JS Bach - Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord
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Cat No: KTC1596
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 26th May 2017
ArtistsGuido de Neve (violin)
Frank Agsteribbe (harpsichord)
Guido de Neve and Frank Agsteribbe are convinced that taking the descriptions of 18th-century music theorists seriously, such as Junker, Bemetzrieder/Diderot, Rousseau and Mattheson, enables them to get closer to the essence of German Baroque music. They perform the music of a Bach who, for all his greatness, is also a man of flesh and blood, who could be anxious and despairing or brilliant and bold, instead of an abstraction based solely on an objective interpretation of his scores.
For the interested listener, this means that Bach’s music is not only spiritual, but also sensual, and a whole new facet of his art has been revealed - it is about art being connected to life itself.
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