Directed By – Christopher Hogwood. Orchestra – The Academy Of Ancient Music. 1983 The Decca Record Company Limited, London.
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Universal Music, Классическая, 1978. 1. The Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood - . Bach: Overture N. in D major - 1. (Allegro con brio). 2. in D major - 2. Andante. 3. in D major - 3. Allegro. 4. in G major - 1. (Allegro). 5.
Six favourite overtures. by Bach, Johann Christian, 1735-1782; Hogwood, Christopher. prf; Academy of Ancient Music (1973- ) prf. Topics Overtures. Publisher G. Bertero, 1893. Collection americana. Digitizing sponsor Google. Book from the collections of Harvard University. Program notes by S. Sadie in English, French, and German ( p. il. inserted in container.
6 Favourite Overtures, Baroque Era Vo. 6 Favourite Overtures: Best 2 songs. Christopher Hogwood, The Academy of Ancient Music, Иоганн Христиан Бах - 1. (Allegro) 02:39. Christopher Hogwood, The Academy of Ancient Music, Иоганн Христиан Бах - 2. Andante grazioso 02:09. 6 Favourite Overtures. Christopher Hogwood, The Academy of Ancient Music, Иоганн Христиан Бах: best 2 tracks. Günther Kehr, Иоганн Христиан Бах - Grand Overture in D Major, Op. 18 No. 3: III. Allegro assai J. C. Bach: Symphonies & Chamber Music, 2013 02:57.
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Bach, J C: Overtures (6). Decca: 4171482. The Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood. Bach, J C: Overtures (6).
Christopher Hogwood is an irreplaceable figure in a marvelous period that spans over thirty years, the time of the rebirth of the ancient and baroque repertoire: a time of so-called performances with original instruments, as they were hastily defined in an urge to simplify. Thanks to this movement, the program of music associations and opera theaters are now very different from the past. It was a period in which artists such as Hogwood, Gardiner, Brueggen, Harnoncourt, Savall and Pickett to name only a few seemed almost to compete and surpass each other in a constant succession of new discoveries and worlds first recordings. Yet really the only competition was in the minds of the public, who often split into factions that did not always have a proper raison d ?tre, in favor of one performer or another.
|Overture No.1 In D Major||(9:55)|
|A1.1||[Allegro Con Brio]||3:23|
|Overture No.5 In G Major||(6:25)|
|Overture No.4 In C Major||(5:45)|
|Overture No.3 In D Major||(6:00)|
|B1.1||Allegro Di Molto||2:31|
|Overture No.2 In D Major||(6:00)|
|Overture No.6 In G Major||(6:10)|
|B3.1||Allegro Con Spirito||2:29|
|KDSLC 525||Johann Christian Bach - The Academy Of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood||Johann Christian Bach - The Academy Of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood - Six Favourite Overtures (Cass)||L'Oiseau-Lyre||KDSLC 525||UK||1978|
|417 148-2||Johann Christian Bach - The Academy Of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood||Johann Christian Bach - The Academy Of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood - Six Favourite Overtures (CD, Album)||L'Oiseau-Lyre||417 148-2||Germany||1986|