|Album:||J.S. Bach Recital; Andrew Rangell||Collection:||Classical|
|Artist:||Bach, J.S. / A.Rangell||Added:||Sep 2006|
|Add Date:||2006-10-01||Pull Date:||2006-12-03||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Nov 26||Nov 19||Nov 5||Oct 29||Oct 22||Oct 15||Oct 8|
|1.||Feb 07, 2011:||Mixed Up Class
Bach: Presto, from Italian concerto, BWV 971
|4.||Nov 22, 2006:||beat.net chapter 53.0: e.g., eran mukamel, or even chichikov the cheap [sub]
|2.||Apr 01, 2010:||"In Your Ear ..." with Bug, subbing for roxanne
French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Echo, French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Gigue, French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Bourrees I & Ii, French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Sarabande, French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Passepieds I & Ii, French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Gavottes I & Ii, French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Courante, French Overture In B Minor, Bwv 831 - Overture
|5.||Nov 21, 2006:||Goodnight, Moon
|3.||Dec 03, 2006:||Multiple Personality Disorder
Chromatic Fantasy And Fugue, Bwv 901: Fantasy, Little Prelude In A Minor, Bwv 942
|6.||Nov 20, 2006:||Mixed Up Class
Bach: Italian concerto, BWV 971
1. short laid-back prelude.
*2. My favorite Bach piece. Sounds improvised – meandering, much tempo fluctuation, passionate and intense. If you really like this piece seek out the recording by Roslyn Tureck. Wow this is good.
*3. The fugue of the same piece as track 2. Amazing voicing by the pianist – easy to follow the intertwined lines. Wow, I like Ragnell’s performance of this better than
track 2! Ends 10 sec. early.
4. Pretty and light. Nowhere near as serious and heavy-sounding as the piece on tr. 2-3.
5-12. Almost sound orchestral at times – dense and tangly harmonies. It’s a dance suite. 5. Minor and slow, gets busier and sort of perpetual-motion-ish, ends like the beginning. 6. Slow and tangly. 7. Skittery. 8. A little heavier (except for a light middle-section). 9. Very slow, minor key. 10. Lighter. 11. Mid-slow tempo. Cool syncopations. *12. Full, dance-like, rich ending. Beautiful.
*13. Very famous prelude, from Book I of the Well-Tempered Clavier. Mmm.
14-16. Another well-known Bach piece. Nice subtle performance.
14. Very metered/strong beat.
15. Very slow.
16. Very active ending. Rollicking!