The Complete Keyboard Concertos - Volume 4

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dc.contributor.other Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach es
dc.contributor.other Miklós Spányi es
dc.contributor.other Péter Szűts es
dc.contributor.other Concerto Armonico es
dc.coverage.spatial Budapest, Hungary. es
dc.date.accessioned 2012-07-28T22:47:38Z
dc.date.available 2012-07-28T22:47:38Z
dc.date.copyright 1995 es
dc.date.issued 2012-07-28
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1147
dc.description.abstract The Works and their Sources Two different versions of the above-mentioned Concerto in D major have survived. We play the more richly ornamented later version preserved in a manuscript at the library of the Royal Conservatoire in Brussels. This work also raises an interesting theory. The simplicity and linearity of the right-hand part of the solo (especially in the first, less ornamented version) would suggest that this concerto was originally composed for a melody instrument. As we must assume that numerous flute con¬certos by C.P.E. Bach have been lost, all of which might still exist in keyboard ver¬sions, the idea that this concerto is one of them seems quite plausible. This already occurred to me when I played through this piece for the very first time many years ago, and I found its style strikingly different from that of the neighbouring con¬certos. Recently, my vague suppositions were supported by the scientific researches of the excellent C.P.E. Bach-scholar Elias Kulukundis. I should like to thank Jane R. Stevens for informing me of Mr. Kulukundis's researches. This theory throws a new light also upon the question of the solo instrument. It is rather obvious that a fortepiano with its thinner, flexible sound and its possibi¬lities of dynamic shading, is much closer to the flute than the noble, rich and heavy-sounding harpsichord, and is thus a more inspiring medium for transcribing a flute concerto for keyboard. For the recording of the two other concertos on this disc we used both Berlin autographs and parts from Brussels. In case of the Concerto in G major, H. 412 (W. 9), the parts contain a considerable number of mistakes (e.g. the two violin es
dc.description.tableofcontents Concerto in G major, H.412 (W.9); Allegro, Adagio, Allegro assai-- Concerto in D minor, H.420 (W.17); Allegro, Un poco adagio, Allegro-- Concerto in D major, H.420 (W.13). es
dc.format.medium 1 CD-Rom (65 min., 55 seg.) : Stereo ; 4 3/4 plg. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M. Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 37717788 es
dc.subject.lcsh Concertos (Harpsichord with string orchestra) es
dc.title The Complete Keyboard Concertos - Volume 4 es
dc.title.alternative Los Conciertos Completos para Clavicémbalo - Volumen 4 es
dc.title.alternative Conciertos (para Clavecín con Orquesta de Cuerdas) es
dc.language.rfc3066 eng es
dc.rights.holder Grammofon AB BIS es
dc.identifier.classification 7318590007686 es
dc.subject.cdu B.CPE.08 es


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1. Concerto in G major, H.412 (W.9)-Allegro.mp3 8:37 5.908Mb Unknown Mp3
2. Concerto in G major, H.412 (W.9)-Adagio.mp3 6:51 4.692Mb Unknown Mp3
6. Concerto in D minor, H.420 (W.17)-Allegro.mp3 7:08 4.885Mb Unknown Mp3
7. Concerto in D major, H.420 (W.13)-Allegro.mp3 7:34 5.185Mb Unknown Mp3
8. Concerto in ... (W.13)-Un poco andante.mp3 7:04 4.849Mb Unknown Mp3
9. Concerto in ... 20 (W.13)-Alegro assai.mp3 5:34 3.822Mb Unknown Mp3
Concerto in D minor, H.420 (W.17).wav 22:19 225.3Mb WAV audio WAV
Concerto in D major, H.416 (W.13).wav 20:07 203.0Mb WAV audio WAV
3. Concerto in ... 12 (W.9)-Allegro assai.mp3 6:55 4.745Mb Unknown Mp3
4. Concerto in D minor, H.420 (W.17)-Allegro.mp3 8:06 5.550Mb Unknown Mp3
5. Concerto in ... (W.17)-Un poco adagio.mp3 7:12 4.937Mb Unknown Mp3
Concerto in G major, H.412 (W.9).wav 22:17 224.8Mb WAV audio WAV

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