℗ 2021 MicroFest Records
Released May 7, 2021
Duration 46m 13s
Record Label MicroFest Records
Catalogue No. MF18
Genre Classical (Guitar)
 

Aufs Lautenwerk

Daniel Lippel

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Suite in E Minor, BWV 996 (Transcr. for Guitar)  
1.1
I. Praeludio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
2:47
1.2
II. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
2:57
1.3
III. Courante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
2:31
1.4
IV. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
3:35
1.5
V. Bourée
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
1:12
1.6
VI. Gigue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
3:16
Suite in C Minor, BWV 997 (Transcr. for Guitar)  
1.7
I. Preludio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
3:02
1.8
II. Fuga
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
7:23
1.9
III. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
4:18
1.10
IV. Gigue - Double
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
3:11
Prelude, Fugue & Allegro in E-Flat Major, BWV 998 (Transcr. for Guitar)  
1.11
I. Prelude
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
2:21
1.12
II. Fuga
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
6:18
1.13
III. Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach; Daniel Lippel
3:22
Digital Booklet
“Stellar.” - NY Times “Full marks to Lippel…impressive." - Gramophone In an historic first, critically acclaimed guitarist Daniel Lippel brings these three beloved masterworks in their original keys to a classical guitar refretted in Baroque well temperament. They were written at & for the keyboard, where each key has its own unique affekt. What a joy it is to finally hear them in all of their original key-colored glory. Composer/critic Kyle Gann has said, “Playing Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier in today’s equal temperament is like exhibiting Rembrandt paintings with wax paper taped over them.” The same may well be said of Bach played on the modern equal tempered guitar.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MicroFest Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.95
-3.68 to -0.81
-19.05
-21.23 to -17.86
11
11 to 12
1
I. Praeludio
-1.32-18.5711
2
II. Allemande
-2.46-19.4111
3
III. Courante
-2.92-18.5011
4
IV. Sarabande
-1.79-21.2312
5
V. Bourée
-1.80-18.4411
6
VI. Gigue
-0.96-18.1611
7
I. Preludio
-1.08-18.3311
8
II. Fuga
-0.81-18.5412
9
III. Sarabande
-3.39-20.8812
10
IV. Gigue - Double
-3.68-21.0212
11
I. Prelude
-2.03-18.5511
12
II. Fuga
-0.81-17.8611
13
III. Allegro
-2.27-18.1111

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