Notes & Reviews:
A collection of Stefano Molardi's masterful survey of Johann Sebastian Bach's organ music, and available for the first time in an extensive 15 CD edition. The collection is notable for Molardi's careful programming of a diverse mix of pieces that span the entirety of Bach's composing life. As such, the choice of organs was one that became a serious consideration, and Molardi plays on four different organs all dating from the 18th century, including the magnificent Silbermann organ in the newly restored Dresden Cathedral from 1755 are heard on this collection. Copious and informative liner notes included.
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Andrea Gabrieli (c.1532-85): Complete Keyboard Music / Roberto Loreggian, organ & harpsichord
Requiem: sacred works by Ockeghem, Purcell, Mozart, Cherubini, Schumann, Berlioz, Verdi, Dvorák, Fauré, Duruflé / Theo Adam, Charles Bressler, Bonaldo Giaiotti, Anna Tomowa-Sintow [16 CDs]
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Berlin Symphonies / C.P.E. Bach Chamber Orchestra, Haenchen
Vivaldi: Violin Sonatas Op. 2 for violin & continuo / Federico Guglielmo, violin; L'Arte dell'Arco
Giovanni Maria Trabaci (1575-1647): Music for Organ and Harpsichord / Francesco Cera, organ & harpsichord
17th-century Neapolitan Keyboard Music by Valente, de Macque, Rodio, Trabaci, Salvatore, Strozzi, Scarlatti / Stefano Innocenti, harpsichord & organ
Vivaldi: L'Estro Armonico - 12 Concertos, Op. 3 / Federico Guglielmo, violin; L'arte dell'Arco Ensemble
Laudario di Cortona No. 91: Paraliturgical vocal music from the Middle Ages / Armoniosoincanto; Radicchia
Joachim Van den Hove (1567-1620): 'Florida' - Pavanas, Fantasias & Dances for Lute / Massimo Marchese, lute