Bach-Kempff: Siciliano (Mvt. 2) from Sonata for flute & keyboard No. 2 in E flat major, BWV , transcribed for piano . Dinu Lipatti (Piano). By Johann Sebastian Bach 2 in E-Flat Major, BWV – Arr. Wilhelm Kempff: Siciliano (Von Johann Michael Bach) – Arranged by Wilhelm Kempff. The young “Evgeny Kissin” playing the most touching “Siciliano” BWV by Bach, piano trancription: Wilhelm Kempff.
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Buy this album at: Kempff wrote orchestral scores, chamber music and songs, but his pupil Idil Biret has wisely confined herself to a selection of piano transcriptions and two original works of modest ambition.
BTW, Kempff’s pedal markings, if they are his, seem rather arbitrary. Chorale Prelude Nun freut euch, liebe Christen? More surprising is the apparent presence of Debussy and the Rus-sians more or less throughout! There’s is one absolutely stunning version that was on youtube for awhile alas it is gone by the inestimable Tatiana Nikolayeva.
Wilhelm Kempff Composer Idil Biret pf. I’ve ke,pff the video on youtube. DameMyra, thank you for the valuable lead to Tatjana Nikolayeva. For me it is a discovery.
Despite his fame as a Beethovenian, Kempff was a notable exponent of Chopin and that composer’s influence is occasionally felt in the piano figuration. George Frideric Handel Composer.
Skip to main content. Recorded at Tonstudio van Geest, Heidelberg, Germany. Bach Recital II [K-3]. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music.
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There are many notes to play, sometimes spread over the whole keyboard. I had a lot of problems with the articulation. Recorded at Saal 1, Rundfunkzentrum Berlin, Germany. Forums 40 TopicsPosts 2, Members 91, Bach [Box Set] [B-1]. Bqch Recordings [K-1].
She took it much slower than most but was still able to sustain the melodic line. David Theodor Schmidt Piano. Orfeo ed Euridice, Dance of the Furies. Recorded at Beethovensaal, Hannover, Germany.
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Peter Katin plays… Piano Recital [T-1]. Hewitt Bach arrangements Review: Christoph Gluck Composer Idil Biret pf.
Help keep the forums up and running with a donationany amount is appreciated! Was bedeutet eigentlich “wohltemperiert”? Recorded at Reitstadel, Neumarkt, Germany. Subscribe Piano World PianoSupplies.
The crucial point is to have a clear concept of the piece. The Piano Sonatas [K-2]. Both his instrument and the EMI recording rather show up the defi-ciencies of the Marco Polo technicians, but of course the two recitals are not directly compar- able, kempdf many readers will want to know what to expect of Kempff’s own music.
So, since it was a transcription and very romantic in many ways, I decided I would play the staccatos more portamento with a little pedal added. Originally Posted by DameMyra. AdminGlobal ModMod.
The second Piano Sonata is oddly structured: Recorded at St Dunstan’s, Cheam, Oempff. Originally Bafh by pianoloverus Kissin plays each group of six kepff legato. Bach Transcribed [T-1] Bach-Kempff: Biret is just a shade dull and literal in the Chorale Prelude Ich ruf zu dirHerr Jesu Christ ; again Bunin goes to the other extreme with an almost impossibly broad and romantic reading.
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Yuji Plays Bach [T-1]. Recorded in Munich, Germany. The Piano Sonatas [K-2] 1. New Topics – Multiple Forums.
Wilhelm Kempff Plays Bach. Transcriptions For Piano
Even if the tempo is sociliano we have to work hard to make it sound right. Chorale Prelude Nun komm der Heiden Heilandtranscribed for piano [5: Please Pass It On! The Italian Suite begins with a virtual paraphrase of Ravel’s ”Le Gibet” from Gaspardand proceeds via a delightful ”Pastorale”, more folksy than volk ish—some delightful articulation here from Biret—and a keening, monodic ”Lamento” to a final ”Notturno” of definite albeit Mussorgskian charm.
Chaconne – Klavier Werken von J. Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings, Largo. Recorded at Imaichi Public Hall, Japan.