Berliner Barock Solisten, Michael Rische – C.P.E. Bach: Piano Concertos (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Berliner Barock Solisten, Michael Rische - C.P.E. Bach: Piano Concertos (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Berliner Barock Solisten, Michael Rische
Album: C.P.E. Bach: Piano Concertos
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 01:05:16
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 595 MB

Tracklist:

01. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in C Minor, Wq. 5: I. Allegro moderato (07:37)
02. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in C Minor, Wq. 5: II. Arioso (08:04)
03. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in C Minor, Wq. 5: III. Allegro spirituoso (04:52)
04. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in A Major, Wq. 8: I. Allegro (05:41)
05. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in A Major, Wq. 8: II. Andante (07:54)
06. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in A Major, Wq. 8: III. Allegro (05:25)
07. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in B Minor, Wq. 30: I. Allegro di molto (09:51)
08. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in B Minor, Wq. 30: II. Adagio (08:08)
09. Berliner Barock Solisten & Michael Rische – Bach: Concerto in B Minor, Wq. 30: III. Allegro (07:39)

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Michael Rische belongs to the small group of musicians, even internationally, who consistently enrich musical life with authoritative discoveries. After Michael Rische presented a recording of compositions on the notes b-a-c-h by Johann Sebastian Bach up to the present in the Bach Year 2000, he is working with growing success to re-establish the almost forgotten piano concertos of his son Carl Philipp Emanuel in musical life. With his recordings to date, he has received extensive international attention right from the start. Leipzig 1733: a significant date for a musical genre that has been an integral part of our musical life for more than two hundred years – the piano concerto. In this year Johann Sebastian Bach wrote his great Concerto in D minor BWV 1052 and his second eldest son Carl Philipp Emanuel, at the age of 19, his first piano concerto, the Concerto Wq 1 in A minor. If one listens to the concertos in direct comparison, one hardly wants to believe that both were composed at the same time and in the same place. The Concerto in D major Wq 45 was written in Hamburg in 1778, with two horns added to the orchestral sound. Of all his piano concertos, the Concerto in E minor Wq 15 (1745) is by far the most experimental.

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