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JS Bach Suites and Fantasias, vol 1 by JungHae Kim JungHae Kim : JS Bach Suites and Fantasias, vol 1.
Deeply elegant harpsichord.


Johann Sebastian Bach's Suites and Fantasias is Ms Kim's virtuosic presentation of some of Bach's most challenging, rare and beautiful works for keyboard. The collection begins with the thrilling Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in E flat and then presents the beautiful unfinished Suite in F minor BWV 823, which exists only as a fragment. Throughout the remainder of the recording Ms Kim presents a feast for early keyboard enthusiasts, performed on a superb German instrument by John Philips after an instrument built in Dresden in 1739 by Johann Heinrich Gräbner; an instrument with which Bach is likely to have been familiar.

The recording was completed at Skywalker Sound, insuring the highest sound quality possible. This collection therefore brings together rare and beautiful compositions by Bach, superior sound quality, a gorgeous and authentic period instrument, and the skills and talents of a remarkable artist.


Songs:

1. Prelude from Prelude Fuge and Allegro in Eb Major BWV 998 (JS Bach)
2. Fugue Allegro from Prelude Fuge and Allegro in Eb Major BWV 998 (Bach)
3. Prelude from Suite in F minor BWV 823 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
4. Sarabande from Suite in F minor BWV 823 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
5. Gigue from Suite in F minor BWV 823 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
6. Prelude from Suite in E minor BWV 996 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
7. Allemande from Suite in E minor BWV 996 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
8. Courante from Suite in E minor BWV 996 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
9. Sarabande from Suite in E minor BWV 996 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
10. Bouree from Suite in E minor BWV 996 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
11. Gigue from Suite in E minor BWV 996 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

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Release date: 04/21/2017
JungHae Kim lives in California USA

Tagged as: Classical, Baroque, Renaissance, Instrumental, Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Harpsichord


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