Completion of an internationally acclaimed series: Aapo H√§kkinen and the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra conclude the cycle of Bach's harpsichord concertos with the concertos for 3 and 4 harpsichords. Here, too, H√§kkinen surprises in terms of instrumentation: The harpsichords represent different schools of instrument building (German, Flemish, French and Italian), resulting in a remarkably differentiated sound. With Mikl√≥s Sp√°nyi, Cristiano Holtz, and Anna-Maaria Oramo, H√§kkinen is supported by experienced companions. This keyboard festival is rounded off with the monumental Duetto by the eccentric Bach pupil Johann Gottfried M√ľthel, presented by specialists Mikl√≥s Sp√°nyi and Aapo H√§kkinen on two historic clavichords.
Completion of an internationally acclaimed series: Aapo H√§kkinen and the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra conclude the cycle of Bach's harpsichord concertos with the concertos for 3 and 4 harpsichords. Here, too, H√§kkinen surprises in terms of instrumentation: The harpsichords represent different schools of instrument building (German, Flemish, French and Italian), resulting in a remarkably differentiated sound. With Mikl√≥s Sp√°nyi, Cristiano Holtz, and Anna-Maaria Oramo, H√§kkinen is supported by experienced companions. This keyboard festival is rounded off with the monumental Duetto by the eccentric Bach pupil Johann Gottfried M√ľthel, presented by specialists Mikl√≥s Sp√°nyi and Aapo H√§kkinen on two historic clavichords.
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Label: AEOLUS
Rel. Date: 09/18/2020
UPC: 4026798101077

Concerti A Cembalo 4 (Hybr)
Artist: Muthel / Hakkinen / Oramo
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Completion of an internationally acclaimed series: Aapo H√§kkinen and the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra conclude the cycle of Bach's harpsichord concertos with the concertos for 3 and 4 harpsichords. Here, too, H√§kkinen surprises in terms of instrumentation: The harpsichords represent different schools of instrument building (German, Flemish, French and Italian), resulting in a remarkably differentiated sound. With Mikl√≥s Sp√°nyi, Cristiano Holtz, and Anna-Maaria Oramo, H√§kkinen is supported by experienced companions. This keyboard festival is rounded off with the monumental Duetto by the eccentric Bach pupil Johann Gottfried M√ľthel, presented by specialists Mikl√≥s Sp√°nyi and Aapo H√§kkinen on two historic clavichords.