Bach 333 (222 CD box set, FLAC)
Bach 333 (222 CD box set, FLAC)

Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Number of Discs: 222 CD box set
Format: FLAC (image+cue)
Label: Decca
Release:
Size: 80.3 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: cover

CD 001-048 SACRED CANTATAS
CD 049-051 CHORALES
CD 052-072 MASSES/MOTETS/PASSIONS
CD 073-081 SECULAR CANTATAS
CD 082-105 TRADITIONS 1: VOCAL
CD 106-125 ORGAN WORKS
CD 126-146 KEYBOARD WORKS
CD 147-158 PIANO [VERSIONS OF KEY WORKS]
CD 159-163 TRADITIONS 2: KEYBOARD
CD 164-174 ORCHESTRAL WORKS
CD 175-180 TRADITIONS 3: ORCHESTRAL
CD 181-189 CHAMBER MUSIC
CD 190-193 CANONS & COUNTERPOINT
CD 194-200 TRADITIONS 4: INSTRUMENTAL
CD 201-206 MUSIC BOOKS/SACRED SONGS
CD 207-214 BACH INTERACTIVE
CD 215-222 BACH AFTER BACH

THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE, MOST AUTHORITATIVE & ENRICHED COMPOSER SET OF ALL TIME ON 222 CDs + 1 DVD

333 years since the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach, the largest project of its kind in the history of recorded music is presented by Deutsche Grammophon in collaboration with Decca Classics, 30 other labels and the Leipzig Bach Archive.

Bach 333 presents every known note from the great master and opens up his world – and his impact on our world – in a uniquely immersive way: through audio, visual, printed and online materials.

Over 280 hours of music from 750 performers and 32 labels

10 hours of new recordings including 7 world premieres

State-of-the-art historically informed performances including the complete Cantatas from Gardiner, Suzuki, Koopman, Herreweghe, Leonhardt, Harnoncourt, Kuijken, Coin and others; plus other leading names in Bach performance such as Goebel, Hogwood, McCreesh, Mortensen, Brüggen, Pinnock, Dantone, Rousset, Alessandrini and Carmignola

Over 50 CDs of alternative recordings including modern piano performances from Schiff, Perahia, Hewitt, Argerich, Brendel and many more; plus 90 years of evolving traditions from Deller to Hunt Lieberson, Busch to Abbado, Mengelberg to Richter, Fischer to Gould, Schweitzer to Alain, Landowska to Růžičková, Casals to Fournier, Grumiaux to Mutter

Includes the latest research from the Leipzig Bach Archive’s forthcoming BWV3 catalogue

16 CDs, “Bach Interactive” and “Bach after Bach”, explore Bach’s own influences and his unique impact on the world of music since: from Mozart and Beethoven to today’s masters such as Pärt and Kurtág. Includes unique CDs devoted to jazz (Grappelli, Loussier, Evans, Getz, Peterson etc.) plus the new colours of today’s artists, composers and remixers

Limited, individually numbered edition

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