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Johann Sebastian Bach

Toyohiko Satoh

Three Solo Suites / Transcriptions for Lute

  • Type CD
  • Label Channel Classics
  • UPC 0723385187981
  • Catalog number CCS 18798
  • Release date 19 August 2002
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Bach and the lute Johann Sebastian Bach is known to modern listeners as one of the pillars of western music. In addition to his huge numbers of vocal works (such as his Cantatas and Passions) he composed music for many different instruments. Bach is known to have been an excellent organist and harpsichord player, although he seems to have prefered the clavichord, a softer instrument whose ability to achieve vibrato and dynamic change allowed for greater musical diversity. Bach is also known to have played the viola and there is even some suggestion that he may have played the lute. In a letter of recommendation for his student Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780), Bach states that Krebs had not only studied keyboad instruments and composition with him, but also the lute. Despite this assertion, it seems somewhat doubtful whether Bach actually played the lute. In all his compositions for the lute Bach always creates problems which are technically impossible for the player without some sort of modifications. In early 8th century the Arabic lute (Ud) was introduced to Europe by the Moors in their conquest and occupation of the Iberian penninsula (todays Spain). From this beginning, the standard form of the western lute gradually emerged as the prevalent musical instrument in European culture. By the 16th century the lute was so popular that it could be said "any educated person should be able to play the lute". Indeed even Da Vinci and Galilei played the lute well...

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    Suite in Es Dur (Original G Dur, BWV 1007) I. Prelude
     
    03:06
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    Suite in Es Dur (Original G Dur, BWV 1007) II. Allemande
     
    05:03
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    Suite in Es Dur (Original G Dur, BWV 1007) III. Courante
     
    03:22
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    Suite in Es Dur (Original G Dur, BWV 1007) IV. Sarabande
     
    02:45
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    Suite in Es Dur (Original G Dur, BWV 1007) V. Menuet I & II
     
    03:47
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    Suite in Es Dur (Original G Dur, BWV 1007) VI. Gigue
     
    01:55
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    Suite in A Moll (Original D Moll, BWV 1008) I. Prelude
     
    03:36
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    Suite in A Moll (Original D Moll, BWV 1008) II. Allemande
     
    03:37
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    Suite in A Moll (Original D Moll, BWV 1008) III. Courante
     
    03:16
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    Suite in A Moll (Original D Moll, BWV 1008) IV. Sarabande
     
    03:24
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    Suite in A Moll (Original D Moll, BWV 1008) V. Menuet I & II
     
    03:19
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    Suite in A Moll (Original D Moll, BWV 1008) VI. Gigue
     
    03:10
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    Suite in B Dur (Original Es Dur, BWV 1010) I. Prelude
     
    04:25
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    Suite in B Dur (Original Es Dur, BWV 1010) II. Allemande
     
    05:19
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    Suite in B Dur (Original Es Dur, BWV 1010) III. Courante
     
    04:01
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    Suite in B Dur (Original Es Dur, BWV 1010) IV. Sarabande
     
    03:44
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    Suite in B Dur (Original Es Dur, BWV 1010) V. Bourée I & II
     
    05:51
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    Suite in B Dur (Original Es Dur, BWV 1010) VI. Gigue
     
    03:44

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