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Bach: An Italian Journey / Luca Oberti (harpsichord)
 
15,00 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
7-14 dní
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
A443
 
 
EAN kód:
3760195734438
 
 
Autori:
Johann Sebastian Bach
 
 
Interpreti:
Luca Oberti
 
 
Vydavateľ:
ARCANA
 
 
Zoznam skladieb
Bach, J S: Keyboard Concerto in D major (after Vivaldi), BWV972
7:13

Luca Oberti (harpsichord)
Recorded: 27-28 June 2016
Recording Venue: Luzzana, Bergamo, Italy

I. Allegro
2:12

II. Larghetto
2:37

III. Allegro
2:24

Bach, J S: Fantasia & Fugue in A minor, BWV904
8:47

Luca Oberti (harpsichord)
Recorded: 27-28 June 2016
Recording Venue: Luzzana, Bergamo, Italy

Fantasia
3:31

Fugue
5:16

Bach, J S: Keyboard Concerto in D Minor, BWV 974
11:39

Luca Oberti (harpsichord)
Recorded: 27-28 June 2016
Recording Venue: Luzzana, Bergamo, Italy

I. Andante
3:12

II. Adagio
4:22

III. Presto
4:05

Bach, J S: Capriccio sopra la lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo, BWV992
12:34

Luca Oberti (harpsichord)
Recorded: 27-28 June 2016
Recording Venue: Luzzana, Bergamo, Italy

I. Arioso. Adagio
2:16

II.
1:36

III. Adagiosissimo
3:16

IV.
1:02

V. Aria di postiglione. Allegro poco
1:28

VI. Fugue all'imitazione di posta
2:56

Bach, J S: Aria Variata in A minor, BWV989 ‘alla Maniera Italiana'
18:16

Luca Oberti (harpsichord)
Recorded: 27-28 June 2016
Recording Venue: Luzzana, Bergamo, Italy

Aria
2:22

Var. 1
2:12

Var. 2
1:55

Var. 3
1:54

Var. 4
1:11

Var. 5
1:16

Var. 6
1:56

Var. 7
1:05

Var. 8
1:07

Var. 9
1:10

Var. 10
2:08


Bach, J S: Italian Concerto, BWV971
12:36

Luca Oberti (harpsichord)
Recorded: 27-28 June 2016
Recording Venue: Luzzana, Bergamo, Italy

I. (Allegro)
4:19

II. Andante
3:59

III. Presto
4:18
Popis
After his first solo album of music by Marchand and Clérambault, released in 2015 and nominated for a Preisder Deutschen Schallplattenkritik, the harpsichordist LucaOberti, who hasperformed on the international scene for years alongside such figures as Marc Minkowski and Christophe Rousset, presents a new CD on the theme of Bach’s imaginary journey to Italy. Schütz, Froberger, Muffat, Handel, Hasse, Mozart and Wagner are merely the most famous of the many musicianswho crossed the Alpsto immerse themselvesin the world of Italianmusic and grasp itsatmospheres and its secrets. Yet the composer who most fully assimilated the Italian style was Johann Sebastian Bach, who never even set foot in Italy. Hisjourneywasa virtual one: the scoresof the Italianmasters, which he avidly studied and absorbed from childhood onwards, guided him on an ideal itinerary from Vivaldi’s Venice to Frescobaldi’s Rome. Beginning with the transcriptionsof concertosbyVivaldi and Marcello, and continuing with piecesof Italian inspiration like the Aria Variata allamaniera italiana, the Capriccio sulla lontananza del fratello dilettissimo and the Fantasia and Fugue BWV904, the journey culminatesin the celebrated Italian Concerto.
 
 
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