Bach: The Art of Fugue Accademia Bizantina Orchestra & Ottavio Dantone
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- Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080 - Arr. for Chamber Orchestra
- 11. Contrapunctus 102:57
- 22. Contrapunctus 202:52
- 33. Contrapunctus 303:08
- 44. Contrapunctus 404:17
- 55. Contrapunctus 502:54
- 66. Contrapunctus 6 a 4, im Stile francese04:04
- 77. Contrapunctus 7 a 4, per Augment et Diminut04:07
- 88. Contrapunctus 8 a 307:31
- 99. Contrapunctus 9 a 4, alla Duodecima02:31
- 1010. Contrapunctus 10 a 4, alla Decima04:44
- 1111. Contrapunctus 11 a 407:41
- 1212. Contrapunctus 12 a 4 (Rectus)01:39
- 1313. Contrapunctus 12 a 4 (Inversus)01:31
- 1414. Contrapunctus a 3 (Inversus)02:10
- 1515. Fuga a 2 Clav. (Rectus del Contrapunctus a 3)02:14
- 1616. Canon per Augmentationem in Contrario Motu05:25
- 1717. Canon in Hypodiapason02:19
- 1818. Canon alla Decima, Contrappunto alla Terza04:40
- 1919. Canon alla Duodecima, in Contrappunto alla Quinta02:24
- 2020. Fuga a 3 Soggetti07:46
Info for Bach: The Art of Fugue
Accademia Bizantina and Ottavio Dantone present a refreshing new interpretation of Bach’s The Art of Fugue.
Performed on period instruments, Dantone and a reduced ensemble bring new life to this great masterpiece.
“The superb Accademia Bizantina makes the music live and breathe” (Daily Telegraph, on Bach: Sinfonia)
“The Accademia Bizantina, under the sure and sensitive guidance of Ottavio Dantone, plays with faultless tenderness” (Daily Express, on Bach: Sinfonia)
Alessandro Tampieri, violin I
Ana Liz Ojeda, violin II
Diego Mecca, viola
Mauro Valli, cello
Stefano Demicheli, organ
Ottavio Dantone, harpsichord, direction
The Accademia Bizantina was founded in 1983 in Ravenna and today is regarded as one of the most versatile and select ensembles using original instruments which are required for the Italian repertoire of the 17th and 18th century: stylistic accuracy, imaginative interpretation and technical perfection are the particular characteristics which are appreciated in the playing of the Accademia.
The Accademia Bizantina has participated at all the important Italian and international concert series and festivals and has performed concerts in Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, England, Israel, Mexico, Holland, Switzerland, USA, Turkey and Hungary. Furthermore the ensemble has made numerous recordings for ARTS, Denon and RCA, as well as for radio and television broadcasting companies.
Since January 1996 the Accademia Bizantina has been directed by its harpsichordist Ottavio Dantone.
Ottavio Dantone - Conductor and harpsichordist
Ottavio Dantone took his diploma in organ and harpsichord at the 'G. Verdi' Conservatoire in Milan, starting his concert career when he was still very young. From the very beginning he devoted himself to an in-depth study of ancient music, quickly arousing the interest of public and crritics alike.
In 1985 he was awarded a prize for basso continuo at the International Competition in Paris, and then in 1986 at the International Competition at Bruges (two of the most important competitions in the world), and was the first Italian to have had such recognition as a harpsichordist at international level.
Since 1996 he has been musical director of Accademia Bizantina in Ravenna. In 1999, the first performance in modern times of 'Giulio Sabino' by Giuseppe Sarti marked his debut in the field of opera. Since then his usual activity as soloist and musical director of chamber ensembles has intensified with his role as conductor as he enhances his operistic repertoire from the classic to romantic period, performing both well and lesser -known operas, often as world premiers in the latter case.
His regular concert commitments have taken him to the most prestigious opera houses and international festivals.He can be heard on numerous radio and television recordings in Italy and abroad, as well as on famous recording labels as both soloist and conductor for which he has gained many awards and acclaim from international reviews.
Since 2003 he has been recording for Decca. He can be heard on numerous radio and television recordings in Italy and abroad, as well as on famous recording labels as both soloist and conductor for which he has gained many awards and acclaim from international reviews. Since 2003 he has been recording for Decca.