JS Bach - Little Preludes, Anna Magdalena Notebook, Inventions | Etcetera KTC1762

JS Bach - Little Preludes, Anna Magdalena Notebook, Inventions

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Label: Etcetera

Cat No: KTC1762

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Instrumental

Release Date: 29th April 2022

Contents

Works

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Aria in D minor, BWV515
Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille, BWV512
Klavierbuchlein for Anna Magdalena Bach, Book 2, BWVAnh113-132
» Air in F major, BWVAnh131
» March in D major, BWVAnh122
» March in E flat major, BWVAnh127
» March in G major, BWVAnh124
» Minuet in A minor, BWVAnh120
» Minuet in B flat major, BWVAnh118
» Minuet in C minor, BWVAnh121
» Minuet in D minor, BWVAnh132
» Minuet in F major, BWVAnh113
» Minuet in G major, BWVAnh114
» Minuet in G major, BWVAnh116
» Minuet in G minor, BWVAnh115
» Musette in D major, BWVAnh126
» Polonaise in D minor, BWVAnh128
» Polonaise in G major, BWVAnh130
» Polonaise in G minor, BWVAnh119
» Polonaise in G minor, BWVAnh123
» Polonaise in G minor, BWVAnh125
Little Preludes (5), BWV939-943
Little Preludes (6), BWV933-938
Little Preludes (9), BWV924-932
» no.1 in C major, BWV924
» no.2 in D major, BWV925
» no.3 in D minor, BWV926
» no.4 in F major, BWV927
» no.5 in F major, BWV928
» no.6 in G minor, BWV929
» no.7 in G minor, BWV930
Menuet fait par M Bohm
Prelude in C minor, BWV999
The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1, BWV846-869
» no.1 in C major, BWV846: Prelude
Two-part Inventions (15), BWV772-786
» no.1 in C major, BWV772
» no.2 in C minor, BWV773
» no.3 in D major, BWV774
» no.4 in D minor, BWV775
» no.6 in E major, BWV777
» no.8 in F major, BWV779
» no.9 in F minor, BWV780
» no.13 in A minor, BWV784
» no.14 in B flat major, BWV785

Artists

Jan Vermeulen (piano)

Works

Bach, Johann Sebastian

Aria in D minor, BWV515
Gib dich zufrieden und sei stille, BWV512
Klavierbuchlein for Anna Magdalena Bach, Book 2, BWVAnh113-132
» Air in F major, BWVAnh131
» March in D major, BWVAnh122
» March in E flat major, BWVAnh127
» March in G major, BWVAnh124
» Minuet in A minor, BWVAnh120
» Minuet in B flat major, BWVAnh118
» Minuet in C minor, BWVAnh121
» Minuet in D minor, BWVAnh132
» Minuet in F major, BWVAnh113
» Minuet in G major, BWVAnh114
» Minuet in G major, BWVAnh116
» Minuet in G minor, BWVAnh115
» Musette in D major, BWVAnh126
» Polonaise in D minor, BWVAnh128
» Polonaise in G major, BWVAnh130
» Polonaise in G minor, BWVAnh119
» Polonaise in G minor, BWVAnh123
» Polonaise in G minor, BWVAnh125
Little Preludes (5), BWV939-943
Little Preludes (6), BWV933-938
Little Preludes (9), BWV924-932
» no.1 in C major, BWV924
» no.2 in D major, BWV925
» no.3 in D minor, BWV926
» no.4 in F major, BWV927
» no.5 in F major, BWV928
» no.6 in G minor, BWV929
» no.7 in G minor, BWV930
Menuet fait par M Bohm
Prelude in C minor, BWV999
The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1, BWV846-869
» no.1 in C major, BWV846: Prelude
Two-part Inventions (15), BWV772-786
» no.1 in C major, BWV772
» no.2 in C minor, BWV773
» no.3 in D major, BWV774
» no.4 in D minor, BWV775
» no.6 in E major, BWV777
» no.8 in F major, BWV779
» no.9 in F minor, BWV780
» no.13 in A minor, BWV784
» no.14 in B flat major, BWV785

Artists

Jan Vermeulen (piano)

About

‘It’s impossible to imagine a musical training without Bach, from children’s music academies to conservatories. Bach is here to stay. When I started teaching children in the 1970s, quite a few of my colleagues were making fruitless attempts to (partially) replace Bach with Bartók’s Mikrokosmos. The children, however, had very little if any enthusiasm for Bartók’s music and their teachers eventually had to back down. Bartók, with all due respect, was no match for Bach.

‘So what makes Bach’s music so indispensable? Bach’s inventiveness in fusing melody, harmony and rhythm into a logical and coherent narrative is simply astonishing and remains unrivalled even today. For everyone blessed with an ear for music, Bach’s music evokes the same deep emotions as when it was composed some three hundred years ago. Bach was a master of polyphony as well; if you can follow the individual lines in his fugues and make them audible, you're well on your way to becoming a good pianist.’

– Jan Vermeulen

Jan Vermeulen is considered one of today’s most prominent fortepiano virtuosos. After his piano studies at the Brussels conservatory, his interest and urge for authenticity pushed him into the direction of historical instruments. His pioneering recording of the sonatas of C.M. von Weber at the beginning of the nineties marked the start of a flourishing career as a fortepiano artist.

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