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Bach: Clavier Übung II

Bach: Clavier Übung II

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File

Artists:

Benjamin Alard

Performer

Record Label
Alpha

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 49:01
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Bach: Clavier Übung II

     
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

     
 

Concerto nach Italiaenischen Gusto in F-Dur, BWV 971

 
1 I. 4:29
2 II. Andante 4:23
3 III. Presto 4:07
     
 

Ouverture nach Französischer Art in H-Moll, BWV 831

 
4 I. Ouverture 13:14
5 II. Courante 2:26
6 III. Gavotte I & II 4:17
7 IV. Passepieds I & II 3:19
8 V. Sarabande 3:51
9 VI. Bourrées I & II 3:28
10 VII. Gigue 1:49
11 VIII. Echo 3:38
     
 Benjamin Alard Performer


It had been almost four year since Johann Sebastian Bach, the famous music director of Leipzig, hadn’t had a new work published. In 1731, it had been the Sixth Partita, which had put an end to a collection published year after year and published this time in one complete edition, under the title Clavier Übung, opus I.

Clavier Übung, meaning keyboard practice or Keyboard Book as it was commonly referred to. A second part to the Clavier Übung is announced, a second Keyboard Book. It’s title is in fact very explicit: Second part of the Clavier Übung, comprising a Concerto after the Italian Taste and an Overture after the French Manner for harpsichord with two manuals. Composed for music lovers, to refresh their spirits, by Johann Sebastian Bach, and for our greatest pleasure at the virtuoso hands of Benjamin Alard.

"A master stroke " (L’Express, about the first volume).

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