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  • Interprète: Davitt Moroney (clavecin)
  • Compositeur: Johann Sebastian Bach
  • CD (1 janvier 1970)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: Wea
  • ASIN : B000031WJE
  • Autres versions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Gigue suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  2. Bourree suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  3. Petit menuet suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  4. Menuet polonais suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  5. Gavotte suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  6. Sarabande suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  7. Courante suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  8. Allemande suite n6 mi maj bwv817
  9. Gigue suite n5 sol maj bwv816
  10. Loure suite n5 sol maj bwv816
  11. Bourree suite n5 sol maj bwv816
  12. Gavotte suite n5 sol maj bwv816
  13. Sarabande suite n5 sol maj bwv816
  14. Courante suite n5 sol maj bwv816
  15. Allemande suite n5 sol maj bwv816
  16. Gigue suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  17. Menuet suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  18. Air suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  19. Gavotte 2 suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  20. Gavotte 1 suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  21. Sarabande suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  22. Courante suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  23. Allemande suite n4 mi b maj bwv815
  24. Gigue suite n3 si min bwv814
  25. Menuets 1 2 suite n3 si min bwv814
  26. Anglaise suite n3 si min bwv814
  27. Sarabande suite n3 si min bwv814
  28. Courante suite n3 si min bwv814
  29. Allemande suite n3 si min bwv814
  30. Gigue suite n2 ut min bwv 813
  31. Menuets 1 2 suite n2 ut min bwv 813
  32. Air suite n2 ut min bwv 813
  33. Sarabande suite n2 ut min bwv 813
  34. Courante suite n2 ut min bwv 813
  35. Allemande suite n2 ut min bwv 813
  36. Gigue suite n1 re min bwv 812
  37. Menuets 1 2 suite n1 re min bwv 812
  38. Sarabande suite n1 re min bwv 812
  39. Courante suite n1 re min bwv 812
  40. Allemande suite n1 re min bwv 812
  41. Menuets 1 2 suite mi b maj bwv 819a
  42. Bourree suite mi b maj bwv 819a
  43. Sarabande a 3 suite mi b maj bwv 819a
  44. Courante suite mi b maj bwv 819a
  45. Allemande suite mi b maj bwv 819a
  46. Allemande suite mi b maj bwv 819a
  47. Gigue suite la min bwv 818a
  48. Menuet suite la min bwv 818a
  49. Sarabande suite la min bwv 818a
  50. Courante suite la min bwv 818a
  51. Allemande suite la min bwv 818a
  52. Prelude fort gai suite la min bwv 818a

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HASH(0x9a459e34) étoiles sur 5 Accuracy, authenticity, edifying listening 31 août 2004
Par Leslie Richford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Professor Davitt Moroney is one of today's leading experts on Johann Sebastian Bach's harpsichord music and is particularly celebrated for his complete recording of Bach's "Art of Fugue" for Harmonia Mundi. Moroney studied with Kenneth Gilbert and has a penchant for strict authenticity and accuracy. That may be why this recording of Bach's French Suites is longer than most: Moroney includes every note including all the repeats and even the recently-discovered second Gavotte from Suite Number 4. As this 1990 Virgin Classics recording is exemplary in its clarity, the whole makes for some edifying and even exciting listening for those who love Bach in period performance. (You would hardly know you were listening to the same music that Glenn Gould recorded in his inimitable style on a modern piano.)

I do have a couple of quibbles, however. The choice of a copy of the famous Ruckers/Taskin harpsichord of 1780 by John Phillips does yield a beautiful tone throughout, yet this harpsichord is of strictly French provenience and would, in my opinion, be more suited to Rameau than Bach, whose "French Suites" would most likely have been played by the composer himself on a German or Saxon instrument which would have sounded robuster and somewhat less elegant. In fact, the whole recording tends to turn Bach into a French composer: Moroney plays the music very much in the French style, and the music was even recorded in a French château! It should perhaps be borne in mind that Bach never travelled to France; he was firmly rooted in the Eastern-Central parts of Germany.

This budget-priced re-issue comes with practically no background information; the accompanying text is only one booklet-page long and contains nothing about the music itself except for the unqualified statement that these suites are "perfect expressions of the French harpsichord style".
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HASH(0x9a371900) étoiles sur 5 Unassuming excellence 22 novembre 2005
Par Kris Marker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
There is a comparison on the web somewhere of some different renditions of the French Suites on harpsichord (and one on piano I think). The reviewer initially doesn't seem to think very highly of Davitt Moroney's interpretation, but as he goes on, Suite by Suite, begins warming up to it and finally concludes it's one of the best. I can understand that review because the playing is, in a way, unassuming. Yet, it is masterful. And quite inviting. This last quality magnifies the effect of Suite #4's opening, which, for me, is that of invitation to a magnificent realm. The playing out of that realm here reveals the integrity of the Suites and their individual characters quite nicely. Just excellent.
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HASH(0x9af1b2a0) étoiles sur 5 One of the best Bach CD's I've ever bought! 5 mai 2003
Par Ali Pezeshkpour - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is one of the best CD�s I�ve ever bought. The performer knows just how to play each piece on the harpsichord so that the ornamentation does not steal from beauty of the actual music yet so that his skill in interpreting the music is clearly displayed. Each dance�s repeats are played, allowing your ears to indulge in each dance twice. In fact, the music was recorded so well that I decided to learn Suite 3 in B minor. This collection builds the case for proving just how much of a genius Bach was.
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HASH(0x9a1120fc) étoiles sur 5 Stolid, unshapely, objective Bach 12 juin 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is the old-fashioned Bach that we thought the early-music movement had swept away. Moroney's rhythmic sense is one governed by the "unelasticher Takt" notion promulgated in the 20's and 30's. Since the 1960's, however, early-music specialists have been arguing that such fixity in rhythm and tempo is distinctly anti-historical for Bach. Where has Moroney been during all this heady debate? His rhythmic sense seems born of 1945.
There is little sweep or gesture in this recording to recommend it. Likewise, his range of articulations is narrow and inexpressive.
In addition, I find the harpsichord he plays singularly uninteresting, it's tone lacking in behavior.
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HASH(0x9a6bf7bc) étoiles sur 5 Documentary Bach, for those who like their Bach uninterpreted 1 août 2007
Par Artusi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recording will serve those who want the aural equivalent of an Urtext edition very well. The performance is objective in every sense, being uninflected by an evident interpretation. Much better are the Leonhardt, Cates, Brookshire, and Rousset recordings, by a very wide margin. Each of these recordings features a distinctive interpretive approach that one can like or dislike. Moroney's approach will offend no one, but will likely bore many. This recording is representative of the pseudo-authenticity that reached a peak in popularity around 1980, but which has not worn well, have been superceded by a new wave of early music performers, each with his or her own voice. Moroney plays much as an editor edits, seeking absolute "transparency" through his unwillingness to inflict his own hand on the "text."
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