Bach, Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra - The Keyboard Concertos - 2 album flac
|Keyboard Concerto No 4 In A Major BWV1055||13:41|
|Allegro Ma Non Tanto||4:39|
|Keyboard Concerto No 3 In D Major BWV1054||16:13|
|Adagio E Piano Sempre||6:05|
|Keyboard Concerto No 2 In E Major BWV1053||19:15|
|Keyboard Concerto No 5 In F Minor BWV1056||9:47|
|Keyboard Concerto No 6 In F Major BWV1057||16:33|
|CDA67308||Bach*, Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra||Bach*, Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra - The Keyboard Concertos - 2 (CD, Album)||Hyperion||CDA67308||UK||2005|
|CDA67308||Bach*, Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra||Bach*, Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra - The Keyboard Concertos - 2 (15xFile, MP3, Album, VBR)||Hyperion||CDA67308||UK||2005|
|SACDA67308||Bach* / Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra||Bach* / Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra - The Keyboard Concertos - 2 (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album)||Hyperion||SACDA67308||UK||2005|
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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Keyboard Concerto No 4 in A major BWV1055 Keyboard Concerto No 3 in D major BWV1054 Keyboard Concerto No 2 in E major BWV1053 Keyboard Concerto No 5 in F minor BWV1056 Keyboard Concerto No 6 in F major BWV1057. Angela Hewitt – piano, Emma Sholl & Alison Mitchell – flute Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti.
The Keyboard Concertos, Vol. 2. Angela Hewitt (piano), Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti (conductor). Super-Audio CD - Deleted. Recording details: February 2005 Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Australia Produced by Ludger Böckenhoff Engineered by Ludger Böckenhoff Release date: June 2005 Total duration: 75 minutes 20 seconds. Keyboard Concerto No 4 in A major BWV1055. Hewitt’s Bach is by now self-recommending but only after playing Bach across the world with numerous ensembles did Angela decide that the Australian Chamber Orchestra were the perfect collaborators.
Accompanied by the stylishly elegant but somewhat rough-toned Australian Chamber Orchestra led from the violin by Richard Tognetti, Hewitt 's recordings will be the benchmark for listeners who already love her playing. Hyperion's sound is not quite clear enough and not quite close enough.
S Bach: The Keyboard Concertos. Angela Hewitt (piano). Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti. Release Date: 30th Jan 2006. Catalogue No: CDA67607/8. Series: Angela Hewitt Bach. Bach, J S: Keyboard Concertos Nos. 1-7 BWV1052-1058. Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Bach: The Keyboard Concertos 1 ANGELA HEWITT piano with the Australian Chamber Orchestra The keyboard concertos are the last chapter in Angela Hewitt's monumental traversal of the m. .The sound he produces from the 1759 Guadagnini he uses is radiant. In the Brandenburg and the Triple Concerto, the two (modern) flutes not only give a truly enchanting compliment to Hewitt and Tognetti but shine as excellent soloists in themselves with an irresistable sonority and fluidity. The Hyperion recording captures all three solists in a really gorgeous sound quality. But, certainly the main attraction is Miss Hewitt as soloist Hewitt is not known for bravura or overwhelming effects, but a more delicate, lyrically-rich, lilting and "heart-felt" pianism
Bach Keyboard Concertos (Hyperion). It is one thing to play Bach on a modern piano rather than a harpsichord, but it is rubbing salt into the wound to make the discarded instrument stay in the room. Hewitt plays a beautiful new Fazioli, but the period instruments of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, accompanying her with antique elegance, oblige the spurned harpsichord to tinkle jealously in the continuo, no match for the piano’s 21st-century liquid resonance.
The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) was founded by cellist John Painter in 1975. Richard Tognetti was appointed Lead Violin in 1989 and subsequently appointed Artistic Director. As well as frequent Australian tours, the Australian Chamber Orchestra often tours Asia, Europe and the USA, including regular performances at London's Wigmore Hall, New York's Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Vienna's Musikverein and Washington's Kennedy Center.
Angela Hewitt pf Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti. These are not entirely modern-instrument performances. Angela Hewitt includes, as she says, ‘a harpsichord in its traditional role as continuo’. Their choice of repertoire, too, feels driven by a desire to celebrate Bach’s life with the violin rather than document it.
Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750) The Keyboard Concertos – 2 Keyboard Concertos: No. 2 in E BWV1053, no. 3 in D BWV1054, no. 4 in A BWV1055, no. 5 in F minor BWV1056, no. 6 in F BWV1057 Angela Hewitt (piano. Alison Mitchell, Emma Sholl (flutes) Australian Chamber Orchestra directed from the violin by Richard Tognetti Recorded 4th, 7th, 8th & 10th February 2005 in Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Australia HYPERION CDA67308 It is no doubt Angela Hewitt’s ability to make Bach a living person rather than a monument which has made her Hyperion series such a success. I have a query, though, regarding the slow movements. The Australian Chamber Orchestra is a very fine group and it has clearly taken to heart the lessons of the "authenticists".