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J.S.Bach - Capricci, Toccata, Little Preludes - Alexei Lubimov

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J.S.Bach - Capricci, Toccata, Little Preludes - Alexei Lubimov

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Contents:
J.S.BACH (1685 — 1750)

Capriccio in B flat major "Sopra la lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo" BWV 992 - 10.15
01. 1. Arioso. Adagio
02. 2. (Andante)
03. 3. Adagissimo
04. 4. (Andante con moto)
05. 5. Aria di Postiglione. Allegro poco
06. 6. Fuga all' imitazione della cornetta di postiglione
07. Capriccio in E major "In honorem Joh. Christoph. Bachii", BWV 993 - 5.51
Toccata in E minor, BWV 914 - 7.09
08. 1. -
09. 2. Un poco Allegro
10. 3. Adagio
11. 4. Fuga. Allegro
Twelve Little Preludes, - 11.35
12. 1. in C major, BWV 924
13. 2. in C major, BWV 939
14. 3. in C minor, BWV 999
15. 4. in D major, BWV 925
16. 5. in D minor, BWV 926
17. 6. in D minor, BWV 940
18. 7. in E minor, BWV 941
19. 8. in F major, BWV 927
20. 9. in F major, BWV 928
21. 10. in G minor, BWV 929
22. 11. in G minor, BWV 930
23. 12. in A minor, BWV 942
Six Little Preludes - 10.46
24. 1. in C major, BWV 933
25. 2. in C minor, BWV 934
26. 3. in D minor, BWV 935
27. 4. in D major, BWV 936
28. 5. in E major, BWV 937
29. 6. in E minor, BWV 938

Alexei Lubimov - "Tschudi" harpsichord, London 1766

J.S.Bach - Capricci, Toccata, Little Preludes - Alexei Lubimov

Pianist and harpsichordist Alexei Lubimov was born in 1944 in Moscow. He received musical training at the Central School of Music (A.Artobolevskaya's class) and at the Moscow Conservatoire (class of Professor H. Neuhaus and L. Naumov). In 1965 he won first prize at the International Competition of Pianists in Rio de Janeiro and in 1968 he became laureate of the international competition in Montreal. His repertoire is made up of early music, works by J. S. Bach, Vienna masters, Brahms and also 20th century music ranging from Scriabin and Debussy to Schoenberg and Webern. A. Lubimov often performs early music on original keyboard instruments. An example of this is the present recording of Bach, which was made at the M.I.Glinka Museum of Musical Culture (the USSR) performed on a "Tschudi" two-manual harpsichord (London, 1766). The Instrument was restored by V.Golosov in 1984. The "Facsimile" series contains recordings of musical works written in the 16th — early 19th centuries in their original sound. It concerns both the choice of instruments (old ones or their replicas), editing and performing devices of the epoch.
from the LP cover

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