C.P.E. Bach: The Solo Keyboard Music, Vol. 34 Miklós Spányi

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2017

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
01.12.2017

Label: BIS

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

Interpret: Miklós Spányi

Komponist: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

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  • Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788): Rondo in A Major, Wq. 58 No. 1, H. 276:
  • 1Rondo in A Major, Wq. 58 No. 1, H. 27606:14
  • Keyboard Sonata in G Major, Wq. 58 No. 2, H. 273:
  • 2Keyboard Sonata in G Major, Wq. 58 No. 2, H. 273: I. Grazioso01:53
  • 3Keyboard Sonata in G Major, Wq. 58 No. 2, H. 273: II. Larghetto e sostenuto - Largo02:24
  • 4Keyboard Sonata in G Major, Wq. 58 No. 2, H. 273: III. Allegretto02:01
  • Rondo in E Major, Wq. 58 No. 3, H. 274:
  • 5Rondo in E Major, Wq. 58 No. 3, H. 27405:20
  • Keboard Sonata in E Minor, Wq. 58 No. 4, H. 188:
  • 6Keboard Sonata in E Minor, Wq. 58 No. 4, H. 188: I. Allegretto07:20
  • 7Keboard Sonata in E Minor, Wq. 58 No. 4, H. 188: II. Andantino02:39
  • 8Keyboard Sonata in E Minor, Wq. 58 No. 4, H. 188: III. Allegro assai04:39
  • Rondo in B-Flat Major, Wq. 58 No. 5, H. 267:
  • 9Rondo in B-Flat Major, Wq. 58 No. 5, H. 26706:13
  • Fantasy in E-Flat Major, Wq. 58 No. 6, H. 277:
  • 10Fantasy in E-Flat Major, Wq. 58 No. 6, H. 27707:43
  • Fantasy in A Major, Wq. 58 No. 7, H. 278:
  • 11Fantasy in A Major, Wq. 58 No. 7, H. 27808:28
  • Keyboard Sonata in F Major, Wq. 65 No. 19, H. 49:
  • 12Keyboard Sonata in F Major, Wq. 65 No. 19, H. 49: I. Presto01:29
  • 13Keyboard Sonata in F Major, Wq. 65 No. 19, H. 49: II. Andantino01:32
  • 14Keyboard Sonata in F Major, Wq. 65 No. 19, H. 49: III. Alla polacca02:03
  • Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259:
  • 15Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Theme01:37
  • 16Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 101:31
  • 17Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 201:20
  • 18Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 301:39
  • 19Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 401:37
  • 20Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 501:25
  • 21Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 601:36
  • 22Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 702:12
  • 23Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 801:46
  • 24Arioso with 20 Variations in C Major, Wq. 118 No. 10, H. 259: Var. 901:46
  • Total Runtime01:16:27

Info zu C.P.E. Bach: The Solo Keyboard Music, Vol. 34

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach had begun his series für Kenner und Liebhaber – ‘for Connaisseurs and Amateurs’ – with the traditional formula of a set of six sonatas, but became more unconventional in the second and third collection in which he alternated three sonatas with three rondos. With the fourth instalment, published in 1783, he went further still as he increased the number of pieces to seven and added ‘free fantasias’ to the sonatas and rondos.

Continuing his survey of Bach’s keyboard music – and the Kenner und Liebhaber series – Miklós Spányi performs the collection on a tangent piano, an early form of the piano with strings that are struck by small wooden slips (‘tangents’). The basic sound of the instrument is reminiscent of the harpsichord, but this can be modified in a number of ways through the use of various devices. Spányi rounds off the programme with two further works, of which the Sonata in F major, Wq 65/19 may be the very last keyboard composition that Bach completed during his lifetime.

Miklós Spányi, tangent piano




Miklós Spányi
was born in Budapest, Hungary. He studied organ and harpsichord at the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy in his native city with Ferenc Gergely and János Sebestyén. He continued his studies at the Royal Flemish Conservatory (Koninklijk Vlaams Muziekconservatorium) in Antwerp with Jos van Immerseel and at the Hochschule für Music in Munich with Hedwig Bilgram.

Spányi has won first prize at international harpsichord competitions in Nantes (1984) and Paris (1987). He has given concerts in most European countries as a soloist on five historical keyboard instruments (organ, harpsichord, fortepiano, clavichord, tangent piano) as well as playing continuo with various chamber music groups and orchestras. He has been artistic director of the Hungarian baroque orchestra Concerto Armonico Budapest since its foundation in 1983. He has recorded an extensive discography for different labels as a soloist and with orchestra. Between 2006-9 Miklós Spányi was artistic director of the Finnish early music group Ensemble OpusX.

For some years Miklós Spányi's work as a performer and researcher has been focused on the oeuvre of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Today he is one of the world’s most acknowledged C.P.E.Bach scholars and performers. For the Swedish label BIS he has been recording C.P.E.Bach’s Complete Keyboard Concertos as well as his Complete Solo Keyboard Music, of both series numerous cd's have already been issued. Hungaroton Records has launched the series Tangent Piano Collection with Miklós Spányi, mostly featuring chamber music with tangent piano. For Könemann Music Budapest Miklós Spányi has editied some volumes of C.P.E.Bach’s solo keyboard works. He has also worked intensively to revive C.P.E. Bach's favourite keyboard instrument, the clavichord. Miklós Spányi was teaching at the Oulu Conservatoire and the Sibelius Academy in Finland between 1990-2012. Currently he is associated as teacher with the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Mannheim, Germany, with the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary and with the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in the Netherlands. He has given masterclasses in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, France, Portugal, Hungary and Finland.



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