Label: His Masters Voice - 27 0470 3 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP Box Set • Country: Germany • Genre: Classical • Style: Baroque
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Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Bach: French Suites, Nos. Bach: French Suites Johann Sebastian Bach. Track Listings Disc: 1. I: Allegro. II: Adagio. III: Allegro. II: Siciliano. II: Larghetto. III: Allegro ma non tanto. II: Largo.
III: Presto. Disc: 2. II: Adagio e piano sempre. II: Andante. III: Allegro Assai. I: Neville Marriner* - K. II: Courante. III: Sarabande. IV: Gavotte. VI: Loure. VII: Gigue. Customer reviews. Top Aria: Quia Respexit Humilitatem - Soprano I - J.S.
Bach* - Monteverdi Choir*, English Baroque Solois Most recent Top Reviews. There Neville Marriner* - K a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. The Bach concerti here plus the French Neville Marriner* - K 5 sound ideal, I think. If one thinks that orchestral II Largo - J. S. Bach* in the concerti are secondary, try the Angela Hewitt versions with Richard Tognetti and the II Largo - J. S. Bach* Chamber Orchestra, in which Tognetti's one star HIP mannerisms overwhelm Hewitt's four star performances see my review.
The ASMF here plays flawlessly: quick but unrushed tempi, requisite energy and equal partnership with the soloist. Gavrilov is precise without pedantry. In my favorite slow movements of the D MInor and F Minor concertihe plays with great feeling and undistorted tempi.
That Richter treated him as an equal in the Handel Suites is understandable. This set is recommended strongly. She recorded too little Bach. However, Richter's Bach is also mostly excellent. I purchased this after hearing some of the Bach keyboard concertos on the radio. It was a kind of blind purchase, but based on the fact that if it's Neville Marriner it must be OK. Gavrilov I did not know. He brings a special, not quite classic interpretation to the concertos. This disc is now one of my half dozen most played - put it on after a stressful day, or when you are not quite sure of what you want to play, and it resets the brain neurons in no time.
Format: Audio CD. In his Bach playing, the Russian wunderkind Andrei Gavrilov aims at staking his own ground somewhere in between the very individual styles of his declared idols, Sviatoslav Richter and Glenn Gould - not an easy ambition, given the two extremes of Gould's hyperkinetic staccato and Richter's unparallelled powers in creating his famous legato sound in whatever he touched upon.
But Gavrilov succeeds magnificently, even surpassing his masters: the flowing, little-pedaled legato of Andrei Gavrilov lines compromises nothing in terms of clarity, while weaving in seamlessly as but another instrumental voice the Bach keyboard represented in these early "concerto" works. It is deeply satisfying to hear a pianist of practically no technical limitations control his playing with such an impeccable sense of style, emphasis on articulation, understanding of the technical possibilities of his instrument, and loving respect for the composer.
Hearing Gavrilov do Bach renders Neville Marriner* - K the whole discussion on whether this music should be played with the modern piano at all, and the enjoyably results in this recording make it a clear first choice in these works.
There is nothing here of the occasional aloofness sometimes making Gavrilov sound unconcerned; all we hear is profound musicianship and Academy Of St.
Martin-in-the-Fields* perfect harmony of souls between the performer and the great composer. An endless source of pleasure, the recording also finds Marriner more responsive and alert than usually, elevating the orchestra from its often rather pedestrian support role to the status of a like-minded partner in these sharply executed, lyrical, and rhytmically agile performances; their natural flow will make you want to play the discs over and over again.
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