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Bach Performance on the Piano [Angela Hewitt] (2008)
Posted By : aliomodo | Date : 28 Jan 2022 14:17:00 | Comments : 8

Bach Performance on the Piano [Angela Hewitt] (2008)
Disk 1: x264 (mkv) | 598 kbps | English | 02:29 | 716 x 400 | 844 MB | 29.97 fps | AAC VBR 192 kbps
Disk 2: x264 (mkv) | 847 kbps | English | 01:03 | 716 x 400 | 472 MB | 29.97 fps | AAC VBR 192 kbps
Classical / Baroque
Recorded 2007 | Released 2008

"This superb two-DVD set from Hyperion offers an excellent opportunity to hear Angela Hewitt expound upon Bach performance and also presents a one-hour recital with the talented pianist." (Audiophile Audition)


Personnel:
Angela Hewitt - piano
Daniel Müller-Schott - cello [disk 1]

Recording:
Lecture filmed in the factory of Fazioli Pianoforti, Sacile, Italy
Recital filmed in the Fazioli Concert Hall, Sacile, Italy

Subtitles:
English | French | Italian | German | Spanish
(srt format, included in mkv file)

Info (Hyperion):
Angela Hewitt shares the inspiration and experience behind her award-winning playing in an illustrated lecture that explains the technical and practical steps essential for performing Bach on the piano. Angela Hewitt is a phenomenal artist who has established herself at the highest level over the last few years not least through her superb, award-winning recordings for Hyperion. Completed in 2005, her eleven-year project to record all the major keyboard works of Bach has been described as ‘one of the record glories of our age’ and has won her a huge following. She has been hailed as ‘the pre-eminent Bach pianist of our time’ and ‘nothing less than the pianist who will define Bach performance on the piano for years to come’ (Stereophile). Now for the first time she appears on a 2-DVD set. In the first disc, she conducts a ‘masterclass’, discussing all the challenges, possible pitfalls and delights in performing Bach on the piano. The second disc features Hewitt live in concert. This is an unmissable release.


Hyperion DVDA68001

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Track listing:
Disk 1 - Bach Performance on the Piano – An illustrated lecture
1. Chapter 1.0: Introduction [1'41]
2. Chapter 1.1: Preface [2'33]
3. Chapter 1.2: Early beginnings [2'46]
4. Chapter 1.3: Bach on the modern piano [6'02]
5. Chapter 2.0: The Essentials [1'04]
6. Chapter 2.1: Phrasing [4'00]
7. Chapter 2.2: Singing Tone [2'57]
8. Chapter 2.3: Choosing an Articulation [3'57]
9. Chapter 2.4: Imitating Bowing [10'04]
10. Chapter 2.5: Sonata No 2 in D major for gamba and harpsichord, BWV1028. Movement 2. Andante [4'35]
11. Chapter 2.6: Fingering [5'08]
12. Chapter 2.7: The Left Hand [1'29]
13. Chapter 2.8: Pedalling [4'08]
14. Chapter 3.0: Interpretation [2'06]
15. Chapter 3.1: Tempo [10'14]
16. Chapter 3.2: Dynamics [5'04]
17. Chapter 3.3: Rhythmic Alterations [6'31]
18. Chapter 3.4: Rubato [4'06]
19. Chapter 3.5: Keys [4'44]
20. Chapter 4.0: The Dance in Bach [1'26]
21. Chapter 4.1: Dance and the Music of J S Bach [8'17]
22. Chapter 4.2: Dance and Tempo [2'08]
23. Chapter 5.0: Learning a Fugue [4'05]
24. Chapter 5.1: Introduction [2'10]
25. Chapter 5.2: Articulation [5'06]
26. Chapter 5.3: Fingering [1'12]
27. Chapter 5.4: Interpretation [5'49]
28. Chapter 6.0: Ornamentation [3'15]
29. Chapter 6.1: Preface [2'43]
30. Chapter 6.2: Basic Rules [3'53]
31. Chapter 6.3: Adding Ornaments [7'45]
32. Chapter 7.0: Practical Advice [1'33]
33. Chapter 7.1: Editions [3'26]
34. Chapter 7.2: Practising [3'19]
35. Chapter 7.3: Memorizing [3'32]
36. Chapter 7.4: In Performance [4'15]

Disk 2 - Recital
1. Applause [0'22]
Partita No 4 in D major, BWV828
2. Movement 1: Ouverture – [Allegro] [6'22]
3. Movement 2: Allemande [9'12]
4. Movement 3: Courante [3'42]
5. Movement 4: Aria [2'09]
6. Movement 5: Sarabande [6'03]
7. Movement 6: Menuet [1'29]
8. Movement 7: Gigue [3'51]
Italian Concerto in F major, BWV971
9. Movement 1: [untitled] [3'47]
10. Movement 2: Andante [6'16]
11. Movement 3: Presto [3'27]
Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV903
12. Movement 1: Fantasia [7'42]
13. Movement 2: Fugue [5'19]


Review (International Record Review):
Angela Hewitt's comprehensive lecture to camera is addressed to a very wide spectrum of potentially interested people, ranging from music lovers through teachers, amateur pianists, more accomplished ones who have not yet played Bach, to full professionals, even those who have played his music in public … Her own Bach playing is an object-lesson in how to take on board the relevant aspects of harpsichord, clavichord and organ playing without trying to turn the piano into any of them … Hewitt wears her enormous erudition very lightly. Her insights are articulate, eloquent, sometimes profound, yet always pragmatic - in a word, she is superbly empirical.


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Posted By: lukashi Date: 28 Jan 2022 14:34:00
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Posted By: josechercheur Date: 28 Jan 2022 22:14:28
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Posted By: ribonucleic Date: 29 Jan 2022 02:09:49
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Posted By: musician3 Date: 29 Jan 2022 19:13:38
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