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Actually...

Schiff is the most "Baroque" sounding of any modern piano performer. His ornaments are perfectly executed and he has the perfect touch for playing Baroque keyboard music, originally written for the harpsichord. The other reviewer is incorrect about Invention No. 1 for two reasons -- first, Schiff is not playing 32nd notes, they are triplets, and secondly, he is not adding them to make it more interesting. There are actually two versions of Invention No. 1 (BWV 772 and BWV 772a). One is a version heard (as he mentioned) on the Gould recording (and also on many others), but Schiff chose to play the alternative version (BWV 772a) with the written triplets. Personally, I prefer the original BWV 772, but as far as Schiff's playing is concerned, he is extraordinary.

Amazing and sublime!

András Schiff plays these works with a confidence and knowledge that enables one to imagine the Master himself at his clavichord. This is Bach at his finest, in works often tossed aside as practice études. Three-part Invention #5 alone is worth the price of admission. They all speak with pensive spontaneity, an improvisatory spirit lurking just beneath the carefully detailed control. Buy them all. It doesn't get better than this.

aha!

wow, invention no. 8 sounds kind of like it does when I play it...except he was to loud with the bass hand during the switch from major into minor..and I like to swing it a bit.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 21 de diciembre de 1953 en Budapest, Hungary

Género: Clásica

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

András Schiff is one of the most prominent members of a generation of Hungarian pianists born in the years following the Second World War, along with such artists as Zoltán Kocsis, Dezsö Ránki, and Jenö Jandó. Of this remarkable group, Schiff has achieved the greatest international reputation, due not only to his decision to pursue his career outside of Hungary, but also thanks to his finely shaded sense of touch and an impressive memory that allows him to present, in concerts and recordings, large...
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Bach: Two and Three Part Inventions, András Schiff
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  • Géneros: Clásica, Música
  • Publicado: 26/08/1985

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