J.S. Bach: Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach  Giovanni Mazzocchin
- Giovanni Mazzocchin (b. 1994): Minuet in G Major, Bwv 841:
- 1Mazzocchin: Minuet in G Major, Bwv 84101:08
- Jesus, meine Zuversicht, Choral prelude, Bwv 728:
- 2Mazzocchin: Jesus, meine Zuversicht, Choral prelude, Bwv 72801:35
- Air with variations in C Minor, Bwv 991 (a. Simonetto):
- 3Mazzocchin: Air with variations in C Minor, Bwv 991 (a. Simonetto): I. Aria00:57
- 4Mazzocchin: Air with variations in C Minor, Bwv 991 (a. Simonetto): Ii. Variation I00:52
- 5Mazzocchin: Air with variations in C Minor, Bwv 991 (a. Simonetto): Iii. Variation Ii01:03
Info for J.S. Bach: Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach 
The title Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach refers to either of two manuscript notebooks Bach presented to his second wife, Anna Magdalena. Keyboard music (minuets, rondeaux, polonaises, chorales, sonatas, preludes, musettes, marches, gavottes) makes up most of both notebooks, and a few pieces for voice (songs, and arias) are included.
This is the Bach's music content of the first volume he wrote in 1722. The final Aria (and Variations) is here on the version completed by Alessandro Simonetto.
In 1721 a 20-year-old soprano employed at the princely court in Köthen married the court’s Kapellmeister, set to become the greatest composer of the age. As his second wife she married into a young family with four children, and a busy household filled with music. The music book that Johann Sebastian Bach presented to his new wife Anna Magdalena in 1722, and replaced more lavishly in 1725, treats us to a tantalizing glimpse inside this unique family, allowing us to sit beside Bach as a composer, teacher, husband and father. Over the years, these notebooks became a place for the family to share instructional exercises, favourite pieces – by Bach and other composers – to play or sing, early composition efforts from the children, and first versions of some of Bach’s more ambitious keyboard works.
Giovanni Mazzocchin, piano
is born in Bassano del Grappa in 1994. He studied at the Conservatory 'Arrigo Pedrollo' in Vicenza under the guidance of Marco Tezza.
During the years of conservatory he also attended masterclasses with some notable pianists such as Carlo Grante, Alexander Madzar and Filippo Gamba. He degreed in 2012 with high degrees, honor and special mention.
Giovanni is now student at the University of the Padua in the faculty of Computer Science, and he combines the study with the musical interest.
He is as an OnClassical artist since November 2015. A first collaboration with the label includes the recording of the late sonatas by Ludwig van Beethoven, Opus 101 & 106 (Hammerklavier) and Opus 109, 110, 111 (OnClassical Cat. OC141C), and the Bach's Goldberg Variations.
This album contains no booklet.