András Schiff, Johann Sebastian Bach - 6 Partitas BWV 825-BWV830 mp3 album
The Partitas, BWV 825–830, are a set of six harpsichord suites written by Johann Sebastian Bach, published individually beginning in 1726, then together as Clavier-Übung I in 1731, the first of his works to be published under his own direction. They were, however, among the last of his keyboard suites to be composed, the others being the six English Suites, BWV 806-811 and the six French Suites, BWV 812-817, as well as the Overture in the French style, BWV 831.
Partitas, BWV 825–830; Partitaer, BWV 825-830; パルティータ; Partitas pour clavier; Partitas for keyboard; Zes partita's; Partite per clavicembalo; Partitas para teclado; 鍵盤觸技曲; Partites per a teclat (Bach). Partita's; Duitse suites; Suite tedesche. Bach, Johann Sebastian. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.
More albums from Johann Sebastian Bach: Italian Concerto. By: Johann Sebastian Bach (1984, Classical). 1. Partita No. 1, BWV 825. 2. 2, BWV 826. 3. 3, BWV 827. 4. 4, BWV 828. 5. 4, BWV 828 (Continuation). 6. 5, BWV 829. 7. 6, BWV 830. More albums from Johann Sebastian Bach
In 1726, Bach chose his B flat major Partita to start his publishing career - and once a year for the next five years, he published five more partitas, then collected them under the title Clavier-Übung in 1731. When it came time for Hungarian pianist András Schiff to make his major-label debut, what work do you think he picked? Yes, that's right. In 1985, Schiff released his recording of the complete partitas - and followed it with many more Bach recordings over the next few years until he'd released nearly the complete canonical works by 1996
BPM Profile Six Partitas BWV 825-830. Album starts at 92BPM, ends at 143BPM (+51), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Johann Sebastian Bach. Testament: Complete Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin. Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord.
Recorded: September 21, 2007, Historischer Reitstadel, Neumarkt. Tracklist: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 –1750). Partita V In G Major (BWV 829) 1-1 Praeambulum 2:11 1-2 Allemande 4:16 1-3 Corrente 1:34 1-4 Sarabande 4:07 1-5 Tempo Di Minuetta 2:23 1-6 Passepied 1:30 1-7 Gigue 3:45. Partita III In a Minor (BWV 827) 1-8 Fantasia 1:50 1-9 Allemande 2:47 1-10 Corrente 2:40 1-11 Sarabande 3:14 1-12 Burlesca 2:00 1-13 Scherzo 0:59 1-14 Gigue 2:55. Partita I In B-Flat Major (BWV 825) 1-15 Praeludium 1:52 1-16 Allemande 3:09 1-17 Corrente 2:42 1-18 Sarabande 4:25 1-19 Menuet I 1:15 1-20 Menuet II 1:17 1-21 Gigue 2:10.
Bach: 6 Partitas BWV 825-BWV 830. 1985. And yes, Schiff 's partitas are wonderful. Schiff has an elegant technique that never draws attention to itself no matter how knotty the notes, a graceful tone that always concentrates on the lyricism no matter how thick the counterpoint, and the consummate taste to know exactly how to place an accent, turn an appoggiatura, bend a phrase, and inflect a rhythm to make the music wholly his own without making
In 1985, Schiff released his recording of the complete partitas – and followed it with many more Bach recordings over the next few years until he'd released nearly the complete canonical works by 1996. And yes, Schiff's partitas are wonderful. When it came time for Johann Sebastian Bach to publish his Opus 1, what work do you think he picked? One of the sacred cantatas? One of the Brandenburg Concertos? One of the cello suites? No, none of the above. In 1726, Bach chose his B flat major Partita to start his publishing career – and once a year for the next five years, he published five more partitas, then collected them under the title Clavier-Übung in 1731.