1. J. S. Bach. Goldberg-Variationen. BWV mit verschiedenen Veränderungen für Cembalo mit 2 Manualen. (Goldberg-Variationen). ARIA. Stream Bach: Variazioni Goldberg by Sergio Vartolo and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for. Johann Sebastian Bach. Goldberg Variations, for keyboard (Clavier-Übung IV), BWV (BC L9). Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements .

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The piano was rare in Bach’s day and there is no indication that Bach would either have approved or disapproved of performing the variations on this instrument.

First the subject is stated in the bass, starting on the G below middle C. This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. When Bach’s varoazioni copy of the nach edition of the “Goldberg Variations” see above was discovered init was found to include an appendix in the form of fourteen canons built on the glodberg eight bass notes from the aria. Wanda Landowska famously described this variation as “the black pearl” of the Goldberg Variations.

On the title page, Bach specified that the work was intended for harpsichord. Bach Twelve Little Preludes. Glenn Gould Plays Bach. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. His job was to perform for Count Keyserkingk, a chronic insomniac who needed music to lull him to sleep. The harpsichordist Ralph Kirkpatrick describes this piece as having “an almost nostalgic tenderness”.

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Suites for Harpsichord Nos. At such times, Goldberg, who lived in his house, had to spend the night in an antechamber, so as to play for him during his insomnia. Another lively two-part virtuosic variation for two manuals, in 3 4 time. We then alternate between hands in short bursts written out in short note values until the last vvariazioni bars of the first section.


The Complete Edition Box 2. Goldberg Variations arranged by Andrei Eshpai. Nevertheless, even had the variazionl been a thousand times larger, their artistic value would not yet have been paid for. Most bars feature either a distinctive pattern of eleven sixteenth notes and a sixteenth rest, or ten sixteenth notes and a single eighth note.

Trills are written out using thirty-second notes and are present in most of the goldber. Goldberg Variations [Includes Catalog].

This sprightly variation contrasts markedly with the slow, contemplative mood of the theme. Glenn Gould in Salzburg. This is a canon at the sixth in 2 2 time. Both sections end with descending passages in thirty-second bacu.

Masterpieces vvariazioni Solo Piano. He concludes, “It need not go quickly. Italian Concerto; Goldberg Variations. In sharp contrast with the introspective and passionate nature of the previous variation, this piece is another virtuosic two-part toccata, joyous and fast-paced.

Variations 8, 11, 13, 14, 17, 20, 23, 25, 26, 27 and 28 are specified for two manuals, while variations 5, 7 and 29 are specified as playable with either one or two. Variatio 26 a 2 Vvariazioni. Problems playing this file? The second section develops using the same thematic material with slight changes. Extract viewable on line at Google Books: This variation is a slow, godlberg and richly decorated sarabande in 3 4 time.

Scholars at the end of the twentieth century were still debating the exact details of the work’s origin, but foldberg accept that J. Hence, the edition is public domain in its country of origin or a government publication. Thereafter the Count always called them his variations. This is a simple three-part contrapuntal piece in 2 4 time, two voices engage in constant motivic interplay over an incessant bass line.


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The bass line is notated by Ralph Kirkpatrick in his performing edition [3] as follows. Goldberg-Variationen im Museum Gunzenhauser. But the implications of this discovery for modern performance have turned out to be less clear than was at first assumed.

The Italian composer Busoni prepared a greatly altered transcription for piano. They may not be public domain elsewhere. This gradual fade, leaving us in awe but ready for more, is a fitting end to the first half of the piece.

It begins with the hands chasing one another, as it were: With greater difficulty, the work can nevertheless be played on a single-manual harpsichord or piano. Specified for two manuals, it involves rapid hand-crossing. The answer in the tenor enters in bar 5, but it’s a tonal answer, so some of the intervals are altered.

The Italian type of hand-crossing such as is frequently found in the sonatas of Scarlatti is employed here, with one hand constantly moving back and forth between high and low registers while the other hand stays in the middle of the keyboard, playing the fast passages. Variatio 13 a 2 Clav. Goldberg Variations BWV This is the first of the three variations in G minor, and its melancholic vriazioni contrasts sharply with the playfulness of the previous variation.

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