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Trio Sonata in C major, BWV529

composer
circa 1727

 
The first, ternary form, movement of the Sonata in C major (BWV529), which requires an alto instrument on its second line, is another test of players’ dexterity, with Bach again in Italianate, concerto mode and writing wide leaps and rapid arpeggios. The richly harmonised Largo, with its pastoral overtones, is again well suited to the oboe, and another example of Bach’s melodic genius, contrasted with the rather academic fugue of the final Allegro.

from notes by Robert King © 1996

Le premier mouvement, en forme ternaire, de la Sonate en do majeur (BWV529) qui nécessite un instrument alto pour sa seconde ligne, constitue également un véritable test de la dextérité de l’instrumentiste avec ce mode de concerto à l’italienne dans la composition duquel Bach introduisit de larges sauts et des arpèges rapides. Le Largo à la très riche harmonie, avec ses accents pastoraux, convient une fois de plus très bien au hautbois. Il s’agit d’un autre exemple du génie mélodique de Bach qui se distingue nettement de la fugue plutôt académique de l’Allegro final.

extrait des notes rédigées par Robert King © 1996
Français: Alexandre Blanchard

Der erste, in dreiteiliger Form geschriebene Satz der Sonate in C-Dur (BWV529) erprobt ebenfalls die Fingerfertigkeit der Spieler. Bach, im italienischen Konzertstil schreibend, komponiert weite Sprünge und rasche Arpeggien. Die tiefe Lage der Mittelstimme verlangt ein Alt-Instrument. Das reich harmonisierte Largo mit seinen pastoralen Elementen paßt sehr gut zum Charakter der Oboe und ist ein weiteres Beispiel für Bachs Genialität im Schreiben von Melodien. Als Kontrast dazu schließt die Sonate mit einer eher akademisch wirkenden Fuge.

aus dem Begleittext von Robert King © 1996
Deutsch: Katharina Spreckelsen

Recordings

Bach: Trio Sonatas
CDA66390Archive Service
Bach: Six Trio Sonatas transcribed
CDA66843Archive Service
Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 4 – Samuel Feinberg
CDA674682CDs for the price of 1
Bach: The Complete Organ Works
CDS44121/3616CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted

Details

Movement 1: Allegro
Track 7 on CDA66390 [5'04] Archive Service
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Track 13 on CDA66843 [4'16] Archive Service
Track 7 on CDS44121/36 CD1 [5'04] 16CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted
Movement 2: Largo
Track 8 on CDA66390 [5'31] Archive Service
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Track 14 on CDA66843 [5'32] Archive Service
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Track 3 on CDA67468 CD1 [7'40] 2CDs for the price of 1
Track 8 on CDS44121/36 CD1 [5'31] 16CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted
Movement 3: Allegro
Track 9 on CDA66390 [3'54] Archive Service
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Track 15 on CDA66843 [3'08] Archive Service
Track 9 on CDS44121/36 CD1 [3'54] 16CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted

Track-specific metadata for CDA66843 track 13

Allegro
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-96-84313
Duration
4'16
Recording date
31 October 1995
Recording venue
St Paul's Church, New Southgate, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Ben Turner
Recording engineer
Philip Hobbs
Hyperion usage
  1. Bach: Six Trio Sonatas transcribed (CDA66843)
    Disc 1 Track 13
    Release date: March 1996
    Deletion date: April 2009
    Archive Service
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