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Johann Sebastian Bach: Goldberg Variations [CD]

Hemsch 1751] Frédérick Haas [harpsichord , Johann Sebastian Bach , . Audio CD

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1. Aria
2. Variation 1
3. Variation 2
4. Variation 3. Canone All'unisuono
5. Variation 4
6. Variation 5
7. Variation 6. Canone Alla Seconda
8. Variation 7. Al Tempo Di Giga
9. Variation 8
10. Variation 9. Canone Alla Terza
11. Variation 10. Fugetta
12. Variation 11
13. Variation 12. Canone Alla Quarta
14. Variation 13
15. Variation 14
16. Variation 15. Canone Alla Quinta. Andante
17. Variation 16. Ouverture
18. Variation 17
19. Variation 18. Canone Alla Sexta
20. Variation 19
See all 34 tracks on this disc

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"Since the 1751 Hemsch is one of the most beautiful harpsichords in existence and its tone and mechanics are perfect, why not use it here? the interpreter s role is to make sure his French harpsichord speaks decent German." Frédérick Haas French harpsichordist Frédérick Haas has made a name for himself with an aristocratic, pensive style more attuned to introspection than pyrotechnics. He has a profound knowledge of the inner workings of harpsichords, and the secrets of their fine-tuning, and wrote the quirky booklet note for this release. Frédérick Haas performs recitals on harpsichord and fortepiano, plus he directs the Ausonia ensemble. He owns this spellbindingly beautiful Henri Hemsch Harpsichord built in 1751, as well as a Ferdinand Hofmann fortepiano, from Vienna, 1785-90.

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