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V1 Rosalyn Tureck: Bach (Digip


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 21 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00000HY8H
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #152,431 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Partita No. 1 In B Flat, BWV 825: Praeludium
2. Partita No. 1 In B Flat, BWV 825: Allemande
3. Partita No. 1 In B Flat, BWV 825: Corrente
4. Partita No. 1 In B Flat, BWV 825: Sarabande
5. Partita No. 1 In B Flat, BWV 825: Menuet I & II
6. Partita No. 1 In B Flat, BWV 825: Giga
7. Partita No. 3 In A Minor, BWV 827: Fantasia
8. Partita No. 3 In A Minor, BWV 827: Allemande
9. Partita No. 3 In A Minor, BWV 827: Corrente
10. Partita No. 3 In A Minor, BWV 827: Sarabande
See all 20 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Partita No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 826: Sinfonia
2. Partita No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 826: Allemande
3. Partita No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 826: Courante
4. Partita No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 826: Sarabande
5. Partita No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 826: Rondeaux
6. Partita No. 2 In C Minor, BWV 826: Capriccio
7. Partita No. 4 In D, BWV 828: Ouverture
8. Partita No. 4 In D, BWV 828: Allemande
9. Partita No. 4 In D, BWV 828: Courante
10. Partita No. 4 In D, BWV 828: Aria
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 20 2002
I own this CD set and disagree with the other reviewer here who claimed (twice) that there is hiss on these digital recordings. More likely it is his stereo that is introducing the noise, not the recording. And if the packaging scratches the CDs then put it in a jewel case or a mega-changer and stop complaining!
Turek sets a 'reflective' pace on these quality Philips recordings of Bach's partitas, just as they should be played. Bach is not supposed to be played at blazing speeds. That's like spending your vacation driving in your car at 65mph and watching the scenery fly by. Bach's music employs the most natural, organic chords. And so they should be played at a tempo where one can actually *listen* to the melodies and harmonies as they arise, linger and fade. Turek was clearly feeling what she played, as she played it.
A highly recommended recording from EMI Classics.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "johnpiano2" on Feb. 11 2002
I don't know what these reviewers are talking about. First of all the package is by Philips not Sony. I don't hear any hiss at all when I listen to it (is this reviewer talking about the right one?) Also I think the comparison with Gould is bad. These partitas made little impression on me when I heard Gould play them. When I heard Tureck play them it was like a revelation. She plays Bach with a soul, they breath and live. Listening to these recordings brings in euphoria. These recordings are some of the most beautiful I have in all my piano cds. They are like magic. I have lots of other Bach cds including Gould and Fischer, but these partitas are what I come back to again and again. I don't want to criticize Gould on Bach because he is a genius; but if all you heard is Gould then you don't know Bach. Gould and Tureck play Bach differently and they are both worth hearing. Sorry my personal preference for Bach is this CD, It is my favorite. Strongly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter Verelst on July 19 2000
When Glenn Gould was asked whose Bach playing he liked, he always replied "Rosalyn Tureck's" and this disc proves him right. These two discs contain the six partitas by Bach, which caused a shock when they were published during Bach's life. (the partita's were one of the few works Bach published during his lifetime) Never there was written such great music for keyboard instruments ! Miss Tureck has dedicated her entire career to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and we can only be extremely thankful she did, because she has gained an insight in, and a deep and profound understanding of the music. She gives every note its own meaning in the story that is told by Bach, and treats every measure, line or sentence as necessary parts of the architecture of the piece. She has the unequalled gift of creating a specific and appropriate sound for each voice in the polyphonc web of voices. (I can't understand how she manages to do so but she does and the result is astonishing!) On top of that, Tureck never forgets the original intention of these pieces, namely a collection of dances (gavottes, allemandes, sarabandes and so on) Her recordings spring to life and is full of emotions. Yes, her playing is full of emotions : to all those who always found Bach's music too cerebral and lacking deep emotions, listen to this. Don't miss the opportunity to obtain this marvellous disc !
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 2 1999
Rosalyn Tureck is a total artist. Her art is the measure of a life spent in the service of music. Bach is of course her calling, and no one plays his music better or more insightfully than Tureck. Every note lives, breathes, speaks. The line of the music is measured in depth of understanding and a sense of religious dedication. There are no half measures in Tureck's playing. Every note is significant, every phrase is structured, and the concept is whole. All these qualities give the listener one of the most satisfying musical experiences to be had. Pay particular attention to her treatment of the 2nd Partita. Nothing is rushed or propelled. Tureck is creating a musical architecture, a structure in which she understands where the stresses should be placed and where they should be relaxed. Her polyphony in the fugal section is brilliantly executed. There really is no parallel to Tureck's Bach. I recommend this set for anyone who wishes to really discover Bach as he was meant to be understood.
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