Influences Laurence Oldak

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Album Veröffentlichung:
2019

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
22.11.2019

Label: Klarthe

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

Interpret: Laurence Oldak

Komponist: Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750): Partita No. 2 en Do Mineur, BWV 826:
  • 1Partita No. 2 en Do Mineur, BWV 826: I. Sinfonia04:30
  • 2Partita No. 2 en Do Mineur, BWV 826: II. Allemande04:32
  • 3Partita No. 2 en Do Mineur, BWV 826: III. Courante01:44
  • 4Partita No. 2 en Do Mineur, BWV 826: IV. Sarabande04:37
  • 5Partita No. 2 en Do Mineur, BWV 826: V. Rondeaux01:28
  • 6Partita No. 2 en Do Mineur, BWV 826: VI. Capriccio01:46
  • 7Livre 1 en Fa-Dièse Majeur, BWV 858: I. Praeludium XIII01:23
  • 8Livre 1 en Fa-Dièse Majeur, BWV 858: II. Fuga XIII a 3 voci02:10
  • Livre 2 en Fa Mineur, BWV 881:
  • 9Livre 2 en Fa Mineur, BWV 881: I. Praeludium XII a 3 voci02:24
  • 10Livre 2 en Fa Mineur, BWV 881: II. Fuga XII a 3 voci01:45
  • Johann Sebastian Bach:
  • 11« Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ »03:39
  • Prélude et Fugue en La Mineur, BWV 543:
  • 12Prélude et Fugue en La Mineur, BWV 543: I. Praeludium03:11
  • 13Prélude et Fugue en La Mineur, BWV 543: II. Fuga07:16
  • Frédéric Chopin (1810 - 1849): Sonate No. 3 en Si Mineur, Op. 58:
  • 14Sonate No. 3 en Si Mineur, Op. 58: I. Allegro Maestoso09:21
  • 15Sonate No. 3 en Si Mineur, Op. 58: II. Scherzo. Molto vivace02:57
  • 16Sonate No. 3 en Si Mineur, Op. 58: III. Largo08:47
  • 17Sonate No. 3 en Si Mineur, Op. 58: IV. Finale. Presto non tanto05:28
  • Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 - 1788): Sonate, Wq 65/32:
  • 18Sonate, Wq 65/32: II. Andante con tenerezza (Bonus Track)05:46
  • Total Runtime01:12:44

Info zu Influences

This recital program associates Bach and Chopin - is it therefore unusual? At a first glance, the four musketeers of the romantic generation born around 1810, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin and Liszt, were all marked by the resurrection of Bach's music, almost completely forgotten until then. We often remark upon the rediscovery of the St Matthew Passion directed by Mendelssohn in 1829 in Berlin, when, in reality, this particular city was one of the rare places where Bach had never really ceased living in the memory of the people, thanks to the tradition of his sons. Nevertheless, the event has a symbolic value and explains a general devotion which would affect all the great romantic musicians (with the exception of Berlioz). Mendelssohn's oratorios, his preludes and fugues for organ and piano, show this clearly: Schumann, who venerated Bach and considered his music to be "daily bread", introduced Clara to the Well-Tempered Klavier and composed his Fugues in homage to Bach; in the case of Liszt, he would make transcriptions for the piano and also compose using motifs borrowed from the model. But Chopin? None of his composition was initiated by Bach, and he seems to have only played his works once; a fragment of the Concerto BWV 1063for three keyboards, with Liszt and Hiller. Nevertheless, numerous accounts from his pupils confirm that he considered the Well Tempered Klavier to be essential repertoire. It is therefore in his music itself that one must detect a discreet but lively influence...

Laurence Oldak, piano



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