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Joh. Seb. Bach / Sil. Leo. Weiss, Konrad Junghänel, 5413633778010 - German Lute Music Of The Eighteenth Century Album

Joh. Seb. Bach / Sil. Leo. Weiss, Konrad Junghänel, 5413633778010 - German Lute Music Of The Eighteenth Century Album
  • Performer Joh. Seb. Bach / Sil. Leo. Weiss, Konrad Junghänel, 5413633778010
  • Title German Lute Music Of The Eighteenth Century
  • Date of release 2005
  • Country Belgium
  • Style Baroque
  • Label Accent
  • Catalog number ACC 77801
  • Other formats CD, Album, Reissue
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1397 mb
  • Size FLAC 1310 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 569

Tracklist

1Fuga8:32
2Sarabande5:00
3Sil. Leo. Weiss, Konrad JunghänelSuite D-minor
4Joh. Seb. Bach, Konrad JunghänelSuite C-minor (BWV 997)
5Le Sicilien5:00
6Gavotte2:18
7Menuet2:06
8Gigue3:03
9Sil. Leo. Weiss, Konrad JunghänelTombeau Sur La Mort De Mr. Cajetan, Baron D'Hartig4:30
10Un Poco Andante4:12
11La Badinage3:57
12Prélude2:03
13Prelude3:13
14Gigue3:09
15Joh. Seb. Bach, Konrad JunghänelAdagio (BWV 1001) And Fuge (BWV 1000) G-minor10:58

Credits

  • Composed ByJoh. Seb. Bach (tracks: A1 to A5), Sil. Leo. Weiss (tracks: B1 to B8)
  • Design [Cover Design]Maria Uyttersprot
  • LuteKonrad Junghänel
  • Photography By [Cover Photograph]Christian De Bruyne
  • Producer, Recorded ByAdelheid Glatt, Andreas Glatt
  • Sleeve Notes [German]Harald Hoeren
  • Sleeve Notes [Traduction]R. Simons
  • Sleeve Notes [Translation By]C. Cartwright

Notes

"Record place: St. Stefanuskerk - Melsen (Belgium)"
"Recording date: September 1978"

Bach, Weiss: Lute Music Of The 18th Century / Weiss / Junghanel

Release Date: 04/27/1992
Label: Accent Catalog #: 77801 Spars Code: DDD
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Silvius Leopold Weiss
Performer: Konrad Junghanel
Number of Discs: 1
Recorded in: Stereo
Length: 0 Hours 58 Mins.

Works on This Recording

1. Sonata for Violin solo no 1 in G minor, BWV 1001: 1st movement, Adagio by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Konrad Junghanel (Lute)
Period: Baroque
Written: 1720; Cöthen, Germany
Date of Recording: 09/1978
Venue: St. Stephanuskerk, Melsen, Belgium
Length: 4 Minutes 12 Secs.
2. Fugue for Lute in G minor, BWV 1000 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Konrad Junghanel (Lute)
Period: Baroque
Written: circa ?1725; Leipzig, Germany
Date of Recording: 09/1978
Venue: St. Stephanuskerk, Melsen, Belgium
Length: 6 Minutes 45 Secs.
3. Partita for Lute in C minor, BWV 997 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer: Konrad Junghanel (Lute)
Period: Baroque
Written: 1737-1741; Leipzig, Germany
Date of Recording: 09/1978
Venue: St. Stephanuskerk, Melsen, Belgium
4. Tombeau sur la mort de Monsieur Cajetan Baron d'Hartig by Silvius Leopold Weiss
Performer: Konrad Junghanel (Lute)
Period: Baroque
Date of Recording: 09/1978
Venue: St. Stephanuskerk, Melsen, Belgium
Length: 4 Minutes 27 Secs.
5. Suite for Lute in D minor (Dresden MS, Mus. 3841-V-I) by Silvius Leopold Weiss
Performer: Konrad Junghanel (Lute)
Period: Baroque
Date of Recording: 09/1978
Venue: St. Stephanuskerk, Melsen, Belgium
Length: 2 Minutes 4 Secs.

Notes and Editorial Reviews

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH; SYLVIUS LEOPOLD WEISS Konrad Junghanel, lute (Nico van der WAALS, 1976). LUTE MUSIC OF THE 18TH CENTURY - JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: Adagio (VWV 1001); Fuge (BWV 1000); Suite in C minor; SYLVIUS LEOPOLD WEISS: Suite in D minor; Tombeau sur la mort de Mr. Cajetan, Baron d'Hartig.

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AllMusic Review by Uncle Dave Lewis [-]
Before he gained renown as a conductor and leader of the seminal Baroque vocal ensemble Cantus Cölln, Konrad Junghänel made his name as one of the world's foremost lutenists. This Accent Plus release, Bach, Weiss: Lute Music of the 18th Century, pairs the Johann Sebastian Bach works thought most idiomatically friendly to the lute along with a suite by Bach's friend Sylvius Leopold Weiss, generally adjudged by history as the last of the great lutenists before the instrument went into a long eclipse. Originally released as a vinyl LP in 1978, this first appeared on CD in 1994; the Accent Plus issue surfaced in 2010. Here, Konrad Junghänel plays a then newly minted lute built by Nico van der Walls, which has a rich tone and deep bass notes; his interpretations of all this music are first-class, though there are a couple of minor irregularities caused by string snaps and an awkward transition at one point. Junghänel would eventually revisit all of this material within the context of "complete" surveys for other labels before he moved to conducting full time, but this is still a fine recital and a definitive example of Junghänel's early playing. Those wanting a taste of Junghänel in these composers will not be disappointed, and even though the original release was on LP, don't expect typical LP length, as the CD generously runs just short of an hour.

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Companies

  • Recorded At – St. Stefanuskerk, Melsen