Bach Partita

Remi Geniet - J.S.Bach - Partita No.4, Caprice, Suite Anglaise No.1, Toccata en do mineur (2015) {Mirare}

Remi Geniet - J.S.Bach - Partita No.4, Caprice, Suite Anglaise No.1, Toccata en do mineur (2015) {Mirare}
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Classical / Baroque / Piano Solo

Only 21 years-old when this recording was made, Rémi Geniet offers us a fascinating portrait of Bach on the piano. From the virtuosity of the early works like the Toccata to the supreme mastery of the dance suites (Partita and English Suite), the drama and brio of Bach's keyboard music can vie with that of operas or concertos. Rémi Geniet was one of the last students of the great pianist Brigitte Engerer and is now under the guidance of Prof. Evgeni Koroliov in Hamburg. At the age of 20, he was awarded the second prize of the Queen Elisabeth 2013 International Piano Competition in Belgium. This debut recording has already been distinguished by a Diapason d'Or by the french classical music magazine Diapason.

Beethoven: Diabelli Variations; Bach; Partita No. 4  

Posted by tonyangelo at April 19, 2009
Beethoven: Diabelli Variations; Bach; Partita No. 4

Beethoven: Diabelli Variations; Bach; Partita No. 4
EAC FLAC, CUE, LOG + Scans | 283 MB + 2 MB
2009 | Genre: Classical
Andras Schiff - Johann Sebastian Bach: 6 Partitas, BWV 825-830 (1984) 2CD, Reissue 2007

András Schiff - Johann Sebastian Bach: 6 Partitas, BWV 825-830 (1984) 2CD
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Genre: Classical | Label: Decca | # 475 8234 | Time: 02:17:18

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. 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. And yes, Schiff's partitas are wonderful.
Julian Bream - J.S. Bach: Prelude, Fugue and Allegro BWV 998; Suite BWV 996; Chaconne from Parita No.2; Partita No.3 (1994)

Julian Bream - J.S. Bach: Prelude, Fugue and Allegro BWV 998; Suite BWV 996; Chaconne from Parita No.2; Partita No.3 (1994)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 317 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 193 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classic, Guitar | Label: EMI Classics | # 7243 5 55123 2 1 | Time: 01:09:56

Julian Bream is, without a doubt, one of the premiere classical guitarists of the modern recording era. Comparisons between great guitarists is often unfair and misleading as they each have their own styles - and each musician and his/her style tends to be particularly well suited to certain types of music. For example, Andres Segovia's style, cultivated by self-teaching throughout his now ended life, concentrated on flowing legatto smoothness and flowing melodies. Bream's, on the other hand, while equally masterful, is better characterized as emphasizing the precision and crispness of each and every individual note. What better composer to focus on to show this particular proclivity that J. S. Bach, whose work, having been written largely for the keyboards (harpsichord) but also for the lute and triple harp, tends to emphasize the kinds of music Bream excels at. Stacatto phrasings, each written to be played with crystalline exactness, are the types of pieces wherein Bream's magnificence is conspicuous and best showcased. Thus, the special relevance of this particular compilation of some of his best Bach work on this CD.
Tim Fain plays Philip Glass: Partita for Solo Violin (2015)

Tim Fain plays Philip Glass: Partita for Solo Violin (2015)
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Genre: Classical, Minimalism | Label: Orange Mountain Music | # 0050 | Time: 00:45:53

Violinist Tim Fain has worked extensively with minimalist composer Philip Glass in performances and in the preparation of new pieces, and the most impressive result of their collaboration may be the Partita for solo violin (2010), a seven-movement suite written especially for Fain. Associations with Johann Sebastian Bach's violin partitas are inevitable, and it's clear that Glass has had them in mind while composing in what can be described as an aspirational, rather than a merely imitative, manner. Glass has for the most part avoided his customary ostinatos and static sections, and his use of broken chords only suggests counterpoint, rather than propulsive rhythmic patterns. He has also eschewed any direct references to Bach or Baroque style, yet the Partita's kinship with the older models is certainly felt, and Fain's playing has a lot to do with it. The ebb and flow of tempos and the expressive use of rubato give the Partita an introspective feeling, and the freedom of individual expression is quite removed from the locked-in, high-energy ensemble playing that was Glass' early trademark style.
Bach - Complete Sonatas and Partita for Flute (Bruggen, Leonhardt, van Dael, Bylsma) [2012]

Bach - Complete Sonatas and Partita for Flute, BWV 1030, 1035, 1032, 1034, 1013 (Bruggen, Leonhardt, van Dael, Bylsma) [2012]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 1cd, 454 MB
Classical | Label: Sony Music | Catalog Number: 88725463922 (2) | TT: CD1:46’11; CD2:50’55

This unusual release, recorded in 1975, attempts to shed light on the numerous problems concerning the nature and indeed authorship of the flute sonatas by, or not by, Bach. The artistry of these musicians is, as we might expect, compelling, but in their attempt to segregate authentic Bach from what are often supposed to be spurious flute sonatas they have, in common parlance, 'come a cropper'. (CRD CRDIOI4-15, 8/75). N.A..
Franсois Lazarevitch and Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien - Bach Sonatas and Partita for Flute (2014)

Franсois Lazarevitch and Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien - Bach Sonatas and Partita for Flute (2014)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:11:42 | 189 MB
Label: Alpha | Tracks: 19 | Rls.date: 2014

This album offers us an especially interesting and singular interpretation of these treasures by Bach with a rhythmic approach not lacking in swing, and backed up by a continuo featuring first-rank instrumentalists. As director of Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien, Francois Lazarevitch has enabled us to discover numerous treasures stemming from dance and folk music. For the first time on Alpha, he has recorded a solo album, devoted to Johann Sebastian Bach's Flute Sonatas. His approach to these works benefits from his experience as the conductor of an ensemble, enriched by the particularly varied musical experiments he has carried out.

Mel Bay J. S. Bach for Bass  

Posted by izchaboi at Feb. 15, 2010
Mel Bay J. S. Bach for Bass

Mel Bay J. S. Bach for Bass - by Josquin des Pres
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Classic / Baroque | English | 48 pages © 1994 Mel Bay Publications | ISBN: 0786600829

Johann Sebastian Bach is recognized as one of the world's supremely great musicians. Known primarily as an organist and then only later recognized as a composer, Bach transformed the conventional structures of preludes and fugues. J.S. Bach for Bass will open up a whole new world of phrasing for the aspiring bassist. Selections include: Prelude #1 in C Major; Suite #1 in G Major; Suite #2 in D Minor; Suite #3 in C Major; Partita #1 in B Minor; Partita #2 in D; Partita #3 in E Major; Sonata #1 in G Minor; and Sonata #3 in C Major. This book is written in notation and tablature.
Bach - Sinfonias, Handel - Suite No.9, Krebs - Partita No.2 - Anatoly Vedernikov

Bach - Sinfonias, Handel - Suite No.9, Krebs - Partita No.2 - Anatoly Vedernikov
CD | APE/MP3-320kbps+cue+log+cover | 256.0/144.9Mb | 1:10:07 | DENON 2005
J.S.Bach - Italian concerto, Partita (Overture in the French Style) - Felix Gottlieb, harpsichord

J.S.Bach - Italian concerto in F major BWV 971
Partita (Overture in the French Style) in B minor BWV 831
Felix Gottlieb, harpsichord

LP Conversion | APE/MP3-320kbps + cue + cover | no log | 210.2/103.6Mb | 41:10 | Melodija 1985

This is an interesting performance of Bach's Italian Concerto and French Overture by the Russian-born German harpsichordist and pianist, Felix Gottlieb, made on the "Lindholm" harpsichord, recorded in 1984 in the USSR