Notes & Reviews:
The character of most of J.C.F. Bach's music is calm and peaceful and yet there was another side to his musical art, one distinguished by passionate feeling, drama, and a sophisticated understanding of the inner workings of the human heart. This recording premiere ushers this great Italian solo cantata for alto out of the musicological shadows into the performance spotlight, and reveals the musical personality of this inconspicuous son of J.S. Bach.
ReviewsThere are currently no reviews, be the first one!
J.C. Bach: Sacred Works - Salve Regina, etc / Gaigg, et al
W.F. Bach: Sonatas & Trios / Camerata Koln
W.F.E. Bach: Columbus, Cantatas, Sinfonias / Max, et al
J.C. Bach: La Clemenza di Scipione / Max, et al
C.P.E. Bach: Complete Flute Concertos / Gallois, et al
J.C. Bach: Complete Keyboard Concertos / Halstead, Hanover
J.C. Bach: Complete Works for Piano Four Hands / Piano Duo
J.C. Bach: Complete Opera Overtures / Halstead, Hanover Band
La casa del Diavolo / Il Giardino Armonico
Works DetailsBach, Johann Christoph Friedrich : Cassandra, cantata for alto voice & ensemble
- Conductor: Hermann Max
- Ensemble: Das kleine Konzert
- Notes: 04/24/1995-04/30/1995
- Running Time: 4 min. 59 sec.
- Period Time: Classical
- Form: Cantata/Oratorio