Rudolph Dolmetsch - Suite In C Minor album flac
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Arnold Dolmetsch a pioneer of early music - Продолжительность: 1:19 Ernst Stolz Early Music etc.
Eugène Arnold Dolmetsch (24 February 1858 – 28 February 1940), was a French-born musician and instrument maker who spent much of his working life in England and established an instrument-making workshop in Haslemere, Surrey. He was a leading figure in the 20th-century revival of interest in early music.
DB 680. Rudolph Dolmetsch. Suite In C Minor (Shellac).
Rudolph Dolmetsch (1906-1942). Rudolph Arnold Dolmetsch was born on 8th November 1906 in Cambridge, Mass. He was the elder son of Arnold Dolmetsch. In 1911 the family left America for France and in 1914 came to England, where they finally settled down in the Surrey town of Haslemere. The second half of Mr. Dolmetsch's programme consisted of Sibelius' 'Rakastava' Suite, Delius' two pieces for small orchestra and Haydn's Symphony No. 73 in D (La Choisse). Both 'Rakastava' Suite and Delius' 'First Cuckoo' were given balanced performances, the Sibelius vividly delicate and the Delius rich and sensuous. We enjoyed the restraint and sanity of all that he did as a musician". Western Morning News Nov 1938.
Suite ex C♭. Composer. IJP 237. Key. C minor.
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Album · 1985 · 14 Songs. 2. I. Suite in E minor BWV 996: 2. Allemande. 3. Suite in E minor BWV 996: 3. Courante. 4. Suite in E minor BWV 996: 4. (Sarabande). 5. Suite in E minor BWV 996: 5. Bourrée. 6. Suite in E minor BWV 996: 6. (Gigue).
Carl Dolmetsch (1911-1997) was the son of Arnold Dolmetsch, one of the unquestioned pioneers in unearthing the European tradition's earlier centuries of treasure.
The first recorded publishing of the BWV 997 Suite was in 1881. The Suite in C minor, BWV 997 was written by Johann Sebastian Bach around the year 1740. It was intended for the lute or the lautenwerk, a period keyboard instrument that reproduced the characteristic sound of the lute. Nowadays Bach's lautenwerk pieces have become standard guitar repertoire items (sometimes in transposed keys).
|A||Part 1 Overture Harpsichord Solo|
|B||Part 2 (A) Air (B) Jig Harpsichord Solo|
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