Various sonatas which Bach first conceived for flute and basso continuo were later adapted for obbligato harpsichord and flute. In addition there are some sonatas of dubious authenticity and two which are included in the Schmieder catalogue as compositions from the pen of Johann Sebastian (BWV 1020 and 1031). Some scholars believe that they were written by Carl Philipp Emanuel but this view is.
In this special collection of Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach’s complete solo flute sonatas, it is easy to hear how the composer kept his emotions close to the surface, as he pours into his works the joy and irritations of his daily life. These wonderful performances draw the listener in to the imagination of the composer and allow them to feel his innermost blushes, tears and ecstasy.
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CPE Bach’s jovial question-and-answer melodies get lost amidst sluggish phrasing and limited dynamic contrast. Fortunately, the disc is redeemed by the set of duos and trios that make up the 12 Little Pieces: there’s momentum in the dances and a spacious quality to the more reflective movements. But if you want to be inspired by the sonatas, try flautist Barthold Kuijken on the Sony.
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach wrote this E minor sonata in Frankfurt in 1737. This sonata follows the composer's preference for writing three, as opposed to four movement sonatas, and unusually begins with a slow Adagio movement and ends in a minuet. Here you can purchase and download the piano (keyboard) parts to play along to, recorded by a professional accompanist. Other flute sonatas by CPE.
CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH (1714 - 1788) The second son of the great Johann Sebastian Bach by his first wife, CPE Bach was recognised as one of the greatest harpsichordists of his time. After study at university, a privilege denied his father, he became harpsichordist to the Crown Prince of Prussia, later Frederick the Great, and left his.
Besides 'character' variations, Bach also wrote variations with large intervallic leaps in his minuets, thus offering flutists a chance to enjoy a delightfully iridescent play of tone colours. These two CPE Bach Sonatas in G Major (Wq 123) and E minor (Wq 124), both include realized basso continuo as a piano part (with figured bass included).
Report on the chamber music compositions formerly attributed to J. S. Bach. BWV 1020 Sonata in G minor for Violin (Flute) and Obbligato Harpsichord: Sources: A.: SBB Mus. ms. Bach P 1059 Copy of the score by an unknown copyist dating from the 2 nd half of the 18 th century and coming from the estate of Johann Gottfried Schicht (1753-1823). Composer indicated as: del Sig. Bach. B.: Society of.
The sonata da camera consisted almost entirely of idealized dance-tunes. On the other hand, the features of sonata da chiesa and sonata da camera then tended to be freely intermixed. Although nearly half of Bach's 1,100 surviving compositions, arrangements, and transcriptions are instrumental works, only about 4% are sonatas (Newman 1972a, 266).
C.P.E. Bach (1714-1788) was the fifth child and second surviving son of J. S. Bach and Maria Barbara Bach. Educated as a student of the law, Bach gave up his legal career to pursue music. At the age of twenty-four, he was appointed to the service of the flute-playing king, Frederick II of Prussia, and was recognized as one of the foremost clavier players in Europe. But it was his keyboard and.
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