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Bach-Kempff: Siciliano (Mvt. 2) from Sonata for flute & keyboard No. 2 in E flat major, BWV , transcribed for piano []. Dinu Lipatti (Piano). By Johann Sebastian Bach 2 in E-Flat Major, BWV – Arr. Wilhelm Kempff: Siciliano (Von Johann Michael Bach) – Arranged by Wilhelm Kempff. The young “Evgeny Kissin” playing the most touching “Siciliano” BWV by Bach, piano trancription: Wilhelm Kempff.

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Recorded at St Dunstan’s, Cheam, England. Siiliano is one absolutely stunning version that was on youtube for awhile alas it is gone by the inestimable Tatiana Nikolayeva.

There are many notes to play, sometimes spread over the whole keyboard.

Wilhelm Kempff Plays Bach. Transcriptions For Piano

Recorded live at at Wigmore Hall, London, England. Recorded at Bavaria Musikstudios, Munich, Germany. While it would be interesting to hear again Kempff’s own playing in Bach, Biret’s unusual compilation is unlikely to be outclassed in the near future and the playing time is generous.

Rare Recordings [K-1] Wilhelm Kempff: Recorded at Tonstudio van Geest, Heidelberg, Germany. Stadtfeld explained on the CD, which was produced in co-production with the Southwest Radio, based on musical examples on the piano, the harpsichord, a clavichord and organ of the peculiarities of this work.


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Kissin plays each group of six notes legato. New Topics – Multiple Forums. Despite his fame as a Beethovenian, Kempff was a notable exponent of Chopin and that composer’s influence is occasionally felt in the piano figuration. In Wilhelm Kempff’s transcription of Bach’s Siciliano we find the following notation: Recorded at Saal 1, Rundfunkzentrum Berlin, Germany. Chorale Jesu bleibet meine Freude Mvt. I tried to follow Kempff’s notation and it didn’t sound right.

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MP11SE Modifications by dmd. I couldn’t find her interpretation of the Siciliano but I listened to some other Bach recordings. Most Online 15, Mar 21st, In the most familiar of them, the dubious SicilianoBiret is sicjliano and sicilixno, touching in the pedal notes like baroque organ stops Kempff was himself an accomplished organist ; Bunin, by contrast, is hugely expressive, relishing the inauthenticity of the exercise.


BTW, Kempff’s pedal markings, if they are his, seem rather arbitrary. Biret is just a shade dull and literal in the Chorale Prelude Ich ruf zu dirHerr Jesu Christ ; again Bunin goes to the other extreme with an almost impossibly broad and romantic reading. Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit. These are cautious, charming and mostly lyrical miniatures—not even noticeably German in their eclectic borrowings. Both his instrument and the EMI recording rather show up the defi-ciencies of the Marco Polo technicians, but of course the two recitals are not directly compar- able, and many readers will want to know what to expect of Kempff’s own music.

Bach Recital II [K-3]. Wilhelm Kempff Composer Idil Biret pf.

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