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Rachel Podger|C.P.E. Bach: Sonatas for Keyboard & Violin

C.P.E. Bach: Sonatas for Keyboard & Violin

Rachel Podger and Kristian Bezuidenhout

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Mozart said that anyone who looked hard enough would hear the ways in which he was influenced by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, but in the case of the sonatas for violin and piano of Bach's eldest son, one doesn't have to look very hard. Although it was beginning to break free, the violin in Mozart's sonatas still had a basically accompanimental function in most of them, and the title used in Mozart's time (and as far forward as Beethoven), "sonata for pianoforte and violin," was entirely appropriate. With the sonatas of C.P.E. Bach, however, the violin, for the most part, has a fully independent role and even controls the proceedings. Consider the first movement of the Violin Sonata in C minor, H. 514, Wq 78, as an example. Partly this is because C.P.E., even late in life, drew to some extent on Baroque models; he was offering not light classical keyboard pieces adorned by a violin but works influenced by violin-and-harpsichord sonatas from earlier in the 18th century. Some of these were by J.S. Bach, and violinist Rachel Podger and keyboardist Kristian Bezuidenhout do well to offer the Violin Sonata in G minor, H. 542.5, the earliest piece on the album and one that has been attributed to both C.P.E. and J.S. Bach. It is a fascinating little slice of the family lore, and it seems most likely to have been a teaching piece of some kind. Podger's 1739 Pesarinius violin is an expressive instrument, and Bezuidenhout plays two instruments with some muscle, a copy of a Walter fortepiano by the builder Paul McNulty in the later pieces and a double-manual harpsichord by Keith Hill in the earlier one. The latter especially seems to fit C.P.E.'s jagged style to a T, and even listeners less familiar with the stylistic issues will find this an unusually satisfying recording; enough did so to place this album on classical best-seller lists in the spring of 2023.
© James Manheim /TiVo

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Violon Sonata in G Minor, H. 542.5 (Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach)

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I. [...]
00:03:51

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

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II. Adagio
00:02:43

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

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III. Allegro
00:04:55

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

Violin Sonata in C Minor, H. 514, Wq. 78 (Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach)

4
I. Allegro moderato
00:08:11

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

5
II. Adagio ma non troppo
00:06:33

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

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III. Presto
00:05:35

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

7
Arioso con variazioni per il cembalo e violino in A Major, Wq. 79
00:11:12

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

Violin Sonata in B Minor, H. 512, Wq. 76 (Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach)

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I. Allegro moderato
00:07:19

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

9
II. Poco andante
00:05:17

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

10
III. Allegretto siciliano
00:05:42

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

Violin Sonata in D Major, H. 502, Wq. 71 (Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach)

11
I. Poco adagio
00:03:23

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

12
II. Allegro
00:02:19

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

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III. Adagio
00:02:59

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

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IV. Menuet I & II
00:02:52

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - Rachel Podger, MainArtist - Kristian Bezuidenhout, MainArtist

2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France 2023 Channel Classics Records / Outhere Music France

Chronique

Mozart said that anyone who looked hard enough would hear the ways in which he was influenced by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, but in the case of the sonatas for violin and piano of Bach's eldest son, one doesn't have to look very hard. Although it was beginning to break free, the violin in Mozart's sonatas still had a basically accompanimental function in most of them, and the title used in Mozart's time (and as far forward as Beethoven), "sonata for pianoforte and violin," was entirely appropriate. With the sonatas of C.P.E. Bach, however, the violin, for the most part, has a fully independent role and even controls the proceedings. Consider the first movement of the Violin Sonata in C minor, H. 514, Wq 78, as an example. Partly this is because C.P.E., even late in life, drew to some extent on Baroque models; he was offering not light classical keyboard pieces adorned by a violin but works influenced by violin-and-harpsichord sonatas from earlier in the 18th century. Some of these were by J.S. Bach, and violinist Rachel Podger and keyboardist Kristian Bezuidenhout do well to offer the Violin Sonata in G minor, H. 542.5, the earliest piece on the album and one that has been attributed to both C.P.E. and J.S. Bach. It is a fascinating little slice of the family lore, and it seems most likely to have been a teaching piece of some kind. Podger's 1739 Pesarinius violin is an expressive instrument, and Bezuidenhout plays two instruments with some muscle, a copy of a Walter fortepiano by the builder Paul McNulty in the later pieces and a double-manual harpsichord by Keith Hill in the earlier one. The latter especially seems to fit C.P.E.'s jagged style to a T, and even listeners less familiar with the stylistic issues will find this an unusually satisfying recording; enough did so to place this album on classical best-seller lists in the spring of 2023.
© James Manheim /TiVo

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