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Listen to music from Johann Sebastian Bach; Julian Bream. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Johann Sebastian Bach; Julian Bream. Bach - Werke für Laute. Hmm, it looks like we don't know anything about this artist!
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Bach: Fugue in A Minor. 4. Rehearsal with the Julian Bream Consort. this is the essential julian bream collection. the recent EMI recordings, such "Bream Plays Bach" and "Sonata", are not included, and one regrets a little the lack of the early westminster vinyl. but the DVD biopic makes up for any omissions, and this appears to me otherwise to be the entire RCA series from 1960 to 1991.
Artist: Julian Bream Album: Baroque Guitar Genre: Chamber Music Date: 1991-06-21 Label: RCA. 0. Pavanas 1. Canarios 2. Prelude In D Minor 3. Fugue In A Minor 4. Fantasy & Minuet 5. Passacaille 6. Fantasie 7. Suite In D Minor: Prelude 8. Suite In D Minor: Allemande 9. Suite In D Minor: Courante 10. Suite In D Minor: Sarabande 1. Auf dieser CD: 1. Suite f& Laute BWV 996 e-moll Komponist Johann Sebastian Bach mit Julian Bream, Julian Bream 2. Suite f& Laute BWV 997 c-moll Komponist Johann Sebastian Bach mit Julian Bream, Julian Bream 3. Sonate f& Orgel Nr. 1 Es-dur BWV 525 Komponist Johann Sebastian Bach mit Julian Bream 4. 5 C-dur BWV 529 Komponist Johann Sebastian Bach mit Julian Bream.
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In 1956, Julian Bream made a recording of portions of BWV 996, 997, all of 998 and 999, for Westminster, entitled A Bach Recital for Guitar. In 1965 he made what may fairly be called one of most widely-heard and influential recordings of Bach, titled Lute Suites I and II. Emmanuel Winternitz quotes Bream’s memorable remarks in notes to the recording that the music falls happier on the guitar. In the early 1970’s, Spanish guitarist Narcisco Yepes was commissioned by Archiv/DGG to make . Bach: Werke für Laute. Yepes had previously made recording of some of the pieces on the ten-string guitar and he made his lute version with alterations to the text and anachronistic guitar-style tunings. An e-mail correspondent familiar with the matter informed me that Yepes was uncomfortable playing the lute and was not happy with the recording.
Sheet Music and Tabs for Julian Bream. Julian Bream was born in London in 1933. He has been proclaimed by many students of classical music as the premier guitar and lute virtuoso of the 20th century. After studying piano, cello and composition at the Royal College of Music, he made his public debut in 1950, quickly winning fame for his technique and mastery of a wide range of musical styles. Bream's first London concert took place at the Wigmore Hall in 1951.