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J.S. Bach: Konzerte Fur 2,3,& 4 Klaviere
Johann Sebastian Bach, Christoph Eschenbach, Hamburger Philharmoniker
J.S. Bach: Konzerte Fur 2,3,& 4 Klaviere
Genre: Classical
 
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Best recording I've heard of these concertos
johndabomb | Massachusetts | 01/30/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I guess it really depends on your personal tastes, but I would have to say that this upbeat, lively interpretation of the world's greatest concertos (specifically the C Major double) is unparalleled. In the fast movements the notes are played largely staccato and the tempo is quite brisk for the most part. If you prefer this type of a performance (as I do) get this cd! Just as a side note, their ending of the second harpsichord solo in the first movement of the c minor double (happens twice) without a trill where just about every other version puts one is indescribably cool!"
Talent, talent talent
johndabomb | 06/30/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Bach...Okay, having established the bone fides of the composer let's move on the production: Hamburg Philharmonic...That's two down; all that's left is to discuss the pianists and now that's a tough one because while listening to it on my way home I was nothing short of entranced...I had to pull off at the next exit to make sure I wrote down the title etc. Did I like it? Would I recommend it? Well, it's one of the items I'm buying for Christmas Gifts. Nobody in mind just yet but I know that somebody out there is going to make a comment about piano, Bach, classical music and I'll know I scored. If you like any of these topics you will really like this album."
Very uplifting
Maria Winter | California | 05/02/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I heard this piece in my car for the first time today - it is just one of these pieces of music which hits you and you know you are listing to something great. It was so far the best version I heard of Bach's piano concerto. And after I learned that it was the recording with Helmut Schmidt, I liked it even more. Being German and having lived in Germany while he was chancellor - how much better can it get?"