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  1. Overture in the French Manner was recorded October 22, 23 and 28, , and first released on SR Fantasia, Concerto In G, and Toccata were recorded May 21 and 22, , and included on SR The Duet In A was recorded April 29, , and the Concerto A 4/5(2).
  2. Puyana Plays Bach Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited (Partita In B Minor): 1. Overture: Grave - Vivace - Grave 2. Overture In The French Manner (Partita In B Minor): 2. Courante 3. Overture In The French Manner (Partita In B Minor): 3.
  3. Nov 17,  · However, another work, the Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV fills out the second CD. Elizabeth Farr is a talented American harpsichordist who has also recorded some Bach Lautenwerk (lute-harpsichord) pieces Bach: Music for Lute-Harpsichord and a superb release of Byrd harpsichord music Byrd: My Ladye Nevells Booke. She plays modern 4/5(6).
  4. Suite in G Minor, HWV I. Overture. Grave - Allegro Suite in G Minor, HWV II. Entree Suite in G Minor, HWV III. Chaconne Prelude in D Minor, HWV Allegro in C Major, HWV Chaconne in F Major, HWV Suite in D Minor, HWV I. Overture Grave - Allegro -Adagio - Allegro Suite in D Minor.
  5. 2 CD Artists: Angela Hewitt - piano Tracklist: 1 prelude 2 Everyone 3 Corrente 4 Sarabande 6 Giga 8 Allemande 9 Courante 10 Sarabande 11 Rondeaux 12 Capriccio 14 Allemande 15 Courante 16 Aria 17 Sarabande 18 Menu 19 Gigue 1 Fantasia 2 Allemande 3 Corrente 4 Sarabande 5 Burlesca 6 Scherzo 1.
  6. This new collection of 55 CDs from the acclaimed audiophile label offers a wealth of recordings from the s and s in an unrivaled range of repertory. This ranges from solo Bach played by harpsichordist Rafael Puyana to American composer and conductor Howard Hanson in his own works as well as music by fellow-Americans.
  7. WORLD OF HARPSICHORD\Templeton:Bach goes to town\Malcolm:Bach before the harpsichord:George Malcolm mast\ Bach:Chromatic Fantasia&Fugue\ Arne:Sonata 1\ Paradies:Toccata\ Daquin: The.
  8. Mercury Records built a devoted following among classical music listeners in the 's and 60's. In , when the company was a Chicago-based independent, it launched its ''Olympian Series'' with the now classic recording of the Mussorgsky-Ravel ''Pictures at an Exhibition'' played by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Rafael Kubelik.

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