Bach – Piano Concertos

מודעות פרסומת

Bach concerto for 2 violins BWV 1043 (on Intermezzo with Arik

Alma Deutscher, violin, Tanja Zhou, violin, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Arie Vardi, conductor.
Concert recorded on 23.11.2015, and broadcast on
Intermezzo with Arik, a program of Israel Educational Television.
Director: Mustafa abu-Ras

אינטרמצו עם אריק | Bach: Concerto for Two Violins

אינטרמצו עם אריק | Bach: Concerto for Two Violins

פורסם בתאריך 16 בדצמ׳ 2015

אינטרמצו עם אריק: עלמה דויטשר וטניה ז'יו הצעירות מציגות שליטה מפליאה בכינור ובפסנתר והן מבצעות את הקונצ׳רטות של באך לשני כינורות ושני פסנתרים בשתי תוכניות שונות של אינטרמצו.
Alma Deutscher, Tanja Zhou
Both Alma and Tanja exhibit spectacular mastering of the violin
and the piano. The two young artists perform Bach concerti
for two pianos and for two violins on two different "Intermezzo" shows. Bach: Concerto for two violins in d minor

Bach – Organ Works – DVD2.avi

בך  – אורגן

Segunda parte de Grandes Obras para órgano de Johann Sebastian Bach . Interpretación a cargo de Hans-André Stamm


בך – אומנות הפוגה Bach – The Art of Fugue

Bach – The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 complete on Organ

The Art of Fugue or The Art of the Fugue (original German: Die Kunst der Fuge), BWV 1080, is an incomplete masterpiece by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750). The work was most likely started at the beginning of the 1740s, if not earlier. The first known surviving version, which contained 12 fugues and 2 canons, was copied by the composer in 1745. This manuscript has a slightly different title, added afterwards by his son-in-law Johann Christoph Altnickol: Die Kunst der Fuga. Bach's second version was published in 1751 after his death. It contains 14 fugues and 4 canons. "The governing idea of the work", as the eminent Bach specialist Christoph Wolff put it, is "an exploration in depth of the contrapuntal possibilities inherent in a single musical subject."


0:00 – Contrapunctus I
3:12 – Contrapunctus II
6:24 – Contrapunctus III
9:20 – Contrapunctus IV
14:38 – Contrapunctus V
17:55 – Contrapunctus VI in Stylo Francese
22:04 – Contrapunctus VII per Augmentationem et Diminutionem
26:04 – Contrapunctus VIII
32:06 – Contrapunctus IX alla Duodecima
35:06 – Contrapunctus X alla Decima
39:30 – Contrapunctus XI Triple fugue
46:41 – Canone all'Ottava
49:35 – Canone alla Duodecima in Contrapunto alla Quinta
51:52 – Canone alla Decima in Contrapunto alla Terza
56:36 – Canone per Augmentationem in Contrario Motu
1:01:27 – Contrapunctus XIII rectus
1:03:59 – Contrapunctus XIII inversus
1:06:57 – Contrapunctus XII rectus
1:09:50 – Contrapunctus XII inversus

Herbert Tachezi, organ



Evgeny Kissin.Schubert, Bach, Liszt. יבגני קיסין מנגן שוברט,בך ליסט

Evgeny Kissin.Schubert, Bach, Liszt

יבגני קיסין מנגן שוברט,בך ליסט

Bach French Suites Französische Suiten BWV 812 to 817 András Schiff

Bach French Suites Französische Suiten BWV 812 to 817 András Schiff

בך סוויטה צרפתית מנגן אנדראס שיף

The French Suites, BWV 812–817, are six suites which Johann Sebastian Bach wrote for the clavier (harpsichord or clavichord) between the years of 1722 and 1725.

Performed on Piano by Andras Schiff

Suite No. 1 in D minor, BWV 812
From 0'0" to 12'44" Allemande,Courante,Sarabande,Menuet I/II,Gigue
Suite No. 2 in C minor, BWV 813
From 12'45" to 25'34" Allemande,Courante,Sarabande,Air,Menuet,Menuet,Gigue
Suite No. 3 in B minor, BWV 814
From 25'36" to 39'12" Allemande,Courante,Sarabande,Gavotte,Menuet,Trio,Gigue
Suite No. 4 in E-flat major, BWV 815
From 39'13 to 50'49" Allemande,Courante,Sarabande,Gavotte I,Gavotte II,Menuet,Air,Gigue
Suite No. 5 in G major, BWV 816
From 50'50" to 1h07'02" Allemande,Courante,Sarabande,Gavotte,Bourrée,Loure,Gigue
Suite No. 6 in E major, BWV 817
From 1h07'03" to the end Allemande,Courante,Sarabande,Gavotte,Polonaise,Bourrée,Menuet,Gigue

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