J.S. Bach's first biographer Johann Forkel numbered Johann Gottfried Muthel (1728-88) among the most remarkable of Bach's pupils, while Charles Burney ranked Muthel's works as among 'the greatest productions of the present age.'; The composer's five keyboard and strings concertos, distinctly individual, displaying sophisticated rhythms and harmonic playfulness, typify his era's straddling between the Baroque and Viennese Classicism. The young Polish harpsichordist Marcin is supported by his acclaimed period band compatriots, Arte dei Suonatori, on his BIS debut.
J.S. Bach's first biographer Johann Forkel numbered Johann Gottfried Muthel (1728-88) among the most remarkable of Bach's pupils, while Charles Burney ranked Muthel's works as among 'the greatest productions of the present age.'; The composer's five keyboard and strings concertos, distinctly individual, displaying sophisticated rhythms and harmonic playfulness, typify his era's straddling between the Baroque and Viennese Classicism. The young Polish harpsichordist Marcin is supported by his acclaimed period band compatriots, Arte dei Suonatori, on his BIS debut.
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Rel. Date: 05/12/2015
UPC: 7318590021798

Five Keyboard Concertos
Artist: Marcin Swiatkiewicz
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J.S. Bach's first biographer Johann Forkel numbered Johann Gottfried Muthel (1728-88) among the most remarkable of Bach's pupils, while Charles Burney ranked Muthel's works as among 'the greatest productions of the present age.'; The composer's five keyboard and strings concertos, distinctly individual, displaying sophisticated rhythms and harmonic playfulness, typify his era's straddling between the Baroque and Viennese Classicism. The young Polish harpsichordist Marcin is supported by his acclaimed period band compatriots, Arte dei Suonatori, on his BIS debut.