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Bach: Sonate à Cembalo è Viola da Gamba

Bach: Sonate à Cembalo è Viola da Gamba

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 88.2Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Lucile Boulanger

Performer

Arnaud De Pasquale

Performer

Record Label
Alpha

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 69:04
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

     
 

Sonate pour violon et clavecin in E Minor (Transcription pour viole de gambe in D Minor), BWV 1023

 
1 I. (Preludio) 1:32
2 II. Adagio ma non tanto 3:48
3 III. Allemande 4:21
4 IV. Gigue 2:58
     
 

Sonate pour clavecin et viole de gambe in G Major, BWV 1027

 
5 I. Adagio 4:12
6 II. Allegro, ma non tanto 3:52
7 III. Andante 2:38
8 IV. Allegro moderato 3:18
     
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Toccata pour clavecin in C Minor, BWV 911

11:45
     
 

Sonate pour clavecin et viole de gambe in D Major, BWV 1028

 
10 I. Adagio 2:00
11 II. Allegro 4:09
12 III. Andante 4:40
13 IV. Allegro 4:21
     
 

Sonate pour clavecin obligé et viole de gambe in G Minor, BWV 1029

 
14 I. Vivace 5:34
15 II. Adagio 6:03
16 III. Allegro 3:53
     
 Lucile Boulanger Performer
 Arnaud De Pasquale Performer


Imagined as a concert that Bach could have instigated, this album explores the Cantor ‘s art of transcription and reveals the wealth of influences which the Germanic empire was exposed to in the first half of the eighteenth century. Going back and forth between fantasy and counterpoint, between German and Italian styles, Bach makes these forms and styles his own and thus plays with the rich sound pallets of the viola da gamba and the harpsichord. This album is the first recorded by two rising stars whose tremendous energy and complicity has conferred greater depth to this concert.

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