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AE10236 Bach, Johann Sebastian "a Violino e Cembalo"

2 CD set 2 CD set
Super Audio CD Hybrid SuperAudio CD. Plays in all standard CD Players. SACD Stereo, SACD Multichannel Surround, CD Audio.
Audio samples:

Audio sample BWV 1015 II BWV 1015 II

Audio sample BWV 1015 III BWV 1015 III

Audio sample BWV 1017 III BWV 1017 III

Audio sample BWV 1019 I BWV 1019 I

Audio sample BWV 1023 I BWV 1023 I

Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)

"a Violino e Cembalo"

Sonatas for violin and harpsichord

Erich Höbarth (Violin)
Aapo Häkkinen (Harpsichord)

€ 24,99 (including tax)
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Bundle(s) containing this item:
AE 80007 Bach: Bach Sonata Bundle
Contents:

Sonata B minor [BWV 1014]
Sonata A major [BWV 1015]
Sonata E major [BWV 1016]
Sonata C minor [BWV 1017]
Sonata F minor [BWV 1018]
Sonata G major [BWV 1019]
Sonata G major [BWV 1021]
Sonata G major [BWV 1022]
Sonata E minor [BWV 1023]

Playing time: 2:0 (h:m)
Booklet: 32p., English German French
Order Nr. AE 10236
EAN 4026798102364
Product category: SACD
Release date: 14/09/2015

Introduction:

Almost every music lover has probably heard Erich Höbarth play at least once: active as Nikolaus Harnoncourt’s concertmaster, as first violinist of the Quatuor Mosaïques, and in many other positions of musical life, heard in numerous recordings and television broadcasts, he is an almost omnipresent figure. Höbarth unites historical performance practice with the self-assured poise of an individual artistic personality. The Viennese violinist has found here a congenial partner in the young Aapo Häkkinen from Helsinki, who, exactly like Höbarth, can already boast extensive experience as an ensemble director.

Violin and Harpsichord – these are namely the instruments that Bach himself played as ensemble director and as soloist, and that he brings together in the present sonatas as if at a chamber music summit meeting. Already in the eighteenth century, the six-sonata cycle BWV 1014–1019 numbered among his best works. Höbarth and Häkkinen captivate with wonderful ensemble playing. Aapo Häkkinen plays a – today rarely found – 16’ harpsichord, that is to say, with an additional, lower sounding register. It has been reported that Bach likewise had a 16’ instrument at his disposal in Köthen, where he composed the sonatas.