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Johann Sebastian Bach - András Schiff - Das Wohltemperierte Clavier Album

Johann Sebastian Bach - András Schiff - Das Wohltemperierte Clavier Album
Title:
Das Wohltemperierte Clavier
Performer:
Johann Sebastian Bach - András Schiff
Style:
Baroque
Released:
24 Aug 2012
Catalog:
ECM 2270-73, ECM New Series 2270-73, 476 4827
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
2261 mb
FLAC album size:
2150 mb
Genre:
Label:
ECM Records, ECM New Series

Tracklist


1dis-Moll3:42
2h-Moll4:35
3D-Dur1:41
4C-Dur1:54
5b-Moll4:37
6d-Moll2:10
7A-Dur1:13
8es-Moll3:25
9E-Dur1:18
10cis-Moll2:15
11B-Dur2:08
12dis-Moll4:33
13B-Dur1:38
14A-Dur1:09
15F-Dur0:56
16gis-Moll5:33
17A-Dur1:40
18fis-Moll0:54
19fis-Moll4:16
20Es-Dur2:29
21Fis-Dur2:17
22Buch I - Praeludien Und Fugen BWV 846–869
23E-Dur4:19
24gis-Moll1:31
25Fis-Dur1:33
26Es-Dur1:31
27H-Dur1:57
28C-Dur2:28
29Cis-Dur2:24
30cis-Moll2:19
31gis-Moll2:10
32f-Moll4:08
33c-Moll2:34
34D-Dur1:15
35F-Dur3:18
36As-Dur1:14
37h-Moll6:49
38e-Moll2:15
39G-Dur1:21
40As-Dur3:19
41e-Moll1:03
42cis-Moll4:00
43f-Moll1:59
44H-Dur2:18
45D-Dur2:58
46E-Dur3:06
47H-Dur0:56
48b-Moll2:39
49G-Dur0:50
50C-Dur1:32
51D-Dur4:55
52g-Moll2:39
53B-Dur1:14
54e-Moll2:39
55As-Dur2:27
56a-Moll0:58
57d-Moll1:34
58dis-Moll3:40
59F-Dur1:45
60f-Moll4:17
61f-Moll1:46
62d-Moll2:09
63Cis-Dur1:21
64g-Moll2:47
65E-Dur1:05
66Fis-Dur2:57
67g-Moll1:28
68c-Moll1:35
69b-Moll2:34
70Es-Dur3:43
71fis-Moll3:03
72a-Moll4:03
73fis-Moll2:59
74b-Moll2:51
75a-Moll5:40
76h-Moll1:41
77cis-Moll3:41
78A-Dur2:18
79F-Dur1:18
80c-Moll1:34
81gis-Moll3:46
82d-Moll2:23
83Es-Dur1:42
84Buch II - Praeludien Und Fugen BWV 870–893
85Fis-Dur1:58
86G-Dur2:53
87B-Dur7:19
88G-Dur3:22
89g-Moll2:03
90H-Dur3:23
91h-Moll1:51
92a-Moll1:43
93Cis-Dur2:02
94C-Dur1:48
95Cis-Dur1:52
96As-Dur2:16
97e-Moll3:09
98c-Moll2:09


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneJohann Sebastian Bach - András Schiff Johann Sebastian Bach - András Schiff - Das Wohltemperierte Clavier ‎(96xFile, FLAC, Album, 24b)ECM New SeriesnoneGermany2012
ECM New Series 2270-73, 476 4827, ECM 2270-73Johann Sebastian Bach, András Schiff Johann Sebastian Bach, András Schiff - Das Wohltemperierte Clavier ‎(4xCD, Album, RP, Arv + Box)ECM New Series, ECM New Series, ECM RecordsECM New Series 2270-73, 476 4827, ECM 2270-73Germany2017


Credits


  • Composed ByJohann Sebastian Bach
  • CoverJan Jedlička
  • DesignSascha Kleis
  • Engineer [Tonmeister]Stephan Schellmann
  • Liner Notes [English]Paul Griffiths
  • Liner Notes [German, English]András Schiff
  • Liner Notes [German]Peter Gülke
  • Photography ByNadia F. Romanini
  • Photography By [Booklet Page 19]Regine Lienhard
  • PianoAndrás Schiff
  • ProducerManfred Eicher


Notes


Recorded August 2011
Auditorio Radiotelevisione svizzera, Lugano

An ECM Production
In collaboration with RSI Rete Due, Lugano

℗ 2012 ECM Records GmbH
© 2012 ECM Records GmbH


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 028947648277
  • Label Code: LC 02516
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Other (CD 1 First Catalog Number): ECM 2270
  • Other (CD 2 First Catalog Number): ECM 2271
  • Other (CD 3 First Catalog Number): ECM 2272
  • Other (CD 4 First Catalog Number): ECM 2273
  • Other (CD 1 Second Catalog Number): 476 4828
  • Other (CD 2 Second Catalog Number): 476 4829
  • Other (CD 3 Second Catalog Number): 476 4830
  • Other (CD 4 Second Catalog Number): 476 4831
  • SPARS Code: DDD


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ECM Records GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – ECM Records GmbH
  • Made By – EDC, Germany
  • Recorded At – Auditorio Radiotelevisione Svizzera, Lugano


Album


Bach: Das wohltemperierte Clavier. Johann Sebastian Bach's Das Wohltemperierte Clavier The Well-Tempered Clavier BWV 846-893, is a collection of two sets of 24-pairs of preludes and fugues composed in every major and minor key between 1722 and 1742, while Bach was in appointment at Kothen and Leipzig, respectively. Ostensibly for teaching and practice, the whole of Das Wohltemperierte Clavier has been a touchstone of harpsichordists and pianist since the advent of recording. One pianist who has recorded the pieces twice is Andras Schiff, offering Bach from two different vantage points, one recorded in a career on ascent and one recorded at maturity. Songs in album Christine Schornsheim - Johann Sebastian Bach Das Wohltemperierte Clavier. Book II - CD 1 2011. Christine Schornsheim - Praludium C-Dur BWV 870. The Well-Tempered Clavier, BWV 846893, is a collection of two sets of preludes and fugues in all 24 major and minor keys, composed for solo keyboard by Johann Sebastian Bach. In Bach's time Clavier keyboard was a generic name indicating a variety of keyboard instruments, most typically a harpsichord or clavichord but not excluding an organ either. The modern German spelling for the collection is Das wohltemperierte Klavier WTK German pronunciation: . Johann Sebastian Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Clavier András Schiff: piano As a young pianist, András Schiff earned wide esteem for his 1980s recordings of Review. Schiff transcends all questions of instrumentation to deliver a pure experience. Graham Rogers 2013. One such is Hungary-born British pianist András Schiff, whose previous recording of The Well-Tempered Clavier for Decca in the 1980s won many admirers, but who now turns to them again with the advantage of three decades' more experience and maturity. In his intelligently argued essay accompanying this ECM album, Schiff poses the questions, Is it permitted to play Bach on an instrument that he couldn't have known If it isn't, whose permission do we need to ask , concluding that the bottom line for all modern Bach performance is simply good taste. Listen free to András Schiff Johann Sebastian Bach. Das wohltemperierte Klavier. He was born in Budapest and began piano lessons at the age of 5 with Elisabeth Vadasz. András Schiff. Classical 2012. He has always been a devoted Bach pianist, and this set of the complete Das wohltemperierte Klavier-his second version-finds him relishing the wit, vitality, and variety of this endlessly rewarding score. Schiff has found a totally engaging way with Bach on the modern piano, and he plays in a manner thats now more conversational, m. Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier , Schiff, Andreas - - Release Date: 06022008 - Label: Decca Catalog : 478 0391 Spars Code: DDD - Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach - Performer: András to Bach, J. Composers: Johann Sebastian Bach. Total duration:1 h 49 min. The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book 1, BWV 846-869 : Prelude and Fugue in C Major, BWV 846. Bach, J. Das Wohltemperierte Klavier I. 平均律クラヴィーア曲集 第1巻 BWV846857 : Prelude and Fugue in C minor WTK, Book I, No. 2, BWV 847

Reviews:
  • greatest
As a young pianist, András Schiff earned wide esteem for his 1980s recordings of the major keyboard works of J.S. Bach; in recent years, as part of his long-term relationship with ECM, he has gone back to Bach as a sage veteran, earning more acclaim for his New Series recordings of the Goldberg Variations (2001) and the Six Partitas (2007). The New York Times said, “Mr. Schiff is, in Bach, a phenomenon. He doesn’t so much perform it as emit, breathe it.” In August 2011, Schiff turned his focus to the 48 preludes and fugues of The Well-Tempered Clavier, making studio recordings of both books in the Auditorium Radiosvizzera Italiana, Lugano. An iconic inspiration for composers from Mozart and Beethoven to Chopin and Brahms and beyond, The Well-Tempered Clavier has long been considered the Old Testament of the keyboard literature (with Beethoven’s piano sonatas as the New Testament). In his liner notes to this four-CD set, Paul Griffiths underscores the suitability of Bach’s timeless keyboard work for the modern piano: “Bach’s inquiry into so many nuances, of touch, of interplay between hands and between contrapuntal lines, of character and of expressivity, has helped form keyboard technique as we know it, and his music belongs to the instrument of Beethoven, of Chopin, of Debussy, of Kurtág – especially when that instrument is played with the mastery and sensitivity of Schiff in these performances (...) Noteworthy is his floated melody and his rhythmic sense – his realization that so much of Bach’s music is song or dance. Grandeur and intimacy are also here. Wit, too.”