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Comments (8)

  1. Fenrirr
    Book II of her recording of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier was made between 19at her home in Lakeville Connecticut. As with all of Landowska’s recordings, what strikes the listener most is her vitality, her musical integrity, and her total commitment to the music she is playing.
  2. Mazukasa
    Proving that Jill Crossland “well deserves her enviable reputation as a Bach pianist” (BBC Music Magazine), this superb recording of Bach’s Well-tempered Clavier, Book 1, is a great way to start the New Year on Signum. Colloquially known as the “48” from the two books of twenty-four preludes and fugues, these works form one of the great landmarks of keyboard repertoire. Bach’s own.
  3. Brakree
    Well Tempered Clavier Book I BWV Wanda Landowska (Harpsichord) Bach’s Well Temepred Clavier Book 1 from a Legend. K Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I Prelude & Fugue in C sharp minor - The depth delivered by Landowska in the Prelude is very impressive and fully conveys the bitter/sweet nature of the music. The Fugue is.
  4. Vizil
    Well Tempered Clavier Book I: Fugue C minor Fugue Book 1 C minor is an elegant and well balanced piece, which draws its fascination of its pure structure and the beauty of the interaction between the subject and the countersubjects. Below is a graph.
  5. Zulkigore
    This prelude, like its predecessor in C major, is known to virtually every keyboard student. Its first half is fast and motoric, with a little tick-tock figure occurring on the downbeats.
  6. Akinorn
    My top 5 from both books of the Well-Tempered: Honorable mention: e minor, book II (love the fugue); b minor, book I (ditto, so long and mournful); C major, book I (there’s beauty in simplicity). 5. a minor, Book II. The chromatic, winding prelude.
  7. Kemuro
    Prelude in D Major – The joy and rhythmic vitality in Landowska's Prelude is a pleasure to experience. Prelude in D minor – An energized and foreboding interpretation of the Prelude which is one of the best I've heard. Prelude & Fugue in E Flat Major – A magnificent prelude played magnificently by Landowska.
  8. Mikalabar
    May 17,  · Category Music; Song The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1/Prelude and Fugue No. 24 in B minor, BWV ; Artist Sviatoslav Richter; Album Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier BWV

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