|Title:||plays J.S. Bach - Partitas & Sonatas - using his famous "Vega" Bach Bow|
|Other format:||WMA MPC AAC VOC AIFF RA AUD|
|SONATA No. 1 G minor BWV 1001|
|PARTITA No.1 B minor BWV 1002|
|SONATA No. 2 A minor BWV 1003|
|PARTITA No. 2 D minor BWV 1004|
|SONATA No. 3 C Major BWV 1005|
|PARTITA No. 3 E major BWV 1006|
|DACO 147-148||Emil Telmányi||plays J.S. Bach - Partitas & Sonatas - using his famous "Vega" Bach Bow (3xLP, Mono, Box)||Danacord||DACO 147-148||Denmark||1984|
|LLA 20||Emil Telmanyi*, Bach*||Emil Telmanyi*, Bach* - Three Sonatas And Three Partitas For Unaccompanied Violin (LP, Mono, Box)||London Records||LLA 20||UK||1954|
|SBT2 1257||Emil Telmányi - Bach*||Emil Telmányi - Bach* - Six Solo Sonatas & Partitas Played With The Vega/Bach Bow (2xCD, Album, Mono, RE)||Testament||SBT2 1257||UK||2003|
Emil Telmanyi, Bach - Three Sonatas And Three Partitas For Unaccompanied Violin (LP, Mono, Box). Emil Telmányi - Bach. Emil Telmányi - Bach - Six Solo Sonatas & Partitas Played With The Vega/Bach Bow (2xCD, Album, Mono, RE). Testament.
Michael Bach performs these works using a curved bow developed by the 'Bach-Bogen' workshops. Despite ongoing doubts, even insults, attempts will continue to perform Bach's Solo Violin Sonatas and Partitas as Bach wrote them. The two solo pieces Prelude and Theme with Variations (1923) and Preludioe Presto (1928) were both composed for Telmnyi. For Bach performances and also influenced by the writings of Georg Muffat, Telmnyi asked the Danish bow-maker Arne Hjorth to make an outward-curving bow with a moveable frog so that the bow hairs could be tightened or slackened with the thumb during performance. He first used this bow for a performance of Bach in the 1950 Edinburgh Festival.
Telmanyi: Bach Sonatas & Partitas - Danacord (3LP Box). HEIFETZ - BACH Solo Violin Sonatas/Partitas 3LP RCA ED1. Signed Rare BACH VIOLIN SONATAS&PARTITAS THEO OLOF 3LP. Private Bach Solo Violin Sonatas And Partitas Theo Olof. LESLIE BUTLER Ganja RARE JAMAICAN FUNK LP LISTEN.
Before I realized the facts of the matter, I tried to convince myself that, I was not going mad, but was hearing the piece possibly played on some sort of out of tune accordion. Emil Telmanyi made music history and I find it unfortunate that he only recorded 3 of the Solo works. I don't need drugs to do that. I believe the consensus amongst music historians today is that Bach did indeed write the sonatas and partitas with the intend for the chords to be played broken. However, this doesn't mean that you couldn't do anything interesting with a curved bow that allows simultaneous playing on more than two strings.
VEGA BACH BOW for Violin played by Spivakovsky. Upon hearing, in 1957, a recording by Emil Telmányi of Bach's works for solo violin played with a curved bow, Spivakovsky purchased a VEGA BACH-Bow from Knud Vestergaard of Denmark for himself. Using the curved bow for Bach enabled him from then on to execute the whole four-string chords of the Bach sonatas and partitas with greater ease and sonority.
Emil Telmányi demonstrates to Albert Schweitzer his curved bow ("Vega" Bach Bow) in 1954. Emil Telmányi (22 June 1892 – 13 June 1988) was a Hungarian violinist. Telmányi, who was born in Arad, Partium, Transylvania, then in the Kingdom of Hungary, was also an exponent of the composer Carl Nielsen, having recorded some of his violin sonatas and his violin concerto. Telmányi settled in Copenhagen and was married to Nielsen's daughter, Anne Marie, from 1918 to 1933.
Telmányi settled in Copenhagen and was married to Nielsen's daughter, Anne Marie, from 1918 to 1933. One of his most famous recordings is a 1954 recording of Bach's Sonatas and partitas for solo violin played using a violin with what was referred to as the "Vega" Bach Bow (recorded in November 1953 and March 1954, DANA CORD, DACO 147), which could be adjusted so the player could play three or even all four strings of the violin at. once. He died, aged 95, in Holte, Denmark.
HOW was Bach's music performed during his own lifetime? The question has inspired impassioned debate and meticulous scholarship, not to mention one of the more bizarrely misguided yet fascinating musical inventions of the early 20th century: the ''Bach bow,'' designed to render three or four notes of a chord at once without requiring the player to roll the bow across strings and thereby arpeggiate the chord.
Bach: Sonatas And Partitas by Henryk Szeryng in high-resolution audio at ProStudioMasters. Bach: Sonatas And Partitas. This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.