Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach [1714 – 1788]
Oboe sonata in G minor: III. Vivace
C.P.E. Bach’s Magnificat, Wq. 215, H. 772: "Suscepit Israel"
Ruth Sandhoff, mezzo-soprano
Michael Schneider, conductor
La Stagione Frankfurt
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (8 March 1714 – 14 December 1788)
A musician cannot move others unless he too is moved. He must feel all the emotions that he hopes to arouse in his audience, for the revealing of his own humor will stimulate a like mood in the listener.
Richard Strauss, «Salomé», Op. 54 — Tanz der sieben Schleier (Dance of the seven veils)
Rudolf Kempe, Staatskapelle Dresden
The Philadelphia Orchestra must have realized I cannot refuse a concert of Beethoven and Shostakovich…
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Concerto for Harpsichord & Fortepiano in E-flat major, Wq. 47 (1788): III. Presto
Harpsichord - Léon Berben
Fortepiano - Robert Hill
Musica Antiqua Köln, dir. Reinhard Goebel
Gustav Mahler doing yardwork.
The Sentient Puddle
Douglas Adams: Parrots the Universe and Everything
CPE Bach - Fantasy No. 6 for Keyboard in C Major, Wq. 59/6
Performed by Christopher Hogwood
C.P.E. Bach, Concerto for flute, strings & continuo in D minor, H. 426, Wq. 22 - Allegro
Alexei Utkin (oboe), Hermitage Chamber Orchestra
|—||Thomas Twining to Dr. Charles Burney, 13 October 1774 (via homilius)|
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-2014), Double Concerto for Harpsichord & Fortepiano in E-flat major, Wq. 47 (1788): 1. Allegro molto
Léon Berben, harpsichord
Robert Hill, fortepiano
Musica Antiqua Köln • Reinhard Goebel (2002)
Sketch for the Judgment of Solomon, Gottlieb Schick
It’s almost the birthday boy’s big 3-0-0!
|—||Douglas Adams while observing Mountain Gorillas in Last Chance to See. (via hitchhikersguidetothegalaxy)|
Brian Ferneyhough: Lemma-Icon-Epigram