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Bach: Sei Ssuonate à cembalo certato è violoncello piccolo solo (24/96 FLAC)

Bach: Sei Ssuonate à cembalo certato è violoncello piccolo solo (24/96 FLAC)

Bach: Sei Ssuonate à cembalo certato è violoncello piccolo solo (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Mario Brunello, Roberto Loreggian, Francesco Galligioni
Number of Discs: 2
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Arcana
Catalogue: A490
Release: 2021
Size: 1.93 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

CD 01
Sonata for Violin & Harpsichord No. 1 in B minor, BWV1014
01. I. Adagio
02. II. Allegro
03. III. Andante
04. IV. Allegro

Sonata for Violin & Harpsichord No. 2 in A major, BWV1015
05. I. Dolce
06. II. Allegro assai
07. III. Andante un poco
08. IV. Presto

Sonata for Violin & Harpsichord No. 3 in E major, BWV1016
09. I. Adagio
10. II. Allegro
11. III. Adagio ma non tanto
12. IV. Allegro

CD 02
Sonata for Violin & Harpsichord No. 4 in C minor, BWV1017
01. I. Largo
02. II. Allegro
03. III. Adagio
04. IV. Allegro

Sonata for Violin & Harpsichord No. 5 in F minor, BWV1018
05. I. [Lamento]
06. II. Allegro
07. III. Adagio
08. IV. Vivace

Sonata for Violin & Harpsichord No. 6 in G major, BWV1019
09. I. Allegro
10. II. Largo
11. III. Allegro
12. IV. Adagio
13. V. Allegro

After mastering the Sonatas and Partitas, Mario Brunello continues his trilogy devoted to reinterpreting Bach’s violin masterpieces on the violoncello piccolo. In this second volume he tackles the other great collection, the Sei Suonate a cembalo certato e violino solo (Six sonatas for concertato harpsichord and solo violin). Conceived in three parts, like sonatas for two treble instruments and continuo, these famous pieces appear transfigured here in a kaleidoscope of colours in which the violoncello piccolo intertwines with the keyboard, alternately harpsichord and organ, and with the bass doubled in turn by viola da gamba and cello – an accompaniment specifically suggested by one of the surviving copies of the sonatas. “A reinterpretation with an amber hue, in search of the intimate and human characteristics that are revealed almost unexpectedly in the slow movements and the expressiveness of the fugato themes in the fast movements, where Bach shows unparalleled virtuosity in distributing the voices”.

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