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Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Robert Hill - Keyboard Works • 1 mp3 flac

Performer: Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
Title: Keyboard Works • 1
Style: Baroque
Released: 2007
Size MP3 version: 1658 mb
Size FLAC version: 1218 mb
Size WMA version: 1314 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 947
Genre: Classical

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Robert Hill - Keyboard Works • 1 mp3 flac

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710 - 1784) Duetto for 2 Harpsichord in F minor Daccapo Harpsichord Duo Luigi Accardo Enrico Bissolo ww. uigiaccardo.

Album · 2007 · 16 Songs. Keyboard Works, Vol. 1 Robert Hill.

Admirers of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach consider him in many ways the most original and interesting of the composer-sons of the great Johann Sebastian.

Robert Hill (Lute-Harpsichord). Complete Recordings 2000-2009. Bach: Klavierbüchlein für Wilhelm Friedemann. Allemande in G minor, BWV 836 Allemande in G minor, BWV 837 Menuets BWV 841-843. Christophe Rousset (Harpsichord).

Robert Hill's performance of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach's not-often-enough heard Polonaises is, as I said in the title, expressive and colorful, but much more: playful and lively works alternate with moody, proto-Romantic pieces, and Hill's phrasing, dynamic variety, and judicious rubato give irresistible flavor to these difficult works. They are not always technically difficult (though some are indeed that), but musically they are demanding

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (22 November 1710 – 1 July 1784), the second child and eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach, was a German composer and performer. Despite his acknowledged genius as an organist, improviser and composer, his income and employment were unstable and he died in poverty. Wilhelm Friedemann (hereafter Friedemann) was born in Weimar, where his father was employed as organist and chamber musician to the Duke of Saxe-Weimar.

By Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Robert Hill. 1. 12 Polonaises, Fk. 12: Polonaise No. 1 in C Major. Keyboard Sonata in D Major, Fk. 3: I. Un poco Allegro. 14. 3: II. Adagio. 15. 3: III. Vivace.

WF Bach is horrible underrepresented on the modern piano. Even more so than CPE Bach, this worthy composer would benefit from a top wrung pianist playing a work of his in an album alongside other more famous works. That Fantasia in A minor is a great gem! Reply With Quote. Oct-27-2015, 09:55 Mandryka.

Lamento Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. 3. III. Presto Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. Sonata in E Minor, BR A 9. 4. I. Allegro ma non tanto Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. 5. II. Siciliano Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Julia Brown. Bach's "difficult" eldest son, Wilhelm Friedemann was a supremely talented organist and composer who produced innovative works that straddled the Baroque and Classical eras. This release from keyboardist Julia Brown-the fifth in an ongoing series-draws together six sonatas from throughout Bach's career that glow with ingenuity, all performed on a 1986 harpsichord by Richard Kingston.


12 Polonaises, F. 12 (41:24)
1 Polonaise No. 1 In C Major 2:41
2 Polonaise No. 2 In C Minor 3:24
3 Polonaise No. 3 In D Major 3:55
4 Polonaise No. 4 In D Minor 1:23
5 Polonaise No. 5 In E Flat Major 3:40
6 Polonaise No. 6 In E Flat Minor 5:28
7 Polonaise No. 7 In E Major 3:30
8 Polonaise No. 8 In E Minor 3:24
9 Polonaise No. 9 In F Major 1:51
10 Polonaise No. 10 In F Minor 4:58
11 Polonaise No. 11 In G Major 3:37
12 Polonaise No. 12 In G Minor 3:33
Keyboard Sonata In D Major, F. 3 (17:58)
13 I. Un Poco Allegro 5:08
14 II. Adagio 6:02
15 III. Vivace 6:48
16 Fantasia In A Minor, F. 23 3:08

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Naxos Rights International Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Naxos Rights International Ltd.
  • Published By – G. Henle Verlag
  • Published By – Nagels Verlag, Kassel
  • Published By – Schott, Mainz
  • Recorded At – Eglise St Martin, Chaux. Territoire de Belfort, France


  • Composed By – Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
  • Cover [Cover Painting Of W F Bach] – Benjamin Chai
  • Edited By – Robert Hill
  • Engineer – Thomas Schueler
  • Fortepiano – Robert Hill
  • Liner Notes – Robert Hill
  • Producer – Robert Hill


Recorded at Eglise St Martin, Chaux, Territoire de Belfort, France, 25-28 September 2005

Fortepiano reconstruction of a Florentine fortepiano c. 1720 in the manner of Bartolomeo Cristofori,
made by Keith Hill (Manchester, Michigan, USA, 1999)

Publishers: G. Henle Verlag (Polonaises); Nagel Verlag, Kassel (Sonata); Schott, Mainz (Fantasia)

℗ & © 2007 Naxos Rights International Ltd.

Booklet notes in English • Kommentar auf Deutsch

Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 747313296620
  • Label Code: LC 05537
  • Matrix / Runout: [Sonopress Logo] 5243154/8.557966 21
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI 0788
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Rights Society: GEMA