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Avi Avital - Bach (2012)

12-03-2016, 08:18
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Artist:
Title: Bach
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Deutsche Grammophone
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 00:56:50
Total Size: 335 Mb
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Tracklist:

Concerto in D minor BWV1052R
01. I. Allegro
02. II. Adagio
03. III. Allegro
Concerto in G minor BWV1056R
04. I. (Allegro)
05. II. Largo
06. III. Presto
Concerto in A minor BWV1041
07. I. (Allegro moderato)
08. II. Andante
09. III. Allegro assai
Sonata in E minor BWV1034
10. I. Adagio ma non troppo
11. II. Allegro
12. III. Andante
13. IV. Allegro

Performers:
Avi Avital, mandolin
Shalev Ad-El, harpsichord
Ophira Zakai, theorbo
Ira Givol, cello
Kammerakademie Potsdam

For his debut on Deutsche Grammophon, mandolinist Avi Avital has chosen an all-Bach program, performing the Concerto in D minor and the Concerto in G minor (adapted from the original versions for harpsichord), the Concerto in A minor (originally written for violin), and the Sonata in E minor (originally composed for flute). For the sake of building a substantial repertoire for traditionally neglected or undervalued instruments, it's common for musicians to transcribe Bach's music as a practical consideration. In Avital's case, it appears to be a labor of love, for he has played Bach most of his life and always planned to make his music a part of a recording project. Yet the mandolin is particularly well-suited to Bach's linear writing and terraced dynamics, and its thin but pungent tone is easier to hear before a small Baroque orchestra. Avital's attraction to the music is both emotional, intellectual, and shrewdly sensible, for aside from the mandolin concertos of Vivaldi, there is little else that's worthy of his talents. Accompanied in the concertos by the Kammerakademie Potsdam, and in the sonata by cellist Ira Givol and harpsichordist Shalev Ad-El, Avital makes an impressive contribution to the mandolin's small catalog, and will bring more attention to this charming instrument.




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