Pieter jan belder well tempered clavier sheet

Founded in 1988 by the legendary producer Klaas Posthuma, Globe Records has been the quintessentially Dutch classical label. With a strong catalogue of internationally acclaimed artists the label is keen on releasing music that has never or seldom been recorded before. It’s not that Pieter-Jan Belder’s playing of the harpsichord (on today’s Brilliant Classics CD) is bad. It’s actually very good. But (and here it comes again) I prefer the sound of the piano. It’s more expressive than the harpsichord. But I’ll buck up and keep listening to these Brilliant Classics performances because [Read more →] Brandt’s Woodwind Quintet List – B In concert with recent scholarship on women composers, this list now highlights their names with a different-colored background. Das Wohltemperierte Klavier - Le Clavier bien tempéré - The Well-Tempered Clavier 1722 Praeludium 1 BWV 846 Johann Sebastian Bach 1685 – 1750 4 The liner notes, by Peter Wollny, survey the work’s history and the temperament innovations from which it grew, but tell us nothing about the performer or her instrument, which is only briefly alluded to elsewhere in the liner as “harpsichord 1995, Anthony Sidey & Frédéric Bal from Silbermann original.”