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Wydawnictwo: Oehms Classics
Nr katalogowy: OC 1854
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: maj 2017
EAN: 4260330918543
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, altówka
Rodzaj: fuga

Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge - Adaptation for String Quintet

Oehms Classics - OC 1854
Ensemble „L’Arte della Fuga“
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Pizzicato 5
Die Kunst Der Fuge Bwv 1080:
Kontrapunkt 1
Kontrapunkt 2
Kontrapunkt 3
Kontrapunkt 4
Kontrapunkt 5
Kontrapunkt 6
Kontrapunkt 7
Kontrapunkt 8 mit 3 Variationen
Kontrapunkt 9
Kontrapunkt 10
Kontrapunkt 11
Kontrapunkt 12 rectus
Kontrapunkt 12 inversus
Kontrapunkt 13 mit 3 Variationen rectus
Kontrapunkt 13 mit 3 Variationen inversus
Fuge mit 4 Variationen rectus
Fuge mit 4 Variationen inversus
Canon all'Ottava (Canon in Hypodiapason)
Canon alla Decima, Contrapunto alla Terza
Canon alla Duodecima in Contrapunto alla Quinta
Canon in Hypodiateßeron al roversio e par augmentationem
Canon per Augmentationem in Contrario Motu
Hans-Eberhard Dentler, a graduate medical physician but also an out-standing cellist and pupil of the renowned Pierre Fournier and founder of a Bach Society in Italy, has occupied himself with this opus over the course of many years. Because he finally wanted to realise Bach's score in a manner true to its spirit and sound, he found a concept for his ensemble "L‘Arte della Fuga" that unifies its more profound scholarly background with practi-cal musical and artistic aspects. The puzzle of this work can only be solved when one grasps its rootedness in the sphere of Pythagorean musical thin-king. Dentler's edition, scored for violin, viola, violoncello, double bass and bassoon in an utterly well thought-out arrangement of movements will soon be published by Schott Verlag in Mainz. It is sonically realised here on on a double CD as well as an extensive triple LP set.

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