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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Mira Glodeanu
Frédérick Haas

Mira Glodeanu violon (Marcin Groblicz, 1604), Frédérick Haas clavecin (Henri Hemsch, 1751)

Miracles of balance, labyrinths of creativity, gestures of the spirit, Bach's six Sonatas for violin and harpischord are almost of our time. Richness of emotion, mastery of technique and texture... Music of imagination and art... Played by Mira Glodeanu and Fédérick Haas, using two exceptional period instruments, a 1604 Grobliz and 1751 Hemsch, here is Bach's most precious ensemble gift to violinists and harpischordists.

What the press says :

“The low tuning (405 hz) and generous acoustic make listening a heart-warming, unalloyed pleasure.
Both musicians have played the cycle often in concert, as is demonstrated by the uncanny communication between them.” Carlos Maria Solare, The Strad, July 2007.

With the support from Institutul Cultural Rouman

Released on the 13th of April 2007

Price (2 CD's) : 24€

Last update Thursday 13 December 2018