J.C. Bach - 18 Concertos For Clavier and Orch. - Ingrid Haebler - Sealed Classical 5LP

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J.C. Bach - I 18 Concerti Per Il Pianoforte E Orchestra, Op.1, 7 & 13

Ingrid Haebler
Hammerklavier
Capella Academica Wien
Eduard Melkus


Label: Philips
Cat#: 6768 001
Format: 5 × Vinyl, LP
Box Set
Original Sealed
Country: Netherlands
Genre: Classical
Style: Classical


Tracklist

Clavierkonzert B-Dur Op. 1,1
A1 1. Allegretto 6:13
A2 2. Menuetto 7:19
Clavierkonzert A-Dur Op. 1,2 12
A3 1. Andante 6:22
A4 2. Menuetto 5:13

Clavierkonzert F-Dur Op. 1,3
B1 1. Allegro 6:25
B2 2. Menuetto 5:30
Clavierkonzert G-Dur Op. 1,4
B3 1. Allegro Assai 5:26
B4 2. Andante 6:02
B5 3. Presto 1:52

Clavierkonzert C-Dur Op. 1,5
C1 1. Non Tanto Allegro 6:01
C2 2. Allegretto 2:22
Clavierkonzert D-Dur Op. 1,6
C3 1. Allegro Assai 6:21
C4 2. Andante 3:48
C5 3. Allegro Moderato 3:07


Clavierkonzert C-Dur Op. 7,1
D1 1. Allegretto 6:09
D2 2. Menuetto 4:37
Clavierkonzert F-Dur Op. 7,2
D3 1. Allegro Con Spirito 5:31
D4 2. Tempo Di Menuetto 4:58


Clavierkonzert D-Dur Op. 7,3
E1 1. Allegro Con Spirito 5:59
E2 2. Allegretto 5:08
Clavierkonzert B-Dur Op. 7,4
E3 1. Allegro Giusto 6:34
E4 2. Allegro Di Molto 3:19


Clavierkonzert Es-Dur Op. 7,5
F1 1. Allegro Di Molto (Kadenz: Ingrid Haebler) 6:48
F2 2. Andante (Kadenz: Ingrid Haebler) 6:33
F3 3. Allegro 3:27


Clavierkonzert G-Dur Op. 7,6
G1 1. Allegro 5:54
G2 2. Andante (Kadenz: Ingrid Haebler) 5:27
G3 3. Allegretto 3:38
Clevierkonzert C-Dur Op. 13,1
G4 1. Allegro 7:14
G5 2. Rondeau (Allegretto) 6:02


Clevierkonzert D-Dur Op. 13,2
H1 1. Allegro Con Spirito 6:14
H2 2. Andante 7:03
H3 3. Allegro Non Tanto 5:27

Clevierkonzert F-Dur Op. 13,3
I1 1. Allegro Con Brio 7:41
I2 2. Rondeau (Allegro) 5:22
Clavierkonzert B-Dur Op. 13,4
I3 1. Allegro 7:09
I4 2. Andante (Kadenz: Ingrid Haebler) 5:22
I5 3. Andante Con Moto 4:07

Clavierkonzert G-Dur Op. 13,5
J1 1. Allegretto 8:43
J2 2. Tempo Di Menuetto 2:58
Clavierkonzert Es-Dur Op. 13,6
J3 1. Allegro 7:10
J4 2. Andante (Tempo Di Menuetto) 7:21




For some first-class music from a second tier Classical composer, it's hard to beat ..
I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this recording.
This is the third Philips Duo issue of works by Johann Christian Bach, Bach's youngest son, and a much underrated and underappreciated composer. His work has been called "transitional" between the Baroque and Classical styles -- but I vehemently disagree: listen to some of JC's father's works -- High Baroque. To some of JC's elder brother, Carl Philip Emmanuel's, work -- THIS is clearly transitional. Now listen to JC Bach, and you are fully in the world and style of the High Classical Period -- the language is fully mature, only the structures are not as complex as they would become later iin the works of the three Viennese Masters. Remember that JC was, after learning from his father, brother, and then by absorbing all he could during his sojourn in Italy, finally isolated in England, and hence was not exposed to the innovations in Austria and Germany. Significantly for the history of Music, he knew Mozart as a boy -- and though Haydn's later influence shaped Mozart's grasp of structure most, it is the music of JC Bach in which one can find the source of the particular "sound" of Mozart, the musical language


J.C. Bach: the 18 concertos for clavier and orchestra, op.1, 7 & 13. Ingrid Haebler plays pianoforte (hammerklavier). On this recording Ingrid Haebler plays a reconstruction by Neupert of Bamberg of a typical eighteenth century instrument, which was built in 1956 to mark the bicentenary of Mozart’s birth based on examples of contemporary pianofortes. Capella Academica Wien conducted by Eduard Melkus. Superb performance !
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