This piece is taken from Book 2 of J.S. Bachs Forty-Eight Preludes and Fugues (also known as The Well-Tempered Clavier). A prelude could take almost any form, the only conditions being that it should be in the same key as the fugue and form a suitable preparation of the listeners.
JS Bach's Well-tempered Clavier Book I: Overview and detailed comment sections The Well-tempered Clavier Book 1 presents an incredible variety of beautiful and partly highly sophisticated keyboard pieces, each of which it makes sense to devote time to.
This essay aims to discuss interpretations of, The Well-Tempered Clavier (WTC) II, through analysis of recordings made on the piano by three pianists whose names have been closely associated with Bach performance. The analysis is based on an approach established by Julian Hellaby.His new Well-Tempered Clavier reveals many instances of interpretative refinements and rethinking.To be sure, Schiff does not always surpass his younger self. The Book 2 B flat major Prelude's newly calibrated linear profile misses the earlier traversal's suppleness and humour.Reservations aside, Schiff remains a stimulating Bach pianist who happily refuses to rest on his discographical.BWV 860 Title Prelude and fugue in G major Epithet no. 15 from The Well-Tempered Clavier I Instrument Harpsichord Genre harpsichord works Serie Das Wohltemperirte Clavier.
The Well-Tempered Clavier II, BWV 870-893. A coloured edition, analysed and defended according to the criteria that were in use during the eighteenth century. Structural analysis by Claude Charlier. Previously published: The Inventions, The Sinfoniae, The book: “For an alternative reading of the Well-Tempered Clavier”.
The prelude in C major that opens the first volume of Bach's Well-tempered Clavier may well be his most universally recognized piece of music -- and yet, as fate would have it, many of those who know it have never heard the fugue for which it is a prelude, and might in fact have no idea that it is part of a larger work that counts among the most significant and groundbreaking musical efforts.
This fugue in C major, the first fugue from the first book of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, presents several interesting aspects: The voices appear in the exposition in the unusual order of subject - answer - answer - subject. After the exposition Bach presents numerous stretti without any interruption.
Prelude and Fugue in C sharp Major, BWV 848, is a keyboard composition written by Johann Sebastian Bach.It is the third prelude and fugue in the first book of The Well-Tempered Clavier, a series of 48 preludes and fugues by the composer.
About. Bach’s famous Well-tempered Clavier, recorded for the first time on organ! Bach’s immortal 48 Preludes and Fugues in all major and minor keys was written for Clavier, and in Bach’s time that could mean any keyboard instrument: harpsichord, clavichord or organ.
Temporal Gestalt Analysis and Principles of Form and Contrast in Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 by Joseph Sowa Dr. Harker Music 603, sec. 001 11 April 2012.
The Prelude and Fugue in C-sharp minor, BWV 849, is a pair of keyboard compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach.It is the fourth prelude and fugue in the first book of The Well-Tempered Clavier, a series of 48 preludes and fugues by the composer.
My top 5 from both books of the Well-Tempered: Honorable mention: e minor, book II (love the fugue); b minor, book I (ditto, so long and mournful); C major, book I (there’s beauty in simplicity). 5. a minor, Book II. The chromatic, winding prelude.
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The Well-Tempered Clavier I No. 16 in G minor BWV 861 performed by Benjamin Alard. A sensual trill sets the tone of this pleasant prelude. It is a piece in three tempi for three parts. (For both the education of the industrious musical youngster and the enjoyment of those well-versed in this material’). BWV 861.
This is true even in Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2, which is not usually given wide dynamic range. El Bacha has specialized in Romantic repertoire, and his Bach is definitely of the old school, with liberal use of the pedals, a range of pianistic articulation, and swelling climaxes in the music.