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Claudio Abbado, Giuliano Carmignola - Bach – Brandenburg Concertos BWV 1046-1051 (2008)

9-02-2016, 08:38
Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Bach – Brandenburg Concertos BWV 1046-1051
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue) / MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 01:31:25
Total Size: 529 Mb / 231 Mb


01. Concerto No.1 in F major BWV 1046: I. (Allegro)
02. II. Adagio
03. III. Allegro
04. IV. Menuetto - Trio I - Polacca - Trio II
05. Concerto No.3 in G major BWV 1048: I. (Allegro)
06. II. Adagio
07. III. Allegro
08. Concerto No.5 in D major BWV 1050: I. Allegro
09. II. Affettuoso
10. III. Allegro

01. Concerto No.6 in B flat major BWV 1051: I. (Allegro)
02. II. Adagio ma non tanto
03. III. Allegro
04. Concerto No.4 in G major BWV 1049: I. Allegro
05. II. Andante
06. III. Presto
07. Concerto No.2 in F major BWV 1047: I. (Allegro)
08. II. Andante
09. III. Allegro assai

Claudio Abbado isn't a name one associates with early music, in light of his impressive career conducting the masterworks of the Romantic and modern eras. Indeed, he didn't conduct any music by J.S. Bach with the Berlin Philharmonic until as late as 1994. Yet when he's leading the talented Orchestra Mozart of Bologna in Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, his ease with the music and his players is obvious, and the performances have almost as much Baroque style as many versions by period ensembles of greater longevity. Abbado led this ensemble in all six Brandenburgs in 2007 at the Teatro Municipale Romolo Valli in Reggio Emilio, and the live performances were recorded by Deutsche Grammophon with close attention to details, as befits chamber music. As a result, everything is crystal clear and the timbres of the instruments -- ostensibly modern, not Baroque originals -- have much of the individual character one finds in historically informed performances. Yet this should not be confused with an authentic historical re-creation, even though the tempos are brisk and the playing has a certain period tang about it. Abbado observes the main points of Baroque scholarship, such as lively tempos and small numbers of players, but the lack of free ornamentation and the minimal use of improvisation mark these as mainstream performances, albeit with appropriate touches of Baroque techniques and color.

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tiger   User offline   9 February 2016 14:04

Thanks a lot.

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