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J.S. Bach: Goldberg Variations (Audio Only Version)

Jeremy Denk

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1
Aria
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
3:46
2
Variation 1
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:49
3
Variation 2
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:24
4
Variation 3: Canon on the unison
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
2:11
5
Variation 4
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:07
6
Variation 5
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:19
7
Variation 6: Canon on the second
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:13
8
Variation 7
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:42
9
Variation 8
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:40
10
Variation 9: Canon on the third
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:48
11
Variation 10: Fughetta
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:29
12
Variation 11
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:46
13
Variation 12: Canon on the fourth
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
2:22
14
Variation 13
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
5:05
15
Variation 14
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:58
16
Variation 15: Canon on the fifth
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
4:07
17
Variation 16: Overture
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
2:51
18
Variation 17
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:52
19
Variation 18: Canon on the sixth
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:25
20
Variation 19
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
0:55
21
Variation 20
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:58
22
Variation 21: Canon on the seventh
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
2:54
23
Variation 22: Alla breve
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:49
24
Variation 23
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
2:05
25
Variation 24: Canon on the octave
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
2:16
26
Variation 25
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
6:52
27
Variation 26
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:52
28
Variation 27: Canon on the ninth
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:49
29
Variation 28
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
2:08
30
Variation 29
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:45
31
Variation 30: Quodlibet
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
1:48
32
Aria da capo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Jeremy Denk
3:58
Total Playing Time    73:03
Pianist Jeremy Denk’s recording of J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations has been released on Nonesuch records.

The beloved Bach work has long been a staple of Denk’s repertoire and his performances have received critical praise. The New York Times has remarked on his “profound affinity with Bach,” and the Philadelphia Inquirer called Denk’s performance of this piece “mesmerizing,” noting that his “Bach is expressive, but not fussy or overthought. Technically unbothered by the work’s more explosive spots and remarkably fluid in its scurrying passage work, he was able to make connections between and among bits of material that sometimes occur many seconds apart.”

Jeremy Denk has established himself as one of today’s most thoughtful and compelling artists. He has appeared as soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the symphony orchestras of Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, and London. This past season included a return to Carnegie Hall in recital, as part of 13-city tour of the US, as well as a performance of Bach’s complete set of six keyboard concertos in a single evening at Lincoln Center.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nonesuch Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 3-7, 10, 14, 16, 19, 22, 23, 27, 28, 31, 32 – 44.1 kHz / 16-bit PCM

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