Chromatic Fantasy Sonata

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The second part is a series of very clear and remotely modulating soft leading chords that are written in the oldest copies as "Arpeggio", i. The third part is entitled Recitative and includes a variety of ornamented, enriched, highly expressive melodies. This part contains several enharmonic equivalents. Both works are exceptional and therefore particularly popular compositions in Bach's keyboard music. This assessment was shared by Bach's contemporaries.

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The first biographer of Bach, Johann Nikolaus Forkel , wrote: "I have given much effort to find another piece of this type by Bach. But it was in vain. This fantasy is unique and has never been second to none. Felix Mendelssohn , the founder of the Bach revival, played this fantasy in February and in a series of concerts at the Leipzig Gewandhaus and delighted the audience.

He attributed this effect to the free interpretation of the fantasy's arpeggios. He used the sound effects of the era's grand piano through differentiated dynamics, accentuating high notes and doubling pedal bass notes.

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This interpretation became the model for the adagio of Mendelssohn's second sonata for cello and Piano Op. This work gives the top notes of the piano arpeggios a chorale melody while the cello plays an extended recitative resembling that of the Chromatic Fantasia and quotes its final passage.

This romantic interpretation was formative; many famous pianists and composers, including Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms , used the work as a demonstration of virtuosity and expressiveness in their concert repertoire. It was reprinted in many editions with interpretive notes and scale instructions.

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There is plenty of lovely piano-playing here, from a fleet-footed Bach Chromatic Fantasy to an architecturally conceived Isolde's Liebestod, which is my personal highlight. The choices of repertoire on the second disc are never less than thought-provoking.

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And although the piano sound will surely be too bright and the touch too heavy for some ears in the Romantic repertoire, in particular Schumann's 'In der Nacht', it definitely suits Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Ligeti and Stockhausen. An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.

Chromatic Fantasy Sonata, version for solo piano

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J.S. Bach Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in d minor, BWV 903 (Schiff)

New Releases. Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue, Bwv Description Hans Bischoff was a German concert pianist and well-regarded music editor, who continues to be respected for his thorough research, attention to detail, and careful consideration of source materials. This newly engraved edition of the Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue, BWV is based on Bischoff's analysis of several documents, including a manuscript belonging to the Berlin Royal Library.