- Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Piano)
Notes & Reviews:
Pierre-Laurent Aimard’s debut on Deutsche Grammophon is the first recording of the mystical 'The Art of Fugue' by a world-renowned pianist in 25 years. As a pre-eminent performer of modern music, Aimard brings a unique and exciting approach to his first-ever Bach recording, also serving as his first recording of Baroque repertoire. Given his links to many of the great contemporary composers, the high-profile Aimard is certain to generate much interest in the musical press with his first Bach recording.
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Works DetailsBach, Johann Sebastian : Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080
- Performer: Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Piano)
- Running Time: 76 min. 26 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque
- Written: by 1742
- Studio/Live: Studio