French Suite No. 1 In D Minor, BWV 812 - J. S. Bach* - Andrei Gavrilov - The French Suites (CD)

Performers MIDI. These file s are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection. Performers PhotoScore. Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe , Band Plate B. XLV 2. Klassiker der Tonkunst, Bd.

Plate U. This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Neue Bach-Ausgabe , Serie V. Klavier- und Lautenwerke , Band 8. Page size is 9 x 12 inches. Mevanwy Roberts , English text. Plate E. Didenko , revisions. Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen , No. Tilden A. Russell , preface. Neue Bach-Ausgabe , Serie V. Klavier- und Lautenwerke , Band 8. Page size is 9 x 12 inches. Note: This edition was published separately and not officially part of the Neue Bach-Ausgabe.

See edition number BA when it gets posted on this page in the future is the official edition number of the NBA. Gavrilov engages in some high drama in II which works well, but his I is really fantastic with a mystery and urgency to die for. Hogwood provides an equally superb Menuet I with "hope" written all over it; his II isn't as good because of lack of variety in dynamics and ornamentation.

These three performances are very rewarding. A lively but very severe Gigue concludes the D minor Suite. It's basically a fugue whre the theme of the first half is turned on its head in the second half. But it's the severity that's on my mind. Such severe music hardly needs an extra boost from the performer, but Moroney does just that with a slow pace that made the Gugue seem to last much longer than real time. I knew I didn't think well of the interpretation when I glanced at the display on my cd player to see if it was close to over and saw that only one minute had elapsed.

The remaining versions are good; Schiff, the fastest of the group, comes closest to making the piece sound like dance music. Gavrilov is the undisputed champion for BWV He is excellent throughout the work, always adjusting to the needs of the music. Jarrett, Hogwood, Schiff, and Hewitt have much to offer. Aldwell unfortunately has problems serving the music instead of his desire to be smooth and a little laid-back. I hope this doesn't continue throught his set; most of the music of the French Suites does not cry out for a seamless and restrained reading.

Although Aldwell has some problems, Moroney is sinking fast. He is bringing little "life" to his performances.

Words like "stodgy" and "strict" and "severe" are sometimes assigned to folks like Gilbert and Hogwood. But they can't hold a candle in that department compared to Moroney. And I sincerely hope I end up eating these words as the survey progresses. Continue on Part 2. Home Page. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4. It may not be public domain elsewhere, however.

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  1. Disc 1 tracks 1 - 6 are Suite No. 1 in D Minor, BWV Tracks 7 - 12 are Suite No. 2 in C Minor, BWV Tracks 13 are Suite No. 3 in B Minor, BWV Disc 2 tracks 1 - 7 are Suite No. 4 in E Flat Major, BWV Tracks 8 - 14 are Suite No. 5 in G major, BWV Tracks 15 - 22 are Suite No. 6 in E Major, BWV 5/5(3).
  2. French Suite No.1 in D minor Alt ernative. Title Name Translations French Suite No. 1; Suite française n° 1: Authorities BNF: f: Composer Bach, Johann Sebastian: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. BWV ; BC L 19 I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IJB Key D minor Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 6 movements: Allemande Courante Authorities: BNF: f.
  3. French suite no. 1 in D minor, BWV The French Suites, BWV –, are six suites which Johann Sebastian Bach wrote for keyboard between Although suites 1–4 are typically dated to , it is possible that the first was written somewhat earlier. They were later given the name French.
  4. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group J.S. Bach: French Suite No.1 in D Minor, BWV - 1. Allemande · Vladimir Ashkenazy Bach: French Suites, BWV
  5. The Suite in D minor is the most classical of the six ‘French’ suites. Bach keeps strictly to the usual order of the dances: allemande, courante, sarabande, two minuets and a gigue. According to Francesco Corti, it is possibly even the most archaic of all Bach’s suites.
  6. Johann Sebastian Bach’s three great cycles of suites belong to the fundamental canon of keyboard literature: the Partitas and the so-called English and French Suites. It is the French Suites that have long been by far the most popular – and this was also the case at the time that they were written.
  7. Apr 16,  · French Suite No.1 in D minor BWV -I- Allemande min to min French Suite No.1 in D minor BWV -II- Courante min to min French Suite No

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