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C.P.E. Bach: The Solo Keyboard Music, Vol. 32

Miklós Spányi

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Keyboard Sonata in C Major, Wq. 55/1, H. 244  
1
I. Prestissimo
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
3:11
2
II. Andante
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
2:31
3
III. Allegretto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
3:10
4
Rondo in C Major, Wq. 56/1, H. 260
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
8:42
Keyboard Sonata in A Major, Wq. 55/4, H. 186  
5
I. Allegro assai
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
9:08
6
II. Poco adagio
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
4:46
7
III. Allegro
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
8:31
8
Rondo in D Major, Wq. 56/3, H. 261
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
7:04
Keyboard Sonata in G Major, Wq. 55/6, H. 187  
9
I. Allegreto moderato
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
9:57
10
II. Andante
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
3:26
11
III. Allegro di molto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
7:41
12
Rondo in A Minor, Wq. 56/5, H. 262
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Miklós Spányi
9:14
Total Playing Time    77:21
Hungarian pianist Miklós Spányi brings his series devoted to C.P.E. Bach's solo keyboard music up to its 32nd volume with this installment in the project, started in 1998. Taking note of Bach's instructions regarding the choice of instrument, Spányi performs on a tangent piano, an early form of the piano. The strings are struck by small wooden slips ("tangents") and the basic sound is reminiscent of the harpsichord, but this can be modified in a number of ways. Notably, Spányi re-recorded the Sonata No. 1, first played on a clavichord on the previous volume in the cycle, offering the opportunity to compare the effects of the two different instruments.
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