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Bach: Well-Tempered Clavier

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--- Quote from: Holden on May 06, 2007, 02:57:05 PM ---If you can get it - Samuil Feinberg.

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I've seen this about on the "Classical records" label. How's the sound?

Thanks for the feedback.  My knee-jerk reaction to the above is Gould.

Is Andras Schiff's work here worth a listen?

The Mad Hatter:
I've heard that the Schiff is the best if you want 'traditional' Bach.

Personally, I'll almost always go for Gould (har, har) - his playing just speaks to me in a way very few other performers do.

The Jando on Naxos I don't really enjoy - can't hear the voicing very clearly.


--- Quote from: Don on May 06, 2007, 04:43:22 PM ---Agree, and I would add Landowska, Gilbert, Suzuki and Verlet.

On piano, there's Gould, Gulda, Fellner/Bk. 1, Richter, Feinberg, Aldwell, Tureck, Crochet, Fischer and Nikolayeva.

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Oops, forgot the Landowska!

I love the Fellner and the Tureck.  I wish Fellner would hurry up and record Bk II!

Another vote for Glen Wilson on harpsichord and Glen Glould on piano!



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