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Bach : Concertos for 2 Harpsichords

Masaaki & Masato Suzuki - Bach Collegium Japan

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This is an enjoyable, somehow spontaneous recording of several of Bach's works for a pair of harpsichords, with the great Japanese Bach conductor Masaaki Suzuki joined by his son Masato. The high spirits of the elder Suzuki here could be chalked up to any combination of several factors. One might be freedom from the rigors of his complete Bach cantata cycle, just recently completed when this album appeared in 2014. Another could be the unusual chance for Suzuki to show his considerable powers as a keyboardist, or again the presence of a family member generating an especially relaxed performance. In any event, although the music-making with the two Suzukis and a quintet of strings from Masaaki Suzuki's Bach Collegium Japan is basically the same precise species as was heard in the cantata recordings, there's a new inventive spirit evident in, among other things, the arrangement for two harpsichords of the Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C major, BWV 1066, by Masaaki Suzuki himself. The model for the arrangement is the Italian Concerto, BWV 971, a concerto without the strings. Although no such manuscript exists, the possibility that a French suite counterpart to the Italian Concerto is not far-fetched. Suzuki appears to have converted to the one-instrument-per-part philosphy, something that will be a disincentive for many listeners inasmuch as the Italian models for the kind of concerto represented here were demonstrably performed by large groups. But BIS' engineering work at Japan's Saitama Arts Theater is absolutely superlative, and buyers will be glad to have this somewhat personal Bach document from the Japanese master.
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Bach : Concertos for 2 Harpsichords

Masaaki Suzuki

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Concerto for 2 Keyboards in C minor, BWV 1062 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

1
I. (Allegro)
Masaaki Suzuki
00:03:36

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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2
II. Andante e piano
Masaaki Suzuki
00:05:55

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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3
III. Allegro assai
Masaaki Suzuki
00:04:37

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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Concerto for 2 Keyboards in C major, BWV 1061 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

4
I. [Allegro]
Masato Suzuki
00:07:27

Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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5
II. Adagio
Masato Suzuki
00:04:57

Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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6
III. Fuga
Masato Suzuki
00:06:15

Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

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Overture No. 1 in C Major, BWV 1066 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

7
I. Overture
Masaaki Suzuki
00:10:03

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Arranged for 2 Harpsichords by Masato Suzuki

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8
II. Courante
Masaaki Suzuki
00:02:25

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Arranged for 2 Harpsichords by Masato Suzuki

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9
III. Gavotte I-II
Masaaki Suzuki
00:02:44

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Arranged for 2 Harpsichords by Masato Suzuki

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10
IV. Forlane
Masaaki Suzuki
00:01:18

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Arranged for 2 Harpsichords by Masato Suzuki

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11
V. Menuet I-II
Masaaki Suzuki
00:02:42

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Arranged for 2 Harpsichords by Masato Suzuki

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12
VI. Bourree I-II
Masaaki Suzuki
00:02:14

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Arranged for 2 Harpsichords by Masato Suzuki

(C) 2014 BIS (P) 2014 BIS

13
VII. Passepied I-II
Masaaki Suzuki
00:03:01

Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Arranged for 2 Harpsichords by Masato Suzuki

(C) 2014 BIS (P) 2014 BIS

Concerto for 2 Keyboards in C minor, BWV 1060 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

14
I. Allegro
Masato Suzuki
00:04:50

Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

(C) 2014 BIS (P) 2014 BIS

15
II. Adagio
Masato Suzuki
00:05:04

Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

(C) 2014 BIS (P) 2014 BIS

16
III. Allegro
Masato Suzuki
00:03:53

Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord I - Masaaki Suzuki, Harpsichord II - Bach Collegium Japan - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

(C) 2014 BIS (P) 2014 BIS

Albumbeschreibung

This is an enjoyable, somehow spontaneous recording of several of Bach's works for a pair of harpsichords, with the great Japanese Bach conductor Masaaki Suzuki joined by his son Masato. The high spirits of the elder Suzuki here could be chalked up to any combination of several factors. One might be freedom from the rigors of his complete Bach cantata cycle, just recently completed when this album appeared in 2014. Another could be the unusual chance for Suzuki to show his considerable powers as a keyboardist, or again the presence of a family member generating an especially relaxed performance. In any event, although the music-making with the two Suzukis and a quintet of strings from Masaaki Suzuki's Bach Collegium Japan is basically the same precise species as was heard in the cantata recordings, there's a new inventive spirit evident in, among other things, the arrangement for two harpsichords of the Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C major, BWV 1066, by Masaaki Suzuki himself. The model for the arrangement is the Italian Concerto, BWV 971, a concerto without the strings. Although no such manuscript exists, the possibility that a French suite counterpart to the Italian Concerto is not far-fetched. Suzuki appears to have converted to the one-instrument-per-part philosphy, something that will be a disincentive for many listeners inasmuch as the Italian models for the kind of concerto represented here were demonstrably performed by large groups. But BIS' engineering work at Japan's Saitama Arts Theater is absolutely superlative, and buyers will be glad to have this somewhat personal Bach document from the Japanese master.
© TiVo

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