C.p.e. Bach Piano Sonatas

Michael Rische, Rainer Maria Klaas, Kammersymphonie Leipzig - C.P.E. Bach: Piano Concertos Wq.22, Wq.43/5, Wq.46 (2014)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Piano Concertos Wq.22, Wq.43/5, Wq.46 (2014)
Michael Rische, piano; Rainer Maria Klaas, piano; Kammersymphonie Leipzig

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 239 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 143 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: hänssler CLASSIC | # CD 98.027 | Time: 00:58:45

The previous two CDs from pianist Michael Rische of the Piano Concertos of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach have been universally acclaimed for their high degree of musicality and the pianist’s passionate commitment to this composer. And in fact, much of the work of this highly original genius remains to be discovered. The 300th Birthday of Bach's second son offers an ideal occasion to become better acquainted with this extraordinary and surprising composer. In addition to the solo concertos, this CD also presents the Concerto for 2 Pianos and Orchestra Wq 46. In each work, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach makes the claim - once again – of his unique place in the history of music, and as evident in these vital, life-affirming performances, is one of the truly great “rediscovered” composers of the past.
C.P.E. Bach - Keyboard Sonatas, Vol. 2 [Danny Driver (piano)]

C.P.E. Bach - Keyboard Sonatas, Vol. 2 [Danny Driver (piano)]
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 257 Mb
Label: Hyperion - Date: 2012

Hyperion presents a second volume of CPE Bach’s startlingly original and inventive keyboard sonatas. This release spans the composer’s career, taking the listener from the highly expressive manner of his early works to his mastery of the Classical style—in which he still retains the distinctive characteristics, the fantastical changes of mood and tempo which both astounded and perplexed his contemporaries.
Danny Driver proves a peerless guide to this fascinating music, performing with elegance and vigour.
C.P.E. Bach - Keyboard Sonatas [Danny Driver (piano)]

C.P.E. Bach - Keyboard Sonatas [Danny Driver (piano)]
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 372 Mb
Label: Hyperion - Date: 2010

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788), second son of Johann Sebastian, was both revered and criticized by his contemporaries for his bold departures from conventional modes of musical expression. He perfected a highly original and intensely personal compositional style known as the empfindsamer Stil (literally, the ‘sensitive style’). As the works on this recording show, Bach’s approach to musical expressiveness found voice in frequent mood changes, abundant rests and ‘sighing’ motifs, the juxtaposition of contrasting rhythmic figures, deceptive cadences, and dramatic, rhetorical harmonic interjections. Bach became particularly renowned for his ability to improvise fantasias—seemingly free-form, stream-of-consciousness flights of fancy …….

C.P.E. Bach - Organ Sonatas (Kei Koïto)  Music

Posted by zmic at Dec. 21, 2009
C.P.E. Bach - Organ Sonatas (Kei Koïto)

C.P.E. Bach - Organ Sonatas (Kei Koïto)
Classical | 1 CD | EAC | FLAC tracks + LOG, CUE | Scans | 226 MB | RS
Sonatas for organ Wq. 69, 70/1, 70/3-70/7
1991 Harmonic Records H/CD 9142, Paris/France

C. P. E. Bach - Trio Sonatas, Wq 144-151  Music

Posted by alekhno at Dec. 9, 2009
C. P. E. Bach - Trio Sonatas, Wq 144-151

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Trio Sonatas for Flute, Violin & B.c., Wq 144-151
Classical | ECD-DA Extractor rip | FLAC, CUE, No LOG | 2 CD | Covers | 609 Mb | rs.com | 2003
Les Amis de Philippe

C.P.E.Bach - Wind Chamber Music  Music

Posted by alekhno at Dec. 22, 2009
C.P.E.Bach - Wind Chamber Music

Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach - Wind Chamber Music
Classical | ECD-DA Extractor | FLAC, CUE, NO LOG | 1 CD | Covers | 320 Mb | rs.com | 1999
Fiati con Tasto Cologne

As the chamber harpsichordist of Frederick II, King of Prussia, C.P.E. Bach found himself in the constant company of flautists and other wind instrumentalists, and these immediate musical surroundings quite naturally left their mark on his compositional output. cpo's recording with the Cologne ensemble, Fiati con tasto, features rarities from Bach's wind chamber oeuvre.

Infusion Baroque - 1747: C.P.E. Bach (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Feb. 18, 2017
Infusion Baroque - 1747: C.P.E. Bach (2017)

Infusion Baroque - 1747: C.P.E. Bach (2017)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:03:54 | 147 MB
Label: Leaf Music | Release Year: 2017

Winners of the Grand Prize and Audience Prize at the 2014 Early Music America Baroque Performance Competition, Montreal based Infusion Baroque has produced a much anticipated debut album featuring five trio sonatas by CPE Bach. Infusion Baroque is in high demand among early music concert presenters throughout North America. They maintain a busy touring schedule, and plan to release many albums following the present release. Their performances have been described as "dynamic and alive" with a stage presence that is "poised and elegant." Infusion Baroque is flutist Alexa Raine-Wright, violinist Sallynee Amawat, cellist Andrea Stewart, and harpsichordist Rona Nadler.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Rebecca Miller - C.P.E. Bach: Symphonies (2015)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Symphonies (2015)
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conducted by Rebecca Miller

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 312 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 144 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Signum Records | # SIGCD395 | Time: 00:56:33

Avant garde. Eccentric. A maniac. Wild and adventurous. Off the wall. Extraordinary. No marketing hyperbole - this is how the players of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment describe Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach and his music. One of the many children of JS Bach, CPE Bach always lived in his father’s shadow, and now is an almost unknown figure at least beyond the classical cogniscenti. How can such an unknown be considered a gamechanger? A listen to his music reveals just why – it constantly shifts, wrongfooting the listener when they least expect it with wild changes of direction and colour – it is bright, effervescent, and is a fascinating link between the music of his father (and the Baroque era) and Joseph Haydn (and the Classical era).
Friedrich der Grosse - Graun, Nichelmann, C.P.E Bach, Friedrich II: Music for the Berlin court (2012)

Friedrich der Grosse - Graun, Nichelmann, C.P.E Bach, Friedrich II: Music for the Berlin court (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Digital Booklet | 1.32 GB
Genre: Classical | Official Digital Download - Source: Qobuz

The year 2012 marks the tercentenary of the birth of Frederick the Great, whose political and military glory has often relegated his musical talent to the status of a mere hobby. But Frederick II was not only the key personality of Berlin musical life for the whole of the 18th century – as is shown by the works of the composers presented on this CD, all of whom worked at his court at some point in their careers – but also an excellent flautist who left posterity a number of fine flute sonatas from his own pen.
Bach C.P.E. - Complete Flute Sonatas (Barthold Kuijken, Bob van Asperen) [1993]

Bach C.P.E. - Complete Flute Sonatas (Barthold Kuijken, Bob van Asperen) [1993]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 2cd, 457 MB
Classical | Label: Sony | Catalog Number: S2K 53964 | TT: CD1:74’57; CD2:65’02

The title of this release is thoroughly misleading. The album contains nothing like the ''Complete Flute Sonatas'' of C. P. E. Bach but only those for flute with obbligato harpsichord, of which there are but five. Eleven others for flute and continuo are omitted, along with Bach's single work for unaccompanied flute. Instead, the remaining five sonatas in the programme consist of two (BWV1020 and 1031) whose authorship has long been a matter of dispute; a trio for flute, violin and bass (H578) in which the violin part has been taken over by the right hand of the keyboard; another (H543) in which a similar adjustment has been made to Bach's two differently scored originals; and a duet for violin and harpsichord (H504) in which the violin part is taken by the flute. So, you can see that the title of the album is somewhat economical with the truth, though the accompanying essay by Barthold Kuijken clarifies the position.
– Nicholas Anderson, Gramophone [5/1994]