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BACH, C.P.E.: Keyboard 5, Wq. 14, 17 and 43/4 (Rische, Leipzig Chamber Orchestra, Schuldt-Jensen)

BACH, C.P.E.: Keyboard 5, Wq. 14, 17 and 43/4 (Rische, Leipzig Chamber Orchestra, Schuldt-Jensen)

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release date: December 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Leipzig Chamber Orchestra


Schuldt-Jensen, Morten


Morten Schuldt-Jensen

Soloist

Michael Rische

Soloist

Venue:

MDR Studio, Augustusplatz



Record Label
Hanssler

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 56:11
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BACH, C.P.E.: Keyboard 5, Wq. 14, 17 and 43/4 (Rische, Leipzig Chamber Orchestra, Schuldt-Jensen)

     
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CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH

     
 

Keyboard Concerto in D minor, Wq. 17, H. 420

 
1 I. Allegro 7:38
 Morten Schuldt-Jensen Soloist
 Schuldt-Jensen, Morten
2 II. Un poco adagio 7:52
 Morten Schuldt-Jensen Soloist
 Schuldt-Jensen, Morten
3 III. Allegro 6:14
 Michael Rische Soloist
 Schuldt-Jensen, Morten
     
 

Keyboard Concerto in C minor, Wq. 43/4, H. 474 (version for piano solo)

 
4 I. Allegro assai 3:18
 Michael Rische Soloist
5 II. Poco adagio 2:06
 Michael Rische Soloist
6 III. Tempo di minuetto 2:37
 Michael Rische Soloist
7 IV. Allegro assai 4:12
 Michael Rische Soloist
     
 

Keyboard Concerto in E major, Wq. 14, H. 417

 
8 I. Allegro 7:55
 Michael Rische Soloist
 Schuldt-Jensen, Morten
9 II. Poco adagio 8:18
 Michael Rische Soloist
 Schuldt-Jensen, Morten
10 III. Allegro assai 6:01
 Michael Rische Soloist
 Schuldt-Jensen, Morten


CPE Bach’s piano concertos are eloquent testimonies of the musical "Sturm and Drang". Moreover, they are unusual mediators between Baroque and Classic. The CD at hand presents the second part of the concertos in an excellent recording with Michael Rische and the Leipzig Chamber Orchestra. In addition, the solo version of the Concerto in C Minor Wq. 43/4, which is recorded on this album, is a world premiere recording!
 
Bach’s concertos impress with the passion of their themes. Especially the concerto in D Minor Wq. 17 carries the listener with its musical drive. In the first movement, vivacious string cascades alternate with lyrical piano solos. The second movement resembles a relaxed serenade. The third movement is rhythmic and catchy.
 
The Concerto in C Minor Wq. 43/4, which has been recorded in the solo version for the first time, is the first piano concerto in music history that consists of four movements - nearly a hundred years before Liszt und Brahms! Furthermore, Bach left it up to the interpreter whether he wants to play with the accompaniment of an orchestra or solo. The cyclic structure is interesting as well: The last movement repeats the themes of the three preceding movements.
 
In the final Concerto in E Major Wq. 14, Bach once again presses every button. The opening movement shows itself easygoing and happy, the slow movement is sensitive with dolorous chromaticism. The opus concludes with a cheerful and virtuosic allegro. 
"... The strings engage intimately with the piano, as a single violinist might play with a duo partner. The lithe and spontaneous playing of the orchestra is one of the main attractions of this release. Pianist Michael Rische complements the strings’ sound with his superb sense of orchestration... The vibrant orchestral sound and Rische’s exemplary playing make this release a real treasure for lovers of CPE Bach’s music..."
 
Benjamin Katz - American Record Guide - March/April 2013



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