℗ 2015 Divine Art
Released January 13, 2015
Duration 1h 05m 48s
Catalogue No. DDC25751
Genre Classical (Instrumental)
 

Johann Sebastian Bach: Italian Concerto Partita No. 2 - Fantasias and Fugues

Burkard Schliessmann

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Partita No. 2 in C Minor, BWV 826  
1.1
I. Sinfonia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
4:41
1.2
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
5:48
1.3
III. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
2:33
1.4
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
3:35
1.5
V. Rondeaux
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
1:25
1.6
VI. Capriccio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
3:57
Concerto in the Italian Style in F Major, BWV 971, "Italian Concerto"  
1.7
I. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
3:53
1.8
II. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
4:40
1.9
III. Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
3:50
Fantasia and Fugue in A Minor, BWV 904  
1.10
Fantasia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
2:50
1.11
Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
5:03
Fantasia and Fugue in C Minor, BWV 906  
1.12
Fantasia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
4:30
1.13
Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
3:34
1.14
Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
3:11
Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 903  
1.15
Fantasia
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
7:16
1.16
Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Burkard Schliessmann
5:02
Digital Booklet
Pianist Burkard Schliessmann demonstrates his individual and highly considered interpretative style on this collection dedicated to Bach's keyboard works. Showcasing Bach's two famous pieces the Partita No. 2 in C Minor and the Italian Concerto, the album also includes a special inclusion of BWV 906 which Bach left as a Fantasia and an unfinished Fugue. Schliessmann recognizes the inner soul of the music and brings it to life in a new way rather than insisting on rigid tempi and traditional Baroque styling. This recording will be welcomed as a new approach even by those who know these works very well.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Divine Art Studio Masters

Recorded at Teldex-Studios Berlin, on August 14, 2012 (Partita and Italian Concerto) and April 23, 2013 (other works) Recording Producers: Friedemann Engelbrecht & Tobias Lehmann Sound Engineering and Editing: Julian Schwenkner Piano Technician/tuning: Georges Ammann, Steinway & Sons Photographs: Matthias Heyde, Berlin Design: Stephen Sutton, Divine Art Records Programme notes: Burkard Schliessmann Translations: English: Daphne Ellis French: Daniel Fesquet
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-5.37
-12.36 to -0.30
-25.03
-30.92 to -22.36
13
11 to 15
1
I. Sinfonia
-1.75-24.3715
2
II. Allemande
-8.31-28.4012
3
III. Courante
-6.40-24.0212
4
IV. Sarabande
-12.36-30.9212
5
V. Rondeaux
-6.26-24.7212
6
VI. Capriccio
-4.55-23.9313
7
I. Allegro
-2.87-23.2413
8
II. Andante
-9.82-28.5412
9
III. Presto
-3.30-22.6913
10
Fantasia
-5.06-23.2012
11
Fugue
-6.54-23.8411
12
Fantasia
-5.12-25.4613
13
Adagio
-7.17-26.1812
14
Fugue
-4.19-23.9311
15
Fantasia
-1.87-24.7014
16
Fugue
-0.30-22.3613

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