Bach, C P E: Arioso per il cembalo e violino
This page lists all recordings of Arioso per il cembalo e violino, by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-88) on CD & download (MP3 & FLAC).
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Telemann - The Virtuoso Godfather
An unusual mix of familiar and unknown German music for flute, two viols & b.c. by Telemann and his godsons GP Kress and CPE Bach.
“There is a pleasing energy in this playing which is also supple, fluent and idiomatic. The fast movements of Telemann's two fine G major Quartets for flute, two viole di gamba and harpsichord… offer persuasive examples of what I mean.” BBC Music Magazine, October 2006 ****
“Charivari Agréable offer tasteful and well behaved performances…” Gramophone Magazine, Awards 2006
“one of the classiest baroque bands” The Observer
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C P E Bach: Sonatas for Keyboard and Violin
During CPE Bach's early years, the trio sonata underwent a number of significant changes. The keyboard, especially, made the transition from a continuo role to an independent obbligato part, with the right hand on par with the treble, melodic parts. It was then not a great step to the interesting idea of a solo piece for keyboard with the accompaniment of one or more melody instruments. This is what we witness in CPE Bach's pieces for keyboard and violin recorded here. This is the debut solo recording on ATMA of the two outstanding English musicians Adrian Butterfield and Laurence Cummings.
“ ... imaginative vitality ... formidable performer ... the supreme art with which Butterfield brings all this [variety of articulation, phrasing, and imagination] together with a sense of style that kindles the listener's interest” Le Devoir
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