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Inventionen und Sinfonien / Franzosische Suite V

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Inventionen BWV 772 - 786: Inventio 1 C-Dur; Inventio 2 c-Moll; Inventio 3 D-Dur; Inventio 4 d-Moll; Inventio 5 Es-Dur; Inventio 6 E- Dur; Inventio 7 e-Moll; Inventio 8 F-Dur; Inventio 9 f-Moll; Inventio 10 G-Dur; Inventio 11 g-Moll; Inventio 12 A-Dur; Inventio 13 a-Moll; Inventio 14 B-Dur; Inventio 15 h-Moll; Sinfonien BWV 787 - 801: Sinfonia 1 C-Dur; Sinfonia 2 c-Moll; Sinfonia 3 D-Dur; Sinfonia 4 d- Moll; Sinfonia 5 Es-Dur; Sinfonia 6 E-Dur; Sinfonia 7 e-Moll; Sinfonia 8 F-Dur; Sinfonia 9 f-Moll; Sinfonia 10 G-Dur; Sinfonia 11 g-Moll; Sinfonia 12 A-Dur; Sinfonia 13 a-Moll; Sinfonia 14 B-Dur; Sinfonia 15 h-Moll; Französische Suite V in G-Dur BWV 816: Allemande; Courante; Sarabande; Gavotte; Bourrée; Loure; Gigue.

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Till Fellner: Inventionen und Sinfonien / Franzosische Suite V

Read "Inventionen und Sinfonien / Franzosische Suite V" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The available recorded music of Johann Sebastian Bach is like sex and pizza: even the worst is still pretty good. This is particularly true of the composer's keyboard music performed on modern piano. Beginning with Glenn Gould in 1955, through recordings by Andras Schiff, Angela Hewitt, and Murray Perahia in the 1980s, '90s, and '00s, Bach ...


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