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J.S. Bach: Partitas, BWV 825-830

Menno van Delft

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Partita No. 1 in B-Flat Major, BWV 825  
1.1
I. Praeludium
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:09
1.2
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:48
1.3
III. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
3:03
1.4
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:50
1.5
V. Menuet I & II
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:54
1.6
VI. Giga
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:39
Partita No. 2 in C Minor, BWV 826  
1.7
I. Sinfonia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:36
1.8
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:37
1.9
III. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:41
1.10
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
3:07
1.11
V. Rondeaux
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
1:54
1.12
VI. Capriccio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:34
Partita No. 3 in A Minor, BWV 827  
1.13
I. Fantasia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:39
1.14
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
3:27
1.15
III. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
3:34
1.16
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:44
1.17
V. Burlesca
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
1:42
1.18
VI. Scherzo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
1:12
1.19
VII. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:11
Partita No. 4 in D Major, BWV 828  
2.1
I. Ouverture
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
6:29
2.2
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:48
2.3
III. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:44
2.4
IV. Aria
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
1:31
2.5
V. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
3:55
2.6
VI. Menuet
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
1:26
2.7
VII. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:39
Partita No. 5 in G Major, BWV 829  
2.8
I. Praeambulum
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:53
2.9
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:02
2.10
III. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:07
2.11
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:09
2.12
V. Tempo di Menuetto
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:04
2.13
VI. Passepied
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
1:37
2.14
VII. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
4:46
Partita No. 6 in E Minor, BWV 830  
2.15
I. Toccata
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
6:59
2.16
II. Allemanda
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:45
2.17
III. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:40
2.18
IV. Air
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
1:33
2.19
V. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
7:01
2.20
VI. Tempo di Gavotta
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
2:07
2.21
VII. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Menno van Delft
3:34
Total Playing Time    2:13:10
Recorded in the inspirational surroundings of The Cobbe Collection of early keyboard instruments, the celebrated early keyboardist Menno van Delft makes his Resonus solo debut with the six partitas comprising the first part of Bach's Clavier-Übung series. Using an original 1784 instrument by Christian Gotthelf Hoffmann (one of only two remaining clavichords from this maker), van Delft performs these works on Bach's most favoured keyboard instrument. Born in 1963 in Amsterdam, van Delft studied harpsichord, organ, and musicology at the Sweelinck Conservatory in The Hague and the University of Utrecht. In 1988 van Delft won the clavichord prize at the C. Ph. E. Bach Competition in Hamburg and subsequently made his debut at the Holland Festival Early Music Utrecht. He teaches harpsichord, clavichord and basso continuo at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and the Hochschule fur Musik und Theater in Hamburg.
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