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Bach: Italian Concerto - French Overture - Aria Variata

Vladimir Ashkenazy

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Partita (French Overture) For Harpsichord in B Minor, BWV 831  
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1. Ouverture
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
12:53
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2. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:53
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3. Gavotte I-II
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
3:19
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4. Passepied I-II
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
2:29
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5. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
2:59
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6. Bourrée I-II
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
2:39
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7. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
2:17
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8. Echo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
2:47
Aria variata alla maniera italiana, in A Minor, BWV 989  
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Aria
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:53
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Variatio I. Largo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:29
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Variatio II
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:00
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Variatio III
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
0:58
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Variatio IV. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:01
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Variatio V. Un poco allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:06
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Variatio VI. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:34
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Variatio VII. Un poco allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
1:09
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Variatio VIII. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
0:52
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Variatio IX
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
0:52
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Variatio X
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
2:12
Concerto in D Minor, BWV 974 - for Harpsichord-Arranged by Bach from: Oboe Concerto in D minor by Alessandro Marcello (1685-1750)  
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1. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
2:29
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2. Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
3:51
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3. Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
3:43
Italian Concerto in F, BWV 971  
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1. (Allegro)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
3:41
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2. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
4:46
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3. Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach; Vladimir Ashkenazy
3:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    67:32
"It is rare to find, in the same artist, the very highest levels of musical talent living alongside the deepest genuine humility. None has that rare combination in higher degree than Vladimir Ashkenazy."
- Gramophone

Vladimir Ashkenazy adds another title to his enormous catalogue of recordings for Decca which embraces his work as one of the most acclaimed pianists of his generation as well as over 25 years as a conductor. Ashkenazy devotes this solo album to Bach, on which he performs works including the French Overture and the Italian Concerto.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Decca Music Group Studio Masters

Executive Producer: Dominic Fyfe
Recording Producer: Jeremy Hayes
Recording Engineer: Ben Connellan
Recording Facilities: Giraffe Productions
Recording Editor: Ben Connellan
Production Co-ordinator: Sarah Mitchell
Recording Location: Potton Hall, Suffolk, 28 & 29 October 2013 (BWV 831 & 971), 25 April 2014 (BWV 974 & 989)

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