Trio Sonatas for flute, violin & b. c.
CD 59, 60 - Piano Concertos
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was born in Weimar on March 1714, as the second (surviving) son of Johann Sebastian Bach. Once he said: 'In composition and in clavier-playing l have never had any teacher other than my father". CPE received his general education at the famous St Thomas School in Leipzig, where his father had of course assumed the post of Thomaskantor. His first appointment to the court orchestra in Ruppin became a serious proposition only after the prince had ascended the throne as King Frederick II (later "the Great'') in 1740.

The death in 1767 of Telemann, CPE's godfather, left the post of music director in Hamburg vacant. CPE's reputation had long since spread beyond the borders of Brandenburg, allowing him to make a successful application. In March 1768 he assumed his office in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg, a move that marked a great forward step for him, both musically and financially. As musit director of all five of the main churches he had to write an enormous number of cantatas as well as further pieces of sacred music, including passions, oratorios and motets, Thoroughly partial to the pleasures of the flesh, the composer progressively suffered from gout and died of some unspecified "disease of the chest" December 14, 1788.

This extensive CD edition is intended to help listeners become acquainted with and appreciate his pohenomenal music in its entirety. After Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was and remains much more than just someone's son.

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  • SIGCD 657
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  • SIGCD 691
  • DGCD 21132