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Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 (complete) Eunice Norton, piano Recorded in 1978. Note: This document is a first-take live performance that was recorded directly onto a C-90 cassette tape. Unfortunately, this media had the habit of bleeding magnetically (sometimes called "print-through") after being stored for a long time. This results in the "pre-echo" effect heard occasionally in the quieter moments of this recording. (This recording has been released on YouTube exclusively and is not available for purchase elsewhere.) Eunice Norton's first recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations, recorded directly onto 78RPM shellac discs in 1942, is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBZhx_vUCmE
Andras Schiff - Piano BWV 812 813 814 815 816 817 The French Suites, BWV 812--817, are six suites which Johann Sebastian Bach wrote for the clavier (harpsichord or clavichord) between the years of 1722 and 1725. The suites were later given the name 'French' (first recorded usage by Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg in 1762) as a means of contrast with the English Suites (whose title is likewise a later appellation). The name was popularised by Bach's biographer Johann Nikolaus Forkel, who wrote in his 1802 biography of Bach, "One usually calls them French Suites because they are written in the French manner." This claim, however, is inaccurate: like Bach's other suites, they follow a largely Italian convention. There is no surviving definitive manuscript of these suites, and ornamentation varies both in type and in degree across manuscripts. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Suites_(Bach)
NEW AMAZING MUSIC FROM POLINA OSETINSKAYA & MAXIM NOVIKOV here https://youtu.be/BK3aTsBKj9M https://youtu.be/_h2-h831iLw J.S.Bach HARPSICHORD Concerto in D Minor BWV 1052 Polina Osetinskaya piano The Mariinsky String Orchestra / Conductor: Anton Gakkel (2015) 0:05 - 1mvt / 8:15 - 2mvt / 16:13 - 3mvt The life of pianist Polina Osetinskaya can be divided into two stages. The first – that of “wunderkind” (a word that Polina herself cannot abide) – was when Polina performed as a girl in huge halls filled with excited sensationalists. The second, which has continued to the present day, is essentially her victory over the first. It is both a reference to serious performing and to exacting audiences. Polina Osetinskaya began to perform at the age of five. At the age of seven she entered the Central School of Music of the Moscow Conservatoire. Polina gave her first concert at the age of six at the Great Hall of the Vilnius Conservatoire in Lithuania. Together with her father who accepted the role of manager, the young Polina began to undertake frequent tours throughout the former USSR to packed halls and ovations. In her own country Polina was possibly the most famous child of her time and her relationship with her father was portrayed by the mass media as some kind of soap opera after the thirteen-year-old Polina decided to leave her father and study music seriously at the school of the Leningrad Conservatoire under the acclaimed teacher Marina Wolf. Polina began to tour once again while still a student at the St Petersburg Conservatoire. (The pianist subsequently completed a postgraduate course at the Moscow Conservatoire under Professor Vera Gornostayeva.) She has appeared with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Weimar National Opera, the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the St Petersburg Philharmonic (Honoured Ensemble of Russia), the State Academic Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, the Moscow Virtuosi and the New Russia orchestra among other ensembles. Polina Osetinskaya’s onstage partners have included conductors Saulius Sondeckis, Vassily Sinaisky, Andrei Boreiko, Gerd Albrecht, Yan Pascal Tortelier and Thomas Sanderling. Polina Osetinskaya has performed at the Wallonie Festival in Brussels, the Mainly Mozart festival, the Frédéric Chopin Festival in Miami, the Stars of the White Nights festival and the December Evenings festival among numerous others. The pianist has been awarded the Maly Triumph prize. In 2008 she wrote her autobiography Farewell, Sadness, which became a bestseller. Polina Osetinskaya generally creates unusual and frequently paradoxical solo programmes. She almost always includes works by contemporary composers, frequently justaposing them with traditional classical works: “Contemporary music is not just a continuation of older music. It also helps us discover ideas and beauty in older music that have been lost over decades of the blind museum generation and mechanical and often soulless performing.” Polina Osetinskaya often performs works by post-avant-garde composers such as Valentin Silvestrov, Leonid Desyatnikov, Vladimir Martynov, Georgs Pelēcis and Pavel Karmanov. The pianist collaborates with many recording companies including Naxos, Sony Music and Bel Air.
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First recording of Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor with the harmonic piano pedal. I set up an overhead camera view in case any of you want fingering suggestions. The sheet music I used in this video is fairly close to the first link below. I just added octaves to bring out the pedal part in a few places. This piece was recorded in an average size room; the reverb you can hear is "sympathetic resonance" from the piano itself made possible by the harmonic pedal. http://www.facebook.com/paulbartonpiano Links to free piano score: http://imslp.org/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor,_BWV_565_%28Bach,_Johann_Sebastian%29 Go: "Arrangements and Transcriptions" Go: "Philip Addison Jones" * * * * * * * * * * Or: http://wikipiano.wikidot.com/archive:toccata-and-fugue-in-d-minor-bwv-565 * * * * * * * * * * FEURICH website: http://www.feurich.com Read more about the harmonic pedal: http://www.feurich.com/en/pedale_harmonique Follow FEURICH on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/feurichwien YouTube - English language harmonic pedal: http://www.youtube.com/user/Harmonicpianopedal YouTube - French language La Pédale Harmonique: http://www.youtube.com/user/LaPedaleHarmonique Content ID - please note this video is NOT third-party content as claimed.
Martha Argerich, piano.
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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) The Well-Tempered Clavier / Das Wohltemperierte Klavier / Le Clavier Bien Tempéré / Il clavicembalo ben temperato The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 BWV 846-869 Prelude & Fugue #1 In C/C-dur/Ut Majeur, BWV 846 (00:00) ; (01:56) Prelude & Fugue #2 In C Minor/c-moll/Ut mineur, BWV 847 (04:29) ; (05:47) Prelude & Fugue #3 In C Sharp/Cis-dur/Ut dièse Majeur, BWV 848 (07:30) ; (08:44) Prelude & Fugue #4 In C Sharp Minor/cis-moll/Ut dièse mineur, BWV 849 (10:49) ; (14:02) Prelude & Fugue #5 In D/D-dur/Ré Majeur, BWV 850 (20:26) ; (21:34) Prelude & Fugue #6 In D Minor/d-moll/Ré mineur, BWV 851 (23:29) ; (24:55) Prelude & Fugue #7 In E Flat/Es-dur/Mi bémol Majeur, BWV 852 (27:32) ; (31:12) Prelude & Fugue #8 In E Flat Minor/es-moll/Mi bémol mineur, BWV 853 (32:42) ; (37:06) Prelude & Fugue #9 In E/E-dur/Mi Majeur, BWV 854 (43:34) ; (44:40) Prelude & Fugue #10 In E Minor/e-moll/Mi mineur, BWV 855 (45:47) ; (47:40) Prelude & Fugue #11 In F/F-dur/Fa Majeur, BWV 856 (48:50) ; (49:44) Prelude & Fugue #12 In F Minor/f-moll/Fa mineur, BWV 857 (51:04) ; (53:13) Prelude & Fugue #13 In F Sharp/Fis-dur/Fa dièse Majeur, BWV 858 (58:38) ; (1:00:02) Prelude & Fugue #14 In F Sharp Minor/fis-moll/Fa dièse mineur, BWV 859 (1:02:20) ; (1:03:11) Prelude & Fugue #15 In G/G-dur/Sol Majeur, BWV 860 (1:07:30) ; (1:08:18) Prelude & Fugue #16 In G Minor/g-moll/Sol mineur, BWV 861 (1:10:43) ; (1:12:40) Prelude & Fugue #17 In A Flat/As-dur/La bémol Majeur, BWV 862 (1:15:35) ; (1:16:45) Prelude & Fugue #18 In G Sharp Minor/gis-moll/Sol dièse mineur, BWV 863 (1:19:43) ; (1:21:06) Prelude & Fugue #19 In A/A-dur/La Majeur, BWV 864 (1:24:34) ; (1:25:44) Prelude & Fugue #20 In A Minor/a-moll/La mineur, BWV 865 (1:28:24) ; (1:29:19) Prelude & Fugue #21 In B Flat/B-dur/Si bémol Majeur, BWV 866 (1:33:29) ; (1:34:35) Prelude & Fugue #22 In B Flat Minor/b-moll/Si bémol mineur, BWV 867 (1:36:07) ; (1:38:33) Prelude & Fugue #23 In B/H-dur/Si Majeur, BWV 868 (1:42:54) ; (1:43:46) Prelude & Fugue #24 In B Minor/h-moll/Si mineur, BWV 869 (1:46:22) ; (1:54:12) The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2 BWV 870-893 Prelude & Fugue #1 In C/C-dur/Ut Majeur, BWV 870 (2:01:42) ; (2:04:10) Prelude & Fugue #2 In C Minor/c-moll/Ut mineur, BWV 871 (2:05:45) ; (2:07:34) Prelude & Fugue #3 In C Sharp/cis-moll/Ut dièse, BWV 872 (2:10:15) ; (2:11:46) Prelude & Fugue #4 In C Sharp Minor/cis-moll/Ut dièse mineur, BWV 873 (2:13:36) ; (2:17:23) Prelude & Fugue #5 In D/D-dur/Ré Majeur, BWV 874 (2:19:23) ; (2:24:17) Prelude & Fugue #6 In D Minor/d-moll/Ré mineur, BWV 875 (2:27:49) ; (2:29:11) Prelude & Fugue #7 In E Flat/Es-dur/Mi bémol Majeur, BWV 876 (2:30:53) ; (2:33:13) Prelude & Fugue #8 In D Sharp Minor/dis-moll/Ré dièse mineur, BWV 877 (2:35:33) ; (2:38:50) Prelude & Fugue #9 In E/E-dur/Mi Majeur, BWV 878 (2:43:19) ; (2:47:31) Prelude & Fugue #10 In E Minor/e-moll/Mi mineur, BWV 879 (2:52:04) ; (2:55:06) Prelude & Fugue #11 In F/F-dur/Fa Majeur, BWV 880 (2:57:50) ; (3:00:52) Prelude & Fugue #12 In F Minor/f-moll/Fa mineur, BWV 881 (3:02:31) ; (3:06:43) Prelude & Fugue #13 In F Sharp/Fis-dur/Fa dièse Majeur, BWV 882 (3:08:39) ; (3:11:23) Prelude & Fugue #14 In F Sharp Minor/fis-moll/Fa dièse mineur, BWV 883 (3:13:55) ; (3:17:17) Prelude & Fugue #15 In G/G-dur/Sol Majeur, BWV 884 (3:23:26) ; (3:25:38) Prelude & Fugue #16 In G Minor/g-moll/Sol mineur, BWV 885 (3:26:51) ; (3:29:42) Prelude & Fugue #17 In A Flat/As-dur/La bémol Majeur, BWV 886 (3:33:13) ; (3:36:20) Prelude & Fugue #18 In G Sharp Minor/gis-moll/Sol dièse mineur, BWV 887 (3:39:57) ; (3:43:40) Prelude & Fugue #19 In A/A-dur/La Majeur, BWV 888 (3:50:29) ; (3:52:01) Prelude & Fugue #20 In A Minor/a-moll/La mineur, BWV 889 (3:53:12) ; (3:57:39) Prelude & Fugue #21 In B Flat/B-dur/Si bémol Majeur, BWV 890 (3:59:13) ; (4:05:00) Prelude & Fugue #22 In B Flat Minor/b-moll/Si bémol mineur, BWV 891 (4:08:54) ; (4:11:47) Prelude & Fugue #23 In B/H-dur/Si Majeur, BWV 892 (4:19:30) ; (4:21:00) Prelude & Fugue #24 In B Minor/h-moll/Si mineur, BWV 893 (4:26:10) ; (4:28:28) Sviatoslav Richter (Piano Bösendorfer) Stréréo recording in 1970,1972-73 Label : RCA Bach - English & French Suites - Overture / Italian Concerto.. (Century’s recording : Sviatoslav Richter) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoBhyujPHEA&list=PL3UZpQL9LIxOLRwxl1dEfDrH3c8mX5UB1&index=3&t=0s Johann Sebastian Bach PLAYLIST (reference recordings) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3UZpQL9LIxOLRwxl1dEfDrH3c8mX5UB1 #SviatoslavRichterReference