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BACH, J.S.: Clavierubung, Part II - Italian Concerto / Overture (Partita) in the French Style (Weimann)

BACH, J.S.: Clavierubung, Part II - Italian Concerto / Overture (Partita) in the French Style (Weimann)

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release date: January 2012


Artists:

Alexander Weimann

Soloist

Record Label
Atma Classiqe

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 47:29
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BACH, J.S.: Clavierubung, Part II - Italian Concerto / Overture (Partita) in the French Style (Weimann)

     
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

     
 

Concerto in the Italian Style in F major, BWV 971, "Italian Concerto"

 
1 I. (Allegro) 3:47
2 II. Andante 5:46
3 III. Presto 3:33
     
 

Overture (Partita) in the French Style in B minor, BWV 831

 
4 I. Overture 12:59
5 II. Courante 2:22
6 III. Gavotte I - IV. Gavotte II 3:46
7 V. Passepied I - VI. Passepied II 3:02
8 VII. Sarabande 4:29
9 VIII. Bouree I - IX. Bouree II 2:36
10 X. Gigue 2:13
11 XI. Echo 2:56
     
 Alexander Weimann Soloist


Harpsichordist Alexander Weimann returns with a new recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Clavierübung II. This album includes the French Overture, BWV 831, and well-known Italian Concerto for solo harpsichord, BWV 971. These works demonstrate the two most prominent and modern national styles of the time. For Weimann, Bach “astonishes with a convincing combination of complete naturalness and state-of-the-art idiom.”

"Weimann’s approach is of great concentration, with a detailed care which takes precedence over the desire to seduce. Note the beauty of the harpsichord by Yves Beaupré..."

Christophe Huss - Le Devoir - 30 October 2009


"Performance-wise and interpretively, I very much like Weimann’s approach, which is distinguished by crisp, clean articulation, alert phrasing, clear voicing, and rhytmic buoyancy that does not depend on extremes of tempo to make its point...Recommended."

Jerry Dubins - Fanfare - March 2010




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