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BACH, W.F.: Keyboard Works, Vol. 5 - Keyboard Sonatas, Fk. 6a, 7, 8, 200, 201 and 204 (J. Brown)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2014


Julia Brown



AGR Performing Arts Center, Eugene, Oregon, USA


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Total Time - 66:45
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BACH, W.F.: Keyboard Works, Vol. 5 - Keyboard Sonatas, Fk. 6a, 7, 8, 200, 201 and 204 (J. Brown)

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Keyboard Sonata in G Major, Fk. 7

1 I. Andantino - Allegro di molto - Andantino - Allegro di molto 03:56
2 II. Lamento 04:46
3 III. Presto 02:27

Keyboard Sonata in E Minor, Fk. 204

4 I. Allegro ma non tanto 04:46
5 II. Siciliano 02:32
6 III. Vivace 02:11

Keyboard Sonata in C Major, Fk. 200

7 I. Allegro 03:27
8 II. Andante 02:30
9 III. Presto 02:06

Keyboard Sonata in F Major, Fk. 6a

10 I. Un poco allegro 04:29
11 II. Minuetto - Trio 02:46
12 III. Presto 03:44

Keyboard Sonata in A Major, Fk. 8

13 I. Allegro 07:01
14 II. Largo con tenerezza 04:42
15 III. Allegro assai 05:10

Keyboard Sonata in E-Flat Major, Fk. 201

16 I. Allegro 04:06
17 II. Andante 01:51
18 III. Vivace 04:15
 Julia Brown Soloist

Johann Sebastian Bach’s second child, Wilhelm Friedemann, composed at a time of changing tastes as the baroque period moved into the classical. His innovative sonatas are characterised by harmonic boldness, romantic expressiveness and virtuosity. The Sonata in G major in particular reveals his commanding imagination in its contrasts, improvisatory character, and highly refined language. Julia Brown has been dubbed a ‘strong and sensitive interpreter of this intricate music’ (American Record Guide, Volume 4, Naxos 8.573027).

"...Julia Brown once again proves a very reliable interpreter, sensitive to the various styles and influences on Wilhelm Friedermann’s music while doing more than justice to its often virtuosic demands. She and Naxos are doing sterling service in making of the composer’s keyboard music easily available."

Noel O’Regan - Early Music Review - October 2014

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