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C P E Bach: The Three Cello Concertos H Suzuki [FLAC]

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Name:C P E Bach: The Three Cello Concertos H Suzuki [FLAC]

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01 Cello Concerto in A minor Wq.170 H.432 - I Allegro assai.flac (Size: 325.52 MB) (Files: 14)

 01 Cello Concerto in A minor Wq.170 H.432 - I Allegro assai.flac

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 Torrent_downloaded_from_Demonoid.com.txt

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 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - The Three Cello Concertos.log

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 back.jpg

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 front.jpg

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 booklet.pdf

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 09 Cello Concerto in A major Wq.172 H.439 - III Allegro assai.flac

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 06 Cello Concerto in B flat major Wq.171 H.436 - III Allegro assai.flac

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 07 Cello Concerto in A major Wq.172 H.439 - I Allegro.flac

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 02 Cello Concerto in A minor Wq.170 H.432 - II Andante.flac

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 03 Cello Concerto in A minor Wq.170 H.432 - III Allegro assai.flac

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 05 Cello Concerto in B flat major Wq.171 H.436 - II Adagio.flac

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 08 Cello Concerto in A major Wq.172 H.439 - II Largo con sordini, mesto.flac

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 04 Cello Concerto in B flat major Wq.171 H.436 - I Allegretto.flac

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[FLAC + EAC log + covers (front & back) + booklet (PDF)]

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 - 1788)
The Three Cello Concertos
Concerto for Cello No. 1 in A minor, Wq. 170/ H. 432
Concerto for Cello No. 2 in B flat major, Wq. 171/ H. 436
Concerto for Cello No. 3 in A major, Wq. 172/ H. 439

Hidemi Suzuki (cello and direction)
Bach Collegium Japan

recording: May 16/20, 1996
at Kobe Shoin Women's University, Japan

The earliest of C.P.E. Bach's three cello concertos, like its companions, began as a keyboard work and ended up as a flute concerto in the same key (Wq 166, H. 431). It sandwiches an Andante between two movements marked Allegro assai. The first movement seems very much a product of the just-ending Baroque era, with its ritornello of near-monotonous triadic arpeggios. The music's dramatic, stormy character, though, with sudden pauses punctuating the outbursts, is pure C.P.E. Bach. The cellist's material provides further contrast, its mournful, cantabile nature at odds with the jagged, nervous material the orchestra keeps bringing back. The cello does eventually develop churning material of its own (sometimes backed by the arresting effect of the orchestra playing its five-note motto pizzicato), but more often than not the soloist maintains a defiantly singing line, even in its ruminative cadenza near the end. The Andante is much more relaxed, emerging from a gentle, singing theme established by the orchestra and then taken up by the cello. The movement teases at this long-lined, wide-ranging material at length, the music occasionally dipping back into the minor mode to allow the soloist some comparatively ardent passages. The cadenza preceding the final pages is extremely brief, allowing the cello to exit on a trill. The concluding Allegro assai grimly marches through a linked series of short, stern phrases, each of which the soloist and orchestra proceed to individually explore, with the cello sometimes engaging in rapid passagework. This is no death march; however, at times, the little flourish of the opening phrases sounds flirtatious. The overall effect, though, is of striding determination.
- www.allmusic.com

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