|The "Well-tempered Clavier" Book I|
|Fuga I A 4 Voci Bwv846||1:43|
|Fuga V A 4 Voci Bwv850||1:41|
|Fuga XII A 4 Voci Bwv857||4:07|
|Fuga XIV A 4 Voci Bwv859||2:52|
|Fuga XVI A 4 Voci Bwv861||1:25|
|Fuga XVII A 4 Voci Bwv862||1:30|
|Fuga XVIII A 4 Voci Bwv863||2:19|
|Fuga XX A 4 Voci Bwv865||3:55|
|Fuga XXIII A 4 Voci Bwv868||1:36|
|Fuga XXIV A 4 Voci Bwv869||6:21|
|The "Well-tempered Clavier" Book II|
|Fuga II A 4 Voci Bwv871||1:29|
|Fuga V A 4 Voci Bwv874||1:43|
|Fuga VII A 4 Voci Bwv 876||1:46|
|Fuga VIII A 4 Voci Bwv877||1:54|
|Fuga IX A 4 Voci Bwv878||3:02|
|Fuga XVI A 4 Voci Bwv885||2:31|
|Fuga XVII A 4 Voci Bwv886||2:15|
|Fuga XXII A 4 Voci Bwv891||3:19|
|Fuga XXIII A 4 Voci Bwv892||3:09|
|Fuga IV A 5 Voci Bwv849||4:29|
|Fuga XXII A 5 Voci Bwv867 (From Book I)||4:01|
|4777458||Bach*, Emerson String Quartet||Bach*, Emerson String Quartet - Bach Fugues (CD)||Deutsche Grammophon||4777458||Europe||2008|
|B0010855-02||Bach*, Emerson String Quartet||Bach*, Emerson String Quartet - Fugues (CD, Club)||Deutsche Grammophon||B0010855-02||US||2008|
Performers: Emerson String Quartet. This is arguable, but is likely to become the essential point on which many listeners’ appreciation of this recording will hinge.
The Emerson String Quartet in a best selling Bach world-premiere recording. Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750). The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book 1, BWV 846-869. arr. for strings by E. A. Förster. Fugues From Bach's 48" On Strings. Music is the most self-referential of the arts. Because individual pitches, the elements that make it up, have no external associations, repetition becomes music's most important organizing principle.
Fugues: Best 2 songs. Emerson String Quartet, Иоганн Себастьян Бах - Fugue in A flat major, BWV 886 02:15. Emerson String Quartet, Иоганн Себастьян Бах - Fugue In A Flat Major, BWV 862 01:30. Emerson String Quartet, Иоганн Себастьян Бах: best 2 tracks. Gheorghe Zamfir, Иоганн Себастьян Бах - . Bach: Suite N. in D, BWV 1068 - 2. Air The Lonely Shepherd, 1997 04:43. Sam Yelda, Иоганн Себастьян Бах - Invention 13 My Revelation, 2005 01:03. Artist: Иоганн Себастьян Бах Emerson String Quartet.
by Emerson String Quartet - 21 Tracks - 57:17. Release date 01/01/2008. Fugue In F Minor, BWV 857. Emerson String Quartet. 4. Das Wohltemperierte Klavier: Book 1, BWV 846-869, 4-/5-part fugues - . Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier: Book 1, BWV 846-869 - Fugue In F Sharp Minor, BWV 859. 5. Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier: Book 1, BWV 846-869 - Fugue In G Minor, BWV 861. 6.
On the one hand, sharing out Bach’s keyboard fugues among four players trivialises them; on the other, the threads of counterpoint are more clearly distinguished. The two five-voice fugues are included with a guest and an exciting thickening of the texture. Meanwhile, one becomes aware of the brevity of the pieces. With only one part to worry about, each player always seems ready to play on.
Listen to music from Emerson String Quartet like Haydn: String Quartet In F Minor, Hob. III:35, O. 0 N. - 3. Adagio, Schubert: String Quartet N. 2 In C Minor, D. 703 "Quartettsatz" - Andante - Allegro assai & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Emerson String Quartet. The Emerson String Quartet stands alone in the history of string quartets with an unparalleled list of achievements over three decades: more than thirty acclaimed recordings since 1987, nine Grammy® Awards (including two for Best Classical Album, an unprecedented honor for a chamber music group), three Gramophone Awards, the coveted Avery Fisher Prize and cycles of the complete Beethoven, Bartók, Mendelssohn and.
The string quartet was not part of Bach's compositional world, but its origins were temporally close enough to the Art of Fugue to make quartet performances sound just a little "off" from Bach's Baroque sound ideal. The liner notes of the Emerson Quartet's new recording of the work play up the cerebral aspect of the string quartet image; they seethe with diagrams and deep thoughts. But the cerebrations of a Classical string quartet are the witty dialogues of Diderot, not the solitary metaphysics of Leibnitz.
Although almost all Bach’s Fugues were originally written for keyboard instruments their musical content is of such high quality that you quite often hear them arranged for different forces. One benefit of this is that separate instruments can make it easier for listeners to hear the various voices and the way the statements of the subject and countersubject are interwoven. Two such groups to have tackled some of these fugues recently are the Emerson String Quartet and Onyx Brass Quintet. From a performing perspective it creates a whole set of new challenges