Swipe

Waterloo Records

Pianist Andrew Rangell's debut recording-released thirty years ago-featured Bach's Goldberg Variations, F-sharp minor toccata, and the two Ricercares from "A Musical Offering". Over the course of many years, the verve, beauty, and originality of Mr. Rangell's Bach playing have been evidenced in a steady progression of interpretations: The Partitas, French Suites, Well-Tempered Clavier (bk. 1), The Art of Fugue, English Suites, Inventions, Sinfonias, and many other individual pieces. Rangell's Bach survey ends with this second book of the WTC in sparkling, free-spirited performances. "Each successive listening reveals a seemingly, heretofore unnoticed beauty and profound polyphonic mystery. " (ConcertoNet. Com)
Pianist Andrew Rangell's debut recording-released thirty years ago-featured Bach's Goldberg Variations, F-sharp minor toccata, and the two Ricercares from "A Musical Offering". Over the course of many years, the verve, beauty, and originality of Mr. Rangell's Bach playing have been evidenced in a steady progression of interpretations: The Partitas, French Suites, Well-Tempered Clavier (bk. 1), The Art of Fugue, English Suites, Inventions, Sinfonias, and many other individual pieces. Rangell's Bach survey ends with this second book of the WTC in sparkling, free-spirited performances. "Each successive listening reveals a seemingly, heretofore unnoticed beauty and profound polyphonic mystery. " (ConcertoNet. Com)
034062301768

More Info:

Pianist Andrew Rangell's debut recording-released thirty years ago-featured Bach's Goldberg Variations, F-sharp minor toccata, and the two Ricercares from "A Musical Offering". Over the course of many years, the verve, beauty, and originality of Mr. Rangell's Bach playing have been evidenced in a steady progression of interpretations: The Partitas, French Suites, Well-Tempered Clavier (bk. 1), The Art of Fugue, English Suites, Inventions, Sinfonias, and many other individual pieces. Rangell's Bach survey ends with this second book of the WTC in sparkling, free-spirited performances. "Each successive listening reveals a seemingly, heretofore unnoticed beauty and profound polyphonic mystery. " (ConcertoNet. Com)
back to top