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Johann Sebastian Bach: 6 Sonatas for harpsichord and violin BWV 1014-1019 [2CD]


  • Code: CC72560
  • Producteur: Challenge Classics
  • Code du producteur: 0608917256024
  • Prix: 88,99 zł
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Muzyka Barokowa
premiera polska:
2012-10-11,
Wydawnicto Audiofilskie

kontynent: Europa
opakowanie: plastikowe etui
opis:

multikulti.com:
Ton Koopman powraca raz jeszcze do muzyki Jana Sebastiana Bacha - tym razem jednak nie do dużych form lipskiego kantora, ale do Sonat na klawesyn i skrzypce. Wraz ze znakomita angielską skrzypaczką Catherine Manson (w przeszłości współpracowniczką Stevena Isserlisa, Trevora Pinnocka, Leslie Howarda, Annera Bylsmy czy Michaela Chancea), specjalizującą się w muzyce kameralnej, nagrali jedną z najciekawszych interpretacji stanowiących zamknięty cykl bachowskich sonat. Najciekawszą - bowiem bardzo konsekwentnie podążyli za wypracowaną w tych kompozycjach przez Jana Sebastiana Bacha całkowitą równorzędnością obu instrumentów wobec siebie. Dialog między oboma instrumentami jest tu rzeczą nadrzędną, chociaż w niektórych momentach dochodzi do głosu charakterystyczna forma konstrukcji barokowych triów - partie prawej ręki klawesynisty zdają się wtedy stanowić partię continuo. Najważniejsza w sonatach Bacha była jednak innowacyjna punktacja, będąca absolutną nowością w chwili ich powstania. Stanowi ona jakby archetyp, na którym oparte są klasyczne sonaty na skrzypce i fortepian Mozarta i Beethovena. Nagranie Koopmana i Manson podkreśla taki właśnie charakter kompozycji Jana Sebastiana Bacha.


Editor's info:
By departing in virtually every respect from the conventional model of the baroque trio sonata, Bach’s six Sonatas for harpsichord and violin let both instruments participate equally in the unfolding of the thematic-motivic material. They establish a genuine dialog between the two performers as well and, thereby, actually pave the way for the classic duo sonata. The dialog between these two top musicians is equel and enchanting and the intimate nature of this recording draws the listener immediately in the music.

Bach’s violin sonatas, more properly called Sonatas for harpsichord and violin, represent a closed set of six works and resemble in this way a number of similar instrumental work groups consisting of half a dozen pieces of the same kind. Take for example the six Sonatas and partitas for unaccompanied violin, the six suites for cello solo, the six English Suites, or the six Brandenburg Concertos—to mention only a few. The concept Bach pursues in these work groups, however, does not aim at a cycle in the sense of a specific sequence in which the pieces are to be performed; it rather follows the principle of systematically exploring the manifold musical possibilities that can be realized in one and the same category of composition. Hence, the single works happen to form a whole, that is, a more or less closed set. If published it would constitute an “opus”, as Bach called the printed edition of his six keyboard partitas of 1731.

The most important feature of Bach’s violin Sonatas consisted in their innovative scoring, an absolute novelty at the time of their origin and in Many Ways the prototype, on which the classical violin-piano sonata of a Mozart and Beethoven would be based. Even though the traditional Elements of the Baroque trio sonata For Two treble instruments and basso continuo can still be found in a number of movements or sections of movements where the violin and the right hand of the harpsichord form a duo structure over a bass fundament, the prevailing texture of the harpsichord part transcends the trio convention. In the six Sonatas BWV 1014-19, the composer Bach single-handedly created a transformation of the genre of violin sonata.

muzycy:
Catherine Manson: violin
Ton Koopman: harpsichord

utwory:

CD 1
1. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 1 in b minor BWV 1014 - Adagio
2. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 1 in b minor BWV 1014 - Allegro
3. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 1 in b minor BWV 1014 - Andante
4. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 1 in b minor BWV 1014 - Allegro
5. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 2 in A major BWV 1015 - dolce
6. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 2 in A major BWV 1015 - Allegro
7. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 2 in A major BWV 1015 - Andante un poco
8. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 2 in A major BWV 1015 - Presto
9. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 3 in E major BWV 1016 - Adagio
10. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 3 in E major BWV 1016 - Allegro
11. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 3 in E major BWV 1016 - Adagio ma non tanto
12. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 3 in E major BWV 1016 - Allegro

CD 2
1. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 4 in c minor BWV 1017 - Largo
2. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 4 in c minor BWV 1017 - Allegro
3. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 4 in c minor BWV 1017 - Adagio
4. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 4 in c minor BWV 1017 - Allegro
5. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 5 in f minor BWV 1018 - [Largo]
6. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 5 in f minor BWV 1018 - Allegro
7. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 5 in f minor BWV 1018 - Adagio
8. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 5 in f minor BWV 1018 - Vivace
9. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 6 in G major BWV 1019 - Allegro
10. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 6 in G major BWV 1019 - Largo
11. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 6 in G major BWV 1019 - Allegro cembalo solo
12. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 6 in G major BWV 1019 - Adagio
13. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Sonata 6 in G major BWV 1019 - Allegro
14. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Appendix: two movements from earlier versions of Sonata 6 - Cantabile, ma un poco Adagio
15. Johann Sebastian Bach ; Appendix: two movements from earlier versions of Sonata 6 - Adagio

total time -
CD 1: 41:08
CD 2: 58:25

wydano: 28th Aug 2012
more info: www.challenge.nl

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