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Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe - Bach, Vivaldi: Concerti & Praeludia mp3 download

Performer: Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe
Title: Bach, Vivaldi: Concerti & Praeludia
Style: Keyboard
Duration: 01:03:12
Released: January 12, 1999
Size MP3 version: 1684 mb
Size FLAC version: 1613 mb
Size WMA version: 1425 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 613
Format: AHX MOD AU MIDI RA MP2
Genre: Classical

Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe - Bach, Vivaldi: Concerti & Praeludia mp3 download


Skip Sempé & Olivier Fortin, harpsichords. Harpsichord after 18th century French models by Bruce Kennedy; Harpsichord after Dulcken by Martin Skowroneck. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести.

Bach, Vivaldi: Concerti & Praeludia. Concerto for solo keyboard No. 1 in D major (after Vivaldi Op. 3/9), BWV 972 (BC L189). Olivier Fortin, Skip Sempe. 7. Concerto for solo keyboard in G major (after Duke Johann Ernst), BWV 592a (BC K192). Adagio in G major, BWV 968 Arranged for 2 harpsichords by Olivier Fortin and Skip Sempé, who also "improvised" some movements. Skip Sempé (Harpsichord); Olivier Fortin (Harpsichord). Recorded at Le Paroisse de Bon Secours, Paris, France.

Skip Sempe and Oliver Fortin ate mong the realtively small percentage of active musicians today who know what to do with Bach. The clarity, energy (even rawness) and musical insight is tremendous.

Concerti and Praeludia. Main Performer or Conductor: Skip Sempe. Soloists: Skip Sempe, harpsichord Olivier Fortin, harpsichord. Instrumentation: Harpsichord. These arrangements were done by Olivier Fortin and Skip Sempe who also "improvised" some movements. The result is sometimes too full and, for me, unappealing. The slow movements are lovely but I found some of the fast movements to be too fast. The Prelude from BWV 1006 loses its harmonic flow at this speedy pace. But the technical dexterity of Sempe and Fortin is impressive. If they had slowed down a bit I would have enjoyed it more.

Bach admired Vivaldi, and the "italian style" in general. Evidently he was fascinated with it, he wrote various pieces in which there's an explicit mention of the "italian style" in the titles (like the "Italian Concerto for harpsichord", for example; the original name is "Concerto after the Italian taste").

Harpsichordist, founder and director of Masques, Olivier Fortin graduated with distinction from the Québec Conservatory in 1995. In 1997 he was awarded top prizes at the Montreal Bach Competition and the Bruges Festival, and received the Capriccio Stravagante Prize in 1998. He is increasingly in demand as a soloist and chamber musician, touring and recording throughout Europe, the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, China and South Korea with Masques, Tafelmusik and Capriccio Stravagante. He also performs with Skip Sempé and Pierre Hantaï in programs of music for two and three harpsichords.

Skip Sempé harpsichord – Olivier Fortin harpsichord. Concerto (after Vivaldi), BWV 593 Johann Sebastian Bach Concerto (after Marcello), BWV 974 Johann Sebastian Bach Pièces de clavecin en concert Jean-Philippe Rameau Allemande à 2 clavecins François Couperin Musette de Choisy François Couperin Musette de Taverny François Couperin Passacaille : L'Amphibie François Couperin Sonate, K 502 Domenico Scarlatti. Olivier Fortin harpsichord. Concerto (after Vivaldi), BWV 593 Johann Sebastian Bach. Skip Sempé harpsichord – Olivier Fortin harpsichord. They take up the Scarlatti theme of our harpsichord series, but do much more than that. Via Rameau, Couperin, and Bach, we are also treated to a grand tour of 18th-century harpsichord music.

Olivier Fortin download free and listen online. Skip Sempé, Olivier Fortin, Pierre Hantaï Captain Digorie Pipers Galliard. Skip Sempé, Olivier Fortin Ballo della Granduca. Ensemble Masques, Olivier Fortin Passacaglia in G Minor.

Skip Sempé and Olivier Fortin perform Bach. 12 October 2016 - 11:44am. Submitted by Music Freelance. Album title: JS Bach. Composer(s): JS Bach. Works: Preludes & Fugues – in C, BWV545; in G, BWV541; in C, BWV547; Organ Concerto in A minor (after Vivaldi). Performer: Skip Sempé (harpsichord), Olivier Fortin (harpsichord).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Prelude and Fugue, for organ in C major, BWV 545 (BC J51) Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 5:44
2 Sonata for solo violin No. 3 in C major, BWV 1005 Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 9:31
3 Concerto for solo keyboard No. 3 in D minor (after Alessandro Marcello), BWV 974 (BC L194) Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 2:55
4 Adagio, for keyboard in G major, BWV 968 (BC L185) Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 6:48
5 Prelude and Fugue, for organ in G major, BWV 541 (BC J22) Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 6:48
6 Concerto for solo keyboard No. 1 in D major (after Vivaldi Op. 3/9), BWV 972 (BC L189) Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 8:39
7 Concerto for solo keyboard in G major (after Duke Johann Ernst), BWV 592a (BC K192) Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 2:56
8 Suite for solo cello No. 4 in E flat major, BWV 1010 Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 4:44
9 Sonata for keyboard in C major (after J. A. Reincken), BWV 966 (BC L186) Olivier Fortin / Skip Sempe 16:18

Credits

Francois Brillet - Editing
Olivier Fortin - Primary Artist
Matthew Gurewitsch - Liner Notes
Jean-Marc Laisne - Recording
Mary Pardoe - Translation
Skip Sempe - Harpsichord, Primary Artist
Ramon Vilalta - Translation