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Bach's Goldberg Variations: One of the most multi-facetted variation cycles in music history: a theme of unparalleled beauty, a simple bass line as the basis for 30 variations full of richly melodic invention. Bach's cosmos leads the listener through facets of human feeling into undreamt-of breadth.more

Johann Sebastian Bach

Bach's Goldberg Variations: One of the most multi-facetted variation cycles in music history: a theme of unparalleled beauty, a simple bass line as the basis for 30 variations full of richly melodic invention. Bach's cosmos leads the listener through facets of human feeling into undreamt-of breadth.

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Bach: Goldberg Variations
One ofthe most multi-facetted variation cycles in music history: a theme of unparalleled beauty, a simple bass line as thebasis for 30 variations full of richly melodic invention. Bach's cosmos leadsthe listener through facets of human feeling into undreamt-of breadth.

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American Record Guide | May/June 2018 | Bradley Lehman | May 1, 2018

Kemal Cem Yilmaz spends most of his time in Germany and his native Turkey. This is his debut solo recording. His interpretation is forthright. ItMehr lesen

Kemal Cem Yilmaz spends most of his time in Germany and his native Turkey. This is his debut solo recording. His interpretation is forthright. It sounds like he is going mostly for a solemn serenity and achieving it. He takes about 20% of the repeats: Variations 2, 4, 6, 10, 11, 19, and the second half of 16. Variations 7, 9, 13, 15, 25, and the Aria are remarkably slow. 25 is so slow that it lasts 6:28 without repeats. Variations 26 and 29 project more joyous character, rivaling the blistering speed in Glenn Gould’s 1955 recording. Yilmaz plays main-note trills (instead of starting from the upper note) and there is a mis-learned note in Variation 6, but everything else sounds conventionally pianistic and well prepared. The booklet doesn’t say much except that Yilmaz humbly reveres Bach. I respect albums that are made as well as this, but I’m not excited about them.

[…] I’ve reviewed ten other harpsichord and piano performances of the Goldberg Variations here in the past two years. Despite their excellence of execution, none of these three new recordings displace older favorites mentioned in those reviews.
Kemal Cem Yilmaz spends most of his time in Germany and his native Turkey. This is his debut solo recording. His interpretation is forthright. It

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Piano News | 2/2018 März/April | Marco Frei | March 1, 2018

Ein "Aha-Erlebnis" findet sich in den Gestaltungen von Yilmaz nicht wirklich. Dafür aber berührt die ehrliche, oftmals klangschön verlebendigte Sicht.Mehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
Ein "Aha-Erlebnis" findet sich in den Gestaltungen von Yilmaz nicht wirklich. Dafür aber berührt die ehrliche, oftmals klangschön verlebendigte Sicht.

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Johann Sebastian Bach: Goldberg Variations
article number: 20.035
EAN barcode: 4022143200358
price group: BCB
release date: 22. September 2017
total time: 54 min.

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