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Complete your Bach, Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra collection. Bach, Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra ‎– The Keyboard Concertos - 1. Genre: Classical.

Orchestra – Australian Chamber Orchestra. Piano, Liner Notes – Angela Hewitt. Producer – Ludger Böckenhoff. Technician – Gerd Finkenstein. Viola – Carla-Maria Rodrigues, Erkki Veltheim, Stephen King (8). Violin – Aiko Goto, Alice Evans, Helena Rathbone, Ilya Isakovich, Jane Piper, Lorna Cumming, Mark Ingwersen, Min-Tze Wu, Satu Vänskä. Recorded Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, February 4, 5, & 9, 2005.

The keyboard concertos are the last chapter in Angela Hewitt's monumental traversal of the major keyboard works of . Bach - and may well be the crowning jewel in the entire series. This of course assuming you prefer your Baroque served up on the piano versus the traditional harpsichord). In these concertos, Hewitt teams with the Australian Chamber Orchestra which she directed from a Fazioli Concert Grand (her other recordings were done on a Steinway).

Hewitt chose the Australian Chamber Orchestra after playing these works for many months with several orchestras around the world. Just hearing the first few bars of the first movement of the 6th concerto reveals how perfect Hewitt and the ACO are for each other and this music. The ACO's style and judgment are always in pefect compliment to Hewitt's playing - never overwhelming or underwhelming her gorgeous lines. For one thing, the instrumental solos and duos are often brought out as if the orchestra were made up of soloists. This is in a way in the Baroque tradition, where the instrumental parts may have been made up to highlight a well-known player, or even royalty (ie, Fredrick II of Prussia was a skilled amateur, and Quantz and other composers wrote pieces to fit his ability on the flute.

Artist: Angela Hewitt, Australian Chamber Orchestra Title: . Bach - The Keyboard Concertos Year Of Release: 2005 Label: Hyperion Genre: Classical Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: CD 1: Keyboard Concerto No. 1 in D minor, BWV1052 01. Allegro (7:38) 02. Adagio (7:18) 03. Allegro (7:51) Keyboard Concerto No. 7 in G Minor, BWV 1058 04. (3:41) 05. Andante (6:34) 06. Allegro assai (3:50) Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV1050 07.

Bach Keyboard Concertos (Hyperion). It is one thing to play Bach on a modern piano rather than a harpsichord, but it is rubbing salt into the wound to make the discarded instrument stay in the room. Hewitt plays a beautiful new Fazioli, but the period instruments of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, accompanying her with antique elegance, oblige the spurned harpsichord to tinkle jealously in the continuo, no match for the piano’s 21st-century liquid resonance.

Angela Hewitt (piano), Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti. Together with its companion Volume 2, these CDs contain all Bach’s extant concertos that feature a solo keyboard. Most were written in the 1730s and are thought to be arrangements of earlier concertos, many of which are now lost (though two will be recognized as Bach’s E major and A minor violin concertos and the sixth is an arrangement of the fourth Brandenburg). The fifth Brandenburg Concerto, with harpsichord, flute and violin soloists, dates from 1721 and is generally regarded as the first concerto for a solo keyboard instrument ever written.

Angela Hewitt (piano), Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti (conductor). Download all MP3 £. 5. Download all FLAC £. Download all ALAC £. Her Bach catalogue for Hyperion is already extensive, and here she joins the outstanding Australian Chamber Orchestra for the six concertos and two other works that spotlight the keyboard, the Fifth Brandenburg Concerto and the A minor Triple Concerto with flute (Alison Mitchell) and violin (Richard Tognetti, who also directs the orchestra). The performances call on different traditions: Hewitt plays a modern Fazioli grand, the orchestra deploys certain historically aware techniques, to the extent of having a discreet harpsichord in the continuo part

Bach (JS): Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052 - 3. Allegro. Vivaldi - Violin Concertos (Milstein, Morini, String Orchestra EMI-Tower). Giordani - Harpsichord concertos - Peiretti.