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Bach: Italian Concerto; French Overture; Four Duets; Two Capriccios

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1. I. - Hewitt Angela
2. II. andante
3. III. presto
4. I. arioso
5. II. andante. fugato
6. III. adagissimo
7. IV. aria introduction
8. V. aria di postiglione. adagio poco
9. VI. fuga all' imitazione della cornetta di postiglione
10. Capriccio en mi majeur, bwv 993
11. Duo en mi mineur, bwv 802
12. Duo en fa majeur, bwv 803
13. Duo en sol majeur, bwv 804
14. Duo en la mineur, bwv 805
15. I. ouverture
16. II. courante
17. III. gavotte I
18. IV. gavotte II
19. V. gavotte I da capo
20. VI. passepied I
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Angela Hewitt's recordings of J S Bach's keyboard works are rapidly being seen as the definitive modern survey on the piano. Such is her natural affinity for Bach's style, her aliveness to his dancing rhythms and her sensitive use of the modern instrument, that she is the natural successor to a prestigious line of great Bach pianists. This disc includes works from the second and third volumes of Bach's Clavierübung (Keyboard Practice). In the Italian Concerto and French Overture Bach demonstrates not only his skill as translating to the keyboard two of the most popular orchestral genres of the time, but also his natural assimilation of their respective national characteristics, while remaining true to his own style. These are among his happiest inspirations. The Italian Concerto brims with joyous thematic invention and allusions to solo and orchestral contrasts, while the French Overture (often called a Partita) is a lively dance suite. The Four Duets, rather like more mature Two-part Inventions, and the youthful Capriccios complete a sunny and inspirational disc.


GRAMOPHONE 'EDITOR S CHOICE GRAMOPHONE CRITICS' CHOICE 'Hewitt's playing radiates joy, wit and profound understanding of the composer's keyboard style. This series is one of the record glories of our age' (The Sunday Times) 'This enticing collection once again confirms Angela Hewitt's reputation for playing Bach on the piano' (The Penguin Guide to Compact Discs) 'Hyperion' s good sense in signing Angela Hewitt deserves yet another round of applause. Hot on the heels of her superlative account of the Goldberg Variations comes another disc that proves her status as one of today s finest Bach interpreters' (International Piano Quarterly) 'Hewitt remains today's finest exponent of Bach's keyboard music' (Gramophone) 'Stunningly beautiful ... interpretations that are winning in every way. Not a note is slighted, not a phrase undernourished. She possesses a wonderful command of the music's overall architecture and wastes no time in letting us know what it is all about.' (Fanfare, USA) 'One of the most convincing Bach pianists at the present time. These performances rate highly in my league table and deserve benchmark status' (BBC Music Magazine) 'Captivating' (The Times) 'This disc is one of the finest volumes in Hewitt's continuing Bach cycle, with marvellous engineering to match. Highly recommended' --(International Record Review)

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Outstanding CD of great music 9 février 2001
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This CD is as wonderful as all the other installments in Angel Hewitt's Bach series on Hyperion. Her playing is always clear, but always enjoyable and never hard to listen to. The CD is 79 minutes and nicely presented, with good notes. This CD is a must for anyone who likes Bach's keyboard music, even if you prefer the harpsichord. I have many recordings of Bach which I enjoy, including Schiff, Gould, and Tureck. But I find myself returning to Hewitt most often. Her recordings of the Well-Tempered Clavier and the Goldberg variations are my desert-island discs. The new version of the Penguin Guide awarded the Rosette to both volumes of her WTC (replacing Schiff), and the award is richly deserved.
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Angela Hewitt at her finest 27 juin 2005
Par Alan Lekan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
If you are newer to Bach's abundent solo keyboard music - or Angela Hewitt - then this CD is an excellent place to start. It features the popular "French Overture" and contains some of the more lyrical and "accessible" music Bach wrote for the keyboard. There is a delightful mix of Bach compositions here capturing the diverse musical styles from Italy, France, Germany and Spain. Bach shows himself to be a true "non-politico" as well as the master composer by skillfully combining these styles (namely from France and Italy) to produce works of great appeal and mastery - but in a style that is uniquely "Bach."

In the opening piece, Hewitt does great justice to Bach's tribute to the Italian concerto style with a convincing "dialog" between lighter solo episodes (tutti) and the fuller passages imitating orchestral effect (ritornello) - all on one keyboar of course. This piece is most famous for the Adagio which Hewitt infuses with much heart and soul by her delicate, thoughtful melodic lines that never approach over sentimentality. The main event of this CD must certainly be the monumental "French Overture" (aka: Partita in B minor) - a grand conception lasting some 30 minutes repleat with numerous movements of French courtly dance influence and rich in imaginative and decorative keyboard effects. Miss Hewitt wonderfully articulates these effervescent rhythms with supreme confidence and masterful result. Her ornamentations are always tasteful, seamlessly integrated and truly enthralling to hear. In the off-beat rhythms of the gigue, her semiquavers bounce off the page with great poise and the crispness of fresh-pressed linen. And she shows her masterful pianism to its fullest in the curious final "echo" movement, bringing an brilliant, orchestral quality to it.

Hiding in the shadows of these two main events are four charming little "duets." These are no mere "fillers" but delightfully catchy, two-part inventions that Hewitt plays to full effect. Rounding out the program is a most unique "program music" piece by Bach thought written around the story of his older brother's departure ("Capriccio on departure of his brother"). In it, Angela Hewitt communicates both its nostalgic sentiments with her gentle, poinant phrasing and dynamics along with the piece's festive celebratory ending with her effective creation of trumpet and horn effects. In this unique composition, Hewitt succeeds to create a wonderful range of emotive effects in one piece.

Indeed, her carefree yet tight-on-the-rails style truly seems to bring out the best of Bach's keyboard treasures - transforming them into music of great vitality and charm. Her approach to Bach is one of artistry, nuance and good taste (not unlike Schiff) but without the "directness" or the "rough edges" that can be found in other performer's approaches (Gould and Gulda, respectfully). The many great Bach performers through the last decades have given us many "pallates of color" to experience, and Hewitt's colors are most notably beauty of tone, a poetic flavor, and graceful fluidity of line at its heart. It is no wonder that Angela Hewitt has been heralded as "the premier Bach pianist of this generation." Just about any recording of Bach's keyboard music by Angela Hewitt is a safe bet for being among the top choices available, and this CD is certainly no exception. It received the highest marks from both Gramaphone and Penguin Guides while ClassicsToday gave it a perfect 10/10 for Artisty/Sound Quality. In all her Bach recordings from Hyperion, the sound quality of this recording is among the fullest and most realistically recorded (where some other recordings like her Couperin, WTC or French Suites are done with a touch more "spaciousness" but still with clarity). Also a highlight are the scholarly and detailed notes delineating the nuances of the various "dance" types that Bach encorporated into his compositions. In all, an emmensely satisfying recording from a top Bach pianist of our time. Highly recommended.
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COLLEGE DAYS 5 juillet 2007
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
During my college days, I tried to learn, on the modern piano, some of the compositions contained in this compilation (i.e. French Overture, 4 Duets for keyboard, Italian concerto, Capriccio sopra la lotananza del suo fratello dilettissimo) as played by Angela Hewitt. Since that time, I've tried to be a so-called "purist" trying to only listen to J S Bach's keyboard works on the instrument that all indications are they were supposed to be written for (i.e. harpsichord, organ, clavichord, etc.). Therefore, until the purchase of this recording, my recording collection contained no transcription of Bach's keyboard works for the modern piano. After hearing so much about Angela Hewitt, I wanted to hear her play and I am so very glad that I relented. Angela plays Bach on the modern piano with clean articulation and most of all she plays dear Johann beautifully. I particularly enjoyed the French Overture in B minor (aka Partita in B minor)--I was reminded of many hours of my hard work trying to learn that composition. Angela does not sound labored in the least; she plays that work most beautifully with a keen sense of rhythm. I also loved the Capriccio sopra la lotananza del suo fratello dilettissimo written by Bach when his brother departed. I had never heard that work; nevertheless, Angela Hewitt plays it wonderfully.

All in all, I truly love this recording and it is most delightful to hear Bach on the modern piano again as played so magnificently by Angela Hewit.
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One of my favorite Bach keyboard recordings 9 juillet 2012
Par R. Kunath - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I am just a lover of classical music and no expert on any of the knotty questions about authentic performance style for baroque music. But if you are not a harpsichord or clavichord purist, I think you will find this a CD to treasure. I first bought one about ten years ago, and I was enraptured by these performances. I have a lot of CDs of Bach keyboard works played on piano, and, though Ms. Hewitt is not a fan of his, I wouldn't be without my Glenn Gould recordings. But she is an extraordinary and distinctive talent, and I now have every one of her Bach recordings. All of them testify to Ms. Hewitt's exceptional musicianship and remarkable pianism, but this one is a special favorite. The exhilaration and bravura that she brings to the Italian Concerto are dazzling, and her performance of Bach's "Capriccio on the Departure of his Beloved Brother" (BWV 992) is nonpareil. Melville's Ishmael says that whenever it is a damp, drizzly November in his soul he takes to sea; I play Hewitt's concluding fugue from the Capriccio BWV 992 and the world is suddenly much brighter. No one has ever played it better! Listening to it on CD, a friend of mine who is a superb musician and a significant contemporary composer turned to me and said "Really crisp!" Over the last century there has been a series of truly great Bach pianists, and some of the very greatest have been female: I love many of the recordings of Landowska and Tureck, and Hewitt easily ranks with them, as well as Schiff, Gould, Fischer, and Barenboim, among the ones I know fairly well. Hyperion's pricing makes this a quite expensive disk, but it is worth every penny. Treat yourself to wonderful music played by one of its supreme interpreters!
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Very nice 3 janvier 2013
Par Stanley Crowe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I own more Murray Perahia than Angela Hewitt Bach recordings, and I'm aware of her reputation as a Bach player (and that lately she's branching out into 19th Century stuff). This recording backs up the popular reputation: it's lucid, beautifully recorded, easily accessible to the non-Baroque specialist (who wouldn't want a piano anyway!), and introduced in the booklet notes by Hewitt herself in an essay that is almost worth the price of the recording. The Italian Concerto is a beauty, and the slow movement is given a feelingful performance here that in no way strikes me as anachronistically "romantic." The Capriccio on the departure of his brother, an earlier piece, is played with an appropriate affect that is different from the Italian Concerto. It's a charmer, with Hewitt fully savoring the post-horn effects in the final two movements. The big piece is the 30-minute French Overture, with its imposing opening (more than one-third of the length of the whole) , followed by the elegant and elegantly played dance movements. If you wanted to own only one Bach recording, and the complete Goldberg Variations seem intimidating, this might be the disc for you. Lovely stuff!
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