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Name:Bizarre or baRock, Elizabeth Anderson (harpsichord)

Total Size: 445.57 MB

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Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 2010-06-07 15:02:44 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-23 05:23:30




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Scans etc (Size: 445.57 MB) (Files: 24)

 Scans etc

  md5sum.md5

1.20 KB

  baRock Front.jpg

1.24 MB

  baRock.pdf

4.08 MB

  baRock Bach.jpg

950.67 KB

 20 I got Rhythm.flac

16.19 MB

 19 Sonata in a minor Prestissimo K175.flac

21.59 MB

 18 Sonata in d minor Prestissimo K517.flac

21.15 MB

 16 Batalha.flac

29.77 MB

 17 Nine Rarebits.flac

21.21 MB

 15 Danza Ostinata.flac

38.11 MB

 14 Eleanor Rigby.flac

19.41 MB

 13 The Harmonious Blacksmith.flac

31.79 MB

 12 A New Ground.flac

18.47 MB

 11 Hungarian Rock.flac

39.33 MB

 10 Chocolate Bunnies.flac

17.81 MB

 09 Cycles 1.flac

24.55 MB

 08 Winter's Shadow for harpsichord and wind chimes.flac

16.40 MB

 07 The Cuckoo.flac

15.75 MB

 06 The Lyre of Orpheus.flac

17.12 MB

 05 Small Prelude in c minor.flac

8.55 MB

 04 Leyenda- Asturias.flac

39.76 MB

 03 Scarborough Fair.flac

19.57 MB

 02 Blues for harpsichord.flac

13.15 MB

 01 Ragtime.flac

9.63 MB
 

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Torrent description

Track Listing:

Ragtime (Palmer)
Blues for Harpsichord (Palmer)
Scarborough Fair (Trad.)
Leyenda: Asturias (Albéniz)
Small Prelude in c minor (Bach)
The Lyre of Orpheus (Dandrieu)
The Cuckoo (Daquin)
Winter’s Shadow (Mageau)
Cycles I (Whiffin)
Chocolate Bunnies (Angle)
Hungarian Rock (Ligeti)
A New Ground (Purcell)
The Harmonious Blacksmith (Handel)
Eleanor Rigby (Lennon/McCartney)
Danza Ostinata (Albright)
Batalha (Conceição)
Nine Rarebits (Brown)
Sonata in d minor (Scarlatti)
Sonata in a minor (Scarlatti)
I Got Rhythm (Gershwin)


Elizabeth Anderson, harpsichord


'Barock' is a German word which originally meant 'bizarre'. It was not until early in the 20th century that the word 'Barock' was used in Germany to describe the music of Bach's time.

When Sir Charles Burney first used it in his German Tour diary (1733), he explained that it meant 'coarse and uncouth', much as writers then used the word 'Gothic'. In architecture, the word 'Barock' was applied from about 1867 to the highly-decorated style of the 17th and 18th centuries in Austria and Germany. Therefore, to apply the term Baroque (French/English spelling) with all its shades of meaning is to extend the boundaries of Baroque music far beyond the dates which have traditionally been set for it.

This CD explores Baroque harpsichord music across four centuries: ranging from Conceição's raw 17th century battle piece, through to traditional Baroque repertoire by Bach , Handel and Scarlatti, to Jazz, Blues, Gershwin and the Beatles accompanied by drums and bass.



Bizarre or baRock . . . the concert featured . . . a wonderfully eclectic mix of styles from Bach to the Beatles. Anderson’s musical minestrone was intellectually nourishing: ... the centrepiece ... was the ‘Danza Ostinata’ ... by William Albright. This is brilliant music, for not only does the performer have to maintain a consistent watch over the ever-present ostinato, but also has to allow for freer mobility in the articulation of the constantly evolving foreground information which has boogie woogie inflections. This structural give and take makes for fascinating listening, and a powerful performance was forthcoming from Anderson. Joel Crotty The Age (Melbourne) 1 February 1998



“Vivacious Melbourne keyboard virtuoso Elizabeth Anderson plays the hottest, hippest harpsichord in the world today.”

— Sunday Herald Sun

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