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Georg Böhm: Complete Harpsichord Works, Vol. 1

Simone Stella

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1
Prelude in F Major
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:36
2
Capriccio in D Major
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
4:53
3
Menuet in G Major
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:32
Prelude, Fugue and Postlude in G Minor  
4
Praeludium
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
3:12
5
Fugue
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:57
6
Postlude
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:49
7
Chaconne in G Major
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
3:55
Suite No. 1 in C Minor  
8
I. Allemande
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:10
9
II. Courante
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:09
10
III. Sarabande
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:34
11
IV. Gigue
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:29
Suite No. 2 in D Major  
12
I. Ouverture
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
4:48
13
II. Air
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:30
14
III. Rigaudon - Trio
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:27
15
IV. Rondeau
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:00
16
V. Menuet
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:04
17
VI. Chaconne
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
3:29
Suite No. 3 in D Minor  
18
I. Allemande
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:45
19
II. Courante
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:33
20
III. Sarabande
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:52
21
IV. Gigue
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
0:41
Suite No. 4 in D Minor  
22
I. Allemande
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
3:15
23
II. Courante
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
2:00
24
III. Sarabande
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
4:07
25
IV. Gigue
Georg Böhm; Simone Stella
1:53
Total Playing Time    61:40
Acclaimed Italian musician Simone Stella continues his survey of Pre-Bachian German keyboard music with the complete harpsichord works of Georg Böhm, one of the most important German keyboardists and composers from the turn of the 18th century, considered a major influence on J.S. Bach. This compilation, the first of two volumes, focuses on the main nucleus of Böhm’s output, his works for harpsichord. Of chief interest are the 11 Suites, probably written for domestic performance, which are joined here by a range of other genres also common to the period.
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