giovedì 11 dicembre 2014

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach - Six Sonates

pour deux flutes traversieres sans basse

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The eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann was born in 1710 in Weimar and was taught by his father, after 1723, when the family moved to Leipzig, becoming a pupil at the Thomasschule. He spent four years at the University of Leipzig, before finding employment as organist at the Sophienkirche in Dresden and subsequently, with unhappy results, at the Liebfrauenkirche in Halle. From 1764 until his death twenty years later he held no official position, although he had been widely recognised as one of the most distinguished organists of his time and had mastered very thoroughly the lessons taught him by his father. His own tendency to the freedom of thought of the Enlightenment had not endeared him to his Pietist superiors in Halle and independence of character rendered him gradually less employable, within the restrictive circumstances of his time.


Sonata No.1 in mi minore
Sonata No.2 in sol maggiore
Sonata No.3 in mi b maggiore
Sonata No.4 in fa maggiore
Sonata No.5 in mi b maggiore
Sonata No.6 in fa minore

Pénélope Evison & Pierre Séchet, flauto traverso

1 commento:

  1. Great, I love this music and this Bach son.
    Thank you a lot for your job.