℗ 2017 Audax Records
Released October 20, 2017
Duration 1h 17m 23s
Genre Classical
 

Bach & Weiss

Johannes Pramsohler, Jadran Duncumb

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Suite in A Major for Violin and Obbligato Lute, BWV 1025  
1.1
I. Fantasia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler; Jadran Duncumb
3:01
1.2
II. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler; Jadran Duncumb
4:24
1.3
III. Entrée
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler; Jadran Duncumb
4:56
1.4
IV. Rondeau
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler; Jadran Duncumb
3:52
1.5
V. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler; Jadran Duncumb
5:40
1.6
VI. Menuett
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jadran Duncumb
3:54
1.7
VII. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jadran Duncumb
4:43
Suite in A Minor for Solo Lute, SW 42/43  
1.8
I. Allemande. Andante
Silvius Leopold Weiss; Jadran Duncumb
4:56
1.9
II. Courante
Silvius Leopold Weiss; Jadran Duncumb
5:33
1.10
III. Bourrée
Silvius Leopold Weiss; Jadran Duncumb
3:15
1.11
IV. Sarabande
Silvius Leopold Weiss; Jadran Duncumb
3:25
1.12
V. Giga. Presto
Silvius Leopold Weiss; Jadran Duncumb
4:25
Partita II in D Minor for Solo Violin, BWV 1004  
1.13
I. Allemanda
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler
4:26
1.14
II. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler
2:42
1.15
III. Sarabanda
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler
3:23
1.16
IV. Giga
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler
3:29
1.17
V. Ciaccona
Johann Sebastian Bach; Johannes Pramsohler
11:19
This release from violinist Johannes Pramsohler and lutenist Jadran Duncumb was inspired by the 1739 meeting between famed lutenist Silvius Leopold Weiss and the great J.S. Bach. In a reimagining of that encounter, Pramsohler and Duncumb perform Bach's Suite in A Major for Violin and Obbligato Lute and Partita II in D Minor for Solo Violin along with Weiss's Suite in A Minor for Solo Lute, making for a varied Baroque treat.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Audax Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.79
-9.63 to 0.00
-24.28
-29.48 to -21.20
-20.99
-26.30 to -17.90
13
12 to 15
1
I. Fantasia
-2.34-23.16-19.413
2
II. Courante
0.00-22.34-19.015
3
III. Entrée
-1.67-23.90-20.615
4
IV. Rondeau
-3.76-23.91-20.613
5
V. Sarabande
-2.85-23.93-20.213
6
VI. Menuett
-1.95-23.14-19.813
7
VII. Allegro
-1.08-23.00-19.614
8
I. Allemande. Andante
-7.29-28.33-25.314
9
II. Courante
-8.22-26.51-23.913
10
III. Bourrée
-6.53-26.26-23.412
11
IV. Sarabande
-9.63-29.48-26.312
12
V. Giga. Presto
-7.35-25.74-23.012
13
I. Allemanda
-2.88-21.37-18.013
14
II. Corrente
-0.17-22.22-18.814
15
III. Sarabanda
-3.12-24.23-20.414
16
IV. Giga
-4.20-24.09-20.714
17
V. Ciaccona
-1.30-21.20-17.914

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