Wilhelm Friedemann Bach - Keyboard Works Vol 5 album
October 6, 2013 - October 7, 2013. Wilhelm Friedemann Bach.
Bach: Keyboard Works, Vo. Julia Brown Harpsichord. CD: 1 Tracks: 18 Length: 1:06:45. Naxos Rel. 3 Jun 2014. CD 1. Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Composer. Keyboard Sonata in G, . Work.
Lamento Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. 3. III. Presto Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. Sonata in E Minor, BR A 9. 4. I. Allegro ma non tanto Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. 5. II. Siciliano Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. 6. Vivace Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. Sonata in C Major, BR A 1. 7. Allegro Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. 8. Andante Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. 9. This release from keyboardist Julia Brown-the fifth in an ongoing series-draws together six sonatas from throughout Bach's career that glow with ingenuity, all performed on a 1986 harpsichord by Richard Kingston. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters.
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (22nd November 1710–1st July 1784), eldest son and pupil of Johann Sebastian Bach, was a German composer and musician whose troubled personality and erratic career made him considerably less influential than his younger brother, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, despite his acknowledged talents as an organist, improviser, and composer in the galant, or rococo, style of the.
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (22 November 1710 – 1 July 1784), the second child and eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach, was a German composer and performer. Despite his acknowledged genius as an organist, improviser and composer, his income and employment were unstable and he died in poverty. Wilhelm Friedemann (hereafter Friedemann) was born in Weimar, where his father was employed as organist and chamber musician to the Duke of Saxe-Weimar.
Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann. I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's. Composer Time Period Comp.
Bach: Klavierbüchlein für Wilhelm Friedemann Bach . Christiane Wuyts (Hapsichord).
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach was renowned as a brilliant improviser and keyboard performer. His keyboard sonatas, filled with quirky contrasts and a more adventurously chromatic and exploratory style than that of his contemporaries, attest to his individualism and virtuoso technical skill. His only Suite reworks and expands his father, . Bach's models, turning conventional dance movements into character pieces.
The 'Notebook for Wilhelm Friedemann Bach' (Klavierbüchlein für Wilhelm Friedemann Bach) is a collection of keyboard pieces compiled by Johann Sebastian Bach for his eldest son Wilhelm Friedemann. The collection was compiled around 1720, with most of the pieces being parts of the Well Tempered Clavier and the Inventions and Sinfonias. The authorship of most other works is debated: particularly the famous Little Preludes BWV 924–932 are sometimes attributed to Wilhelm Friedemann Bach himself.
|1||I. Andantino - Allegro Di Molto - Andantino - Allegro Di Molto||3:56|
|4||I. Allegro Ma Non Tanto||4:45|
|10||I. Un Poco Allegro||4:29|
|11||II. Minuetto - Trio||2:45|
|14||II. Largo Con Tenerezza||4:41|
|15||III. Allegro Assai||5:15|
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