Label: Musical Heritage Society - 513556W • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Baroque
When J. Bach first got to know the music of Venetian maestro Antonio Vivaldi during the early s or perhaps just a bit earlier, he was significantly impressed by his Italian colleague's flair and style, and skill. Young Duke Johann Ernst of Saxe-Weimar, the nephew of Bach 's employer at the time, happened to have a taste for Larghetto - Eliot Fisk - Vivaldi Concerti & Other Works instrumental music, so Bach took it upon himself to adapt several Italian or Italianate instrumental concertos -- mostly by Vivaldibut some from Marcello, and even a bit Bauer (Reprise) - Edit Select - Phlox young Johann Ernst's own music -- for performance on harpsichord alone there is also a corresponding and contemporaneous set of such adaptations for solo organ: BWV In so doing he both pleased the Duke and began to absorb elements of the new Italian style into his own music-making.
The first of the Vivaldi concerto transcriptions is the Concerto for keyboard No. Like its source, BWV is in three movements, fast-slow-fast. The first movement, which has no tempo indication but which would have immediately been recognized by contemporary players as an allegro, begins with a handful of separate aristocratic gestures and then gains momentum and spins out continuously until its Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra - Latin For Lovers. Bach does more than just take the notes of Vivaldi 's concerto and condense them onto two staves for one player to play; he thickens the textures considerably Vivaldi loved lean music, while Bach usually loved full, rich, dense musicadding bits and fleshing out counterpoint along the way.
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