- Performer:Nicolas Altstaedt
- Title:C.P.E. Bach: Cello Concertos
- Date of release:September 2, 2016
- Recording date:November 24, 2014 - November 26, 2014
- Recording location:St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London
- Size FLAC version1915 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1380 megabytes
- Size WMA version1888 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC VOC MP2 MOD AAC ADX
Bach: Cello Concertos, including "Cello Concerto in A Minor, H. 432, Wq. 170: I. Allegro assai", "Cello Concerto in A Minor, H. 170: II. Andante", "Cello Concerto in A Minor, H. 170: III. Allegro assai" and many more. Cello Concerto in A Minor, H. 170. Arcangelo, Jonathan Cohen & Nicolas Altstaedt.
In this adventurous album, Emmanuel Pahud (principal flautist of the Berliner Philharmoniker) takes up the witty, unique music of . These fiery performances point up cutting-edge aspects of Bach’s compositions, namely their formal innovativeness, their virtuosic solo parts, and their unpredictable emotional force. Bach: Flute Concertos Emmanuel Pahud. Bach: Cello Concertos. Nicolas Altstaedt, Arcangelo & Jonathan Cohen. Mozart: Violin Concertos. Isabelle Faust, Il Giardino Armonico & Giovanni Antonini. Jubilo - Fasch, Corelli, Torelli & Bach. Les Vents Français - Piano & Winds.
Agreeable Animated Bittersweet Cerebral Cheerful Elegant Extroverted Flashy Gentle Graceful Lively. Cadenza, Cello, Primary Artist. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
Bach - Cello Concertos. 1. Cello Concerto in A minor H432 Wq170 - I. Allegro assai. Concerti per fortepiano (Piano concertos) - Ensemble Cristofori, Arthur Schoonderwoerd. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Andreas Staier – Concertos & Solo Works for Fortepiano.
There were few important cello concertos written before the 19th century. These three works by . Bach are among the notable exceptions. Their unpredictable and fantastical qualities, which are so fundamental to the music of this composer, are given free rein by cellist Nicolas Altstaedt. He is supported by Jonathan Cohen and Arcangelo in performances of astonishing brio. Performer: Nicolas Altstaedt. Orchestra: Arcangelo. Conductor: Jonathan Cohen. Audio CD (September 2, 2016).
CPE Bach: Cello Concertos. Nicolas Altstaedt (cello). Arcangelo, Jonathan Cohen. This recording captures all the fiery wit of orchestral-soloist banter. The unpredictable and ‘fantastical’ qualities which are so fundamental to the music of C P E Bach are here given free rein by Nicolas Altstaedt, aided and abetted by Jonathan Cohen and Arcangelo in performances of astonishing brio. Whether intended for cello or harpsichord, these oeuvres are feverishly inventive.
As a result, few important cello concertos were written before the 19th century – with the notable exceptions of those by Vivaldi, . Bach, Haydn and Boccherini. Its full recognition as a solo instrument came during the Romantic era with the concertos of Schumann, Saint-Saëns and Dvořák. From then on, cello concertos have become more and more frequent.
Album title: CPE Bach. Composer(s): CPE Bach. Works: Cello Concerto in A minor, H342 Wq170; Cello Concerto in B flat, H436 Wq171; Cello Concerto in A, H439 Wq172. Performer: Nicolas Altstaedt (cello); Arcangelo/Jonathan Cohen. All three sound as well on flute and harpsichord, and it remains unclear which instrument came first in the composer’s mind. This means the cello is often singing in its middle and lower rather than its more brilliant treble register, a challenge for any soloist.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
CreditsNicolas Altstaedt - Cadenza, Cello, Primary Artist
Arcangelo - Ensemble
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Cadenza, Composer
Marco Borggreve - Photography
Jonathan Cohen - Cadenza, Conductor
David Hinitt - Engineer
Marie-Stella Paris - Liner Note Translation
Tim Parry - Booklet Editor
Adrian Peacock - Recording Producer
Simon Perry - Executive Producer
Viola Scheffel - Liner Note Translation
Richard Wigmore - Liner Notes
|Cello Concerto in A minor H432 Wq170|
|1||Allegro assai Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||9:37|
|2||Andante Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||7:53|
|3||Allegro assai Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||6:31|
|Cello Concerto in B flat major H436 Wq171|
|4||Allegretto Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||7:59|
|5||Adagio Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||7:15|
|6||Allegro assai Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||5:56|
|Cello Concerto in A major H439 Wq172|
|7||Allegro Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||6:11|
|8||Largo con sordini, mesto Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||8:20|
|9||Allegro assai Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach||Nicolas Altstaedt||4:49|