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Flute Sonatas 2 / Partita Import


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  • Performer: Janet See, Davitt Moroney, Mary Springfels
  • Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Audio CD (June 8, 2004)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Hmf Classical Exp.
  • ASIN: B0001XP1UU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #531,690 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Partita for solo flute in A minor, BWV 1013: Allemande
2. Partita for solo flute in A minor, BWV 1013: Corrente
3. Partita for solo flute in A minor, BWV 1013: Sarabande
4. Partita for solo flute in A minor, BWV 1013: Bourrée Anglaise
5. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Andante
6. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Allegro
7. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Adagio
8. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Minuet I & II
9. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Andante
10. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Allegro
11. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Adagio
12. Sonata for flute & keyboard in C major, BWV 1033: Minuet I & II
13. Sonata for flute & keyboard in E flat major, BWV 1031: Allegro moderato
14. Sonata for flute & keyboard in E flat major, BWV 1031: Siciliana
15. Sonata for flute & keyboard in E flat major, BWV 1031: Allegro
16. Sonata for violin & keyboard in G minor, H. 542.5 (also attributed to J.S. Bach as BWV 1020): Allegro
17. Sonata for violin & keyboard in G minor, H. 542.5 (also attributed to J.S. Bach as BWV 1020): Adagio
18. Sonata for violin & keyboard in G minor, H. 542.5 (also attributed to J.S. Bach as BWV 1020): Allegro

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Leslie Richford on April 8, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750): Flute Sonatas Vol. 2. Partita in A Minor BWV 1013; Sonata in C Major BWV 1033 in two versions; Sonata in E Flat Major BWV 1031; Sonata in G Minor WV 1020. Performed by Janet See, baroque transverse flute; Davitt Moroney, harpsichord; Mary Springfels, viola da gamba.

Recorded in March 1990 by Skywalker Sound of Marin County, California.

Harmonia Mundi, originally released as the second CD of the set HMU 907024.25, now re-released in the budget Classical Express series as HMCX 2957025. Total time: 57’15”.

The first volume of Bach’s flute sonatas by the same performers (HMCX 3957024) has been given almost unanimous praise by critics and Amazon reviewers alike. This second volume continues the marvelous performance on period instruments by three of America’s most accomplished baroque musicians. The main difference between the two CDs is the fact that the pieces on this CD are more controversial from a musicological standpoint and that Janet See has opted to play two of them as flute solos. BWV 1013, the partita in A minor, is an older piece that Bach possibly wrote for French virtuoso flautist Buffardin in Dresden. Janet See gives a spirited performance, and it is probably only the very last note of the Allemande (where she concludes the movement with a loud and rather shrill tone) where opinions will differ. BWV 1033 has been classed by musicologists as spurious, possibly as a work by Bach’s second son Carl Philipp Emanuel. Davitt Moroney, obviously the driving musicological force behind the recording, thinks that Johann Sebastian may have written the flute part, while Carl Philipp Emanuel added the bass line.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By robert van horson on February 11, 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Bach's flute sonatos
like you've never heard them. Janet See plays the baroque flute (wood) like an angel. The sound of these selections is crystal clear and mellow. Fantastic!
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By Vic on November 20, 2014
Format: MP3 Music
I was expecting so much more based on the preceding reviews... but this disk (and the first volume) fall short. Don't know whether it's the Folkers & Powell flute or Janet See's technique, but the high notes squeak and overall it sounds as if it's one long battle with intonation. The dry acoustic doesn't help. I have Lisa Beznosiuk, Frans Brüggen, and Stephen Preston on traverso and they sound gorgeous.
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