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La Famille Bach : Œuvres pour orgue. Molardi.
Format : 2 CD
Total Time : 02:28:05

Recording : 05-06/04/2018
Location : Bologne
Country : Italie
Sound : Eglise / Stereo

Label : Brilliant Classics
Catalog No. : BRIL95884
EAN : 5028421958842
Price Code : DM011A

Publishing Year : 2019
Release Date : 01/05/2019

Genre : Classical
Johann Ernst Bach (1722-1777)
Fantaisie et fugue en fa
Fantaisie et fugue en ré mineur

Johann Bernhard Bach (1676-1749)
Chaconne en sol, BWV Anh. 84
"Jesus nichts als Jesus"
"Du Friedefürst, Herr Jesu Christ"
"Wir glauben all' einen Gott" (3 versions)
chaconne en si bémol, BWV Anh. 82

Johann Lorenz Bach (1695-1773)
Prélude et fugue en ré

Johann Friedrich Bach (1682-1730)
Fugue en sol mineur

Heinrich Bach (1615-1692)
"Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stund"
"Erbarm dich mein"
Fantaisie et fugue en la mineur, BWV 561
Partita sur "Wenn wir in höchstens Nöten sein", BWV Anh. 78
Partita sur "Herr christ der einge Gottes Sohn", BWV Anh. 77

Stefano Molardi, orgue (Orgue Dell'Orto e Lanzini, 2003)

Chorales, partitas and fantasias by littleknown predecessors and successors to the great Johann Sebastian, performed with idiomatic flair by an organist with an extensive Bach discography to his name. The extensive Bach family was a dynasty unusually rich in musical talent, counting among its ranks numerous composer– organists active in the Northern European Baroque tradition. This set gathers up the surviving music by Johann Lorenz Bach (1695–1773), Johann Bernhard Bach (1676– 1749), his son Johann Ernst Bach (1722– 1777), Heinrich Bach (1615–1692) and his grandson Johann Friedrich Bach (1682– 1730). These are no mere shavings from the Bachian workbench – chips off the old JS block – but beautifully crafted works by composers working in the central German- Baroque tradition, each with their own voice. Three versions of ‘Wir glauben all’ an einen Gott’ by Johann Bernard Bach treat the chorale melody to grand and elaborately woven counterpoint. A pair of multi-movement Partitas is attributed to the Bach family without firm evidence of authorship, but they both work through the verses of a chorale melody with the skill and elegance typical of the Bach family’s work as a whole. Stefano Molardi is a native of Cremona and a recognized organist, harpsichordist, conductor, and musicologist with a number of prestigious awards to his name and a career that has taken him from the Musikverein in Vienna, to Carnegie Hall in New York, and Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. On this recording he plays the Dell’Orto e Lanzini organ (2003) in the Parish Church of St Thomas, Gesso di Zola Predosa. Reviewing Molardi’s 3CD album of the complete organ music by two more scions of the Bach family, Johann Christoph and Johann Michael, Fanfare praised ‘assured, stylish performances, warmly recommended.’ ‘Molardi’s ear for the organ’s almost infinite palette of colours and textural combinations is matched by his fleet fingers and feet on the pedals. He tosses off the most technically challenging works with virtuosic dash and panache.’ (Fanfare, Nov/Dec 2014)

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