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  • Even though Angela Hewitt's repertoire is quite extensive and diverse, encompassing the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and modern eras, her true specialty is the music of J.S. Bach, which she has recorded almost exclusively for Hyperion since the kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfo: $
  • Nov 27,  · 40 - Gigue Recorded in December Das Kulturzentrum Grand Hotel, Dobbiaco, Italy Produced by Ludger Böckenhoff Engineered by Ludger Böckenhoff Cover artwork: Photo of Angela Hewitt by Keith.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Six Partitas on Discogs/5(4).
  • Album · · 66 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. English Suite No. 4 in F Major, BWV VI. Gigue. By Johann Sebastian Bach. 43 By Johann Sebastian Bach & Angela Hewitt.
  • The Partitas show how Bach took the standard keyboard suite and made it into something uniquely his own. With the release of this CD back in , Angela Hewitt’s career began to really take off. ‘Effortlessly eclipsing all competition’ (Gramophone) ‘Pouvait-on imaginer Bach aussi lumineux, brillant? .
  • Each CD comes in a paper-sleeve, bundled in a fold-out cardboard-box with a 32 page booklet. The booklet contains liner notes in English, French and German by Angela Hewitt © The bonus sampler disc "NOT Bach" contains previous released material: Chaconne in G major (Händel) from CDA ℗ /5(3).
  • A prominent recording artist for Hyperion since the s, Angela Hewitt has become the most esteemed interpreter of Bach since Glenn Gould, and for many listeners, the most distinctive performer of this music on piano. Hewitt 's impressive run of recordings has been collected into this box set, which is 15 discs and a booklet.
  • Bach*, Angela Hewitt Bach*, Angela Hewitt - Fantasia And Fugue In A Minor · Aria Variata · Sonata In D Major · Suite In F Minor ‎ (CD, Album) Hyperion.
  • Recorded early in Angela Hewitt's Bach cycle, the popular French Suites (along with the "Little Preludes" and other two more dynamic virtuoso pieces) take a step back from the more serious and complex fugal compositions of Bach and settle into the restrained elegance of the courtly and rustic dances of the era/5(26).