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RE 0126

Ciaccona: Works for harpsichord

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Guillermo Brachetta



Producer:

Adam Binks

Producer

Engineer:

Adam Binks

Engineer

Record Label
Resonus

Genre:

Harp


Baroque

Total Time - 64:21
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BERNARDO STORACE

1 

Ciaccona

6:36
     
 

JOHANN CASPAR FERDINAND FISCHER

2 

Chaconne

4:47
   
 

JACQUES DUPHLY

1715 - 1789
3 

Chaconne

8:01
     
 

JACQUES CHAMPION DE CHAMBONNIÈRES

1601 - 1672
4 

Chaconne

3:13
   
 

JOHN BLOW

5 

Chacone

3:27
     
 

GEORG BÖHM

6 

Chaconne

3:52
   
 

BERNARD DE BURY

1720 - 1785
7 

Chaconne

7:52
     
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

8 

Ciaconna

12:23
   
 

JOHANN JOSEPH FUX

1600 - 1741
9 

Ciaconna

9:10
     
 

LOUIS COUPERIN

10 

Chaconne ou Passacaille

5:00
     
 Guillermo Brachetta


Amsterdam-based harpsichordist Guillermo Brachetta makes his solo debut recording with a programme of ciacconas and chaconnes that chart the extraordinary diversity and the development of this musical form. 

Beginning with works from such composers as Jacques Champion de Chambonnieres and Louis Couperin, Guillermo takes the listener on a journey through to the substantial offerings by Jacques Duphly and Johann Sebastian Bach. 

Accompanied by an essay from musicologist Nigel Simeone, Guillermo performs this selection on two instruments by instrument builder Titus Crijnen - copies of instruments by G.B. Giusti (1681) and H. Ruckers (1624) with grand ravalement (1680).

"...his [Brachetta] playing is fluent, his characterisations lively and idiomatic, and his use of two different instruments, one bright and light, the other with a smokier timbre, helps give definition to the several works. He is most at home in the French works, and the disc’s final track, by Louis Couperin, is a highlight..."

Phillip Kennicott - Gramophone magazine - May 2014


                                     Instrumental Choice 

                     Performance *****          Recording *****

"...Instinctively idiomatic, he [Brachetta] is compelling throughout ... An auspicious debut - judging by Fantasticus’s past form, though, that is to be expected."

Paul Riley - BBC Music magazine - May 2014


"... Brachetta, a native of Argentina but trained principally in The Netherlands, complements his captivating programme with unfailingly vigorous and technically assured playing, surmounting every difficulty with apparent ease and conveying a wealth of fine details of articulation and phrasing. An important feature of his performances is his finely judged tempos, which tend to be slower than commonly heard on disc... A single theme recitl as satisfying as this deserves a sequel, so let us hope Brachetta will next record a programme devoted to the passacaglia. After that, the way will be open to a recital of La Follia variations."

Christopher Price - International Record Review - February 2014




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