1. J. S. Bach. Goldberg-Variationen. BWV mit verschiedenen Veränderungen für Cembalo mit 2 Manualen. (Goldberg-Variationen). ARIA. Stream Bach: Variazioni Goldberg by Sergio Vartolo and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for. Johann Sebastian Bach. Goldberg Variations, for keyboard (Clavier-Übung IV), BWV (BC L9). Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements .
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Glenn Gould in Concert: They are named after Johann Gottlieb Goldbergwho may have been the first performer.
Goldberg Variations [includes DVD]. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Goldberg Variations. Glenn Gould states that variations 28 and 29 present the only case of “motivic collaboration or extension between successive variations.
Some restoration done on title-page. Goldberg Variationen [ Recording].
This is another two-part hand-crossing variation, in 3 4 time. Goldberg-Variationen Version for String Trio.
The Complete s Bach Recordings on Archiv. Goldberg Variations; Italian Concerto. It never seethes or gets gritty, and is, of course, never boring.
The nineteen printed copies provide virtually the only information available to modern editors trying to reconstruct Bach’s intent, as the autograph handwritten score has not survived. In making his re-recording of the Goldberg VariationsGlenn Gould considered playing this variation at a slower tempo, in keeping with the tempo of the preceding variation Variation 16but ultimately decided not to because “Variation 17 is one of those rather skittish, slightly empty-headed collections of scales and arpeggios which Bach indulged when he wasn’t writing sober and proper things like fugues and canons, and it just seemed to me that there wasn’t enough substance to it to warrant such a methodical, deliberate, Germanic tempo.
Every third variation is a different kind of canon. The ground bass on which the entire set of variations is built is heard perhaps most explicitly in this variation as well as in the Quodlibet due to the simplicity of the bass voice. This file is available in “flac” format here. Goldberg Variations arranged by Andrei Eshpai.
Please obey the copyright laws of your country. Bach uses a loose inversion motif between the first half and the second half of this variation, “recycling” rhythmic and melodic material, passing material that was in the right hand to the left hand, and loosely selectively inverting it. Its melody is made to stand out by what has gone on in the last five variations, and it is likely to appear wistful or nostalgic or subdued or resigned or sad, heard on its repeat as something coming to an end, the same notes but now final.
The French style of hand-crossing such cariazioni is found in the clavier works of Francois Couperin is employed, with both hands playing at the same part of the keyboard, one above the other. Keyboard Works 1, Box 8 [Box Goldberrg. Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3. Bach Digital source list. The Art of Glenn Gould. The variations located two after each canon 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, and 29 are what Kirkpatrick calls “arabesques”; they are variations in lively tempo with a great deal of hand-crossing.
Performed by Kimiko Douglass-Ishizaka on piano. Aria to Variation 9. Goldberg Variations; Partitas Goldberg Variations for String Quartet. This is relatively easy goldbrrg perform on a two-manual harpsichord, holdberg quite difficult to do on a piano. Rather unusually for Bach’s varazioni,  the Goldberg Variations were published in his own lifetime, in Introspection Late Night Partying. Another lively two-part virtuosic variation for two manuals, in 3 4 time.
Goldberg-Variationen, BWV 988 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
This is a canon at the fifth in 2 4 time. But since at this time all his works were already models of art, such also these variations became under his hand. Every third variation in the series of 30 is a canonfollowing an ascending pattern. The edition contains various printing errors. Performer Pages Kimiko Ishizaka Piano. Creative Commons Zero 1. Underneath the rapid arabesques, this variation is basically a sarabande. It is widely performed on this instrument today, though there are also a great number of performances on the piano see Discography below.
He concludes, “It need not go quickly. A note-for-note repeat of the aria at the beginning. This page was last edited on 20 Decemberat With greater difficulty, the work can nevertheless be played on a single-manual harpsichord or piano. The first of the regular canons, this is a canon at the unison: Nuremberg, Balthasar Schmid, publisher.
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Bach’s Keyboard Musicp. Editor Leonid Roizman — The music is deceptively simple and heartfelt, with a noble calm even when the performer is obliged to cross hands at lightning speeds.
Contrasting it with Variation 15, Glenn Gould described this variation as “certainly one of the giddiest bits of neo- Scarlatti -ism imaginable. This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Nineteen copies of the first edition survive today.
Wanda Landowska famously described this variation as “the vaariazioni pearl” of the Goldberg Variations.