Bach: Keyboard Sonatas, Vol. 2 Danny Driver.
Danny Driver has chosen some seldom performed pieces for his second volume of CPE Bach’s solo keyboard music. In the F sharp minor Sonata (H37), Bach asks a lot of his listeners: the rhetorical gestures, harmonic surprises and a wealth of other devices that define his distinctive personal style are strikingly experimental
Danny Driver (piano). Driver revels in Emanuel's idiosyncrasies, underlining the spontaneous and edgier qualities in the composer's Empfindsamer stil (sensitive style). BBC Music Magazine, January 2013, Mor. elease Date: 29th Oct 2012. Bach (CPE): Sonata In F Sharp Minor, H 37 - 3. Allegro Assai. Show 11 remaining tracks for Bach (CPE): Keyboard Sonatas, Vol. 2. Bach (CPE): Sonata In E, H 39 - 1. Allegro. Bach (CPE): Sonata In E, H 39 - 2. Andantino. Bach (CPE): Sonata In E, H 39 - 3. Vivace Di Molto. Bach (CPE): Sonata In C Minor, H 121 - 1. Allegro Assai Ma Pomposo. Bach (CPE): Sonata In C Minor, H 121 - 2. Andantino Pathetico. Bach (CPE): Sonata In C Minor, H 121 - 3. Allegro Scherzando. Bach (CPE): Sonata In A, H 135 - 1. Bach (CPE): Sonata In A, H 135 - 2. Andante Con Tenerezza
Danny Driver proves a peerless guide to this fascinating music, performing with elegance and vigour. Hyperion presents a second volume of CPE Bach’s startlingly original and inventive keyboard sonatas
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Pianist Danny Driver, who has recorded two albums of keyboard sonatas by . says the music have felt like a roller coaster to people listening at the time. The most striking thing about it is the very quick change of character and the very quick change of harmony," Driver says. It's like a stream of consciousness internal dialogue in a wa. While listening to . Bach bridges the gap between the two musical eras we now call Baroque and Classical, by writing an infectious concerto for harpsichord and the then-new fortepiano, the keyboard of the future. Bachiana: Double Concertos.
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This collection by . Bach’s second surviving son, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, published between 1779 and 1787, helps usher in a new era in the music industry. By the late 18th century, there were no longer enough church jobs to keep food on composers’ tables, and individual wealthy patrons were hard to find. But across Europe, more and more private citizens were entertaining themselves and their friends by making music at home. The money they spent on sheet music provided crucial income for many a fine composer. This is not to say that . Bach’s keyboard sonatas are easy
ARTIST: Miklós Spányi. Bach: Solo Keyboard Music, Vol. 38. Release year, date: 2019. Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach, H. 1 (Excerpts): Polonaise in G Minor, BWV Anh. 123 1:45 06. 1 (Excerpts): March in G Major, BWV Anh. 124 1:48. 07. Bach, C P E: Menuet in E flat major, Wq, H. deest - Menuet in E-Flat Major 2:08. Bach, C P E: Suite in E flat major 3:24 08. I. Allegro 1:18 09.