Johann Sebastian Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of the Fugue) BWV 1080 - Winschermann

Johann Sebastian Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of the Fugue) BWV 1080 - Winschermann KHCD-2017-015DL
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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of the Fugue) BWV 1080
In the revised order and scoring for oboe, oboe d’amore, oboe di caccia, bassoon, strings, and harpsichord
realized by Hans Winschermann

1) Contrapunctus 1 – simple fugue (3'40")
2) Contrapunctus 2 – fugue on inverted subject (2'46")
3) Contrapunctus 3 – simple fugue, rhythmically altered (2'52")
4) Contrapunctus 4 – fugue on inverted subject, rhythmically altered (4'59")
5) Canon alla ottava (2'48")
6) Contrapunctus 5 – counterfugue, theme always having the same note-values (3'54")
7) Contrapunctus 6 – counterfugue, theme presented with two different sets of note-values (4'27")
8) Contrapunctus 7 - counterfugue, theme presented with two different sets of note-values (3'15")
9) Canon alla Duodecima in Contrapuncto alla Quinta (2'12")
10) Contrapunctus 8 – 1st mirror fugue; 2nd mirror fugue (4'34")
11) Contrapunctus 9 – 1st mirror fugue; 2nd mirror fugue (4'52")
12) Contrapunctus 10 – double fugue, on two themes permitting double counterpoint using the fifth (2'20")
13) Contrapunctus 11 - double fugue, on two themes permitting double counterpoint using the third and the fifth (4'15")
14) Canon per Augmentationem in contrario motu (4"34)
15) Contrapunctus 12 – triple fugue, on the main theme and two new themes (6'10"
16) Contrapunctus 13 – triple fugue, on the main theme, the counter subjects of the previous fugue and a free counterpoint (6'57")
17) Canon alla Decima, Contrapunto alla Terza (5'05")
18) Contrapunctus 14 – quadruple fugue on for themes (unfinished) (8'35")

Deutsche Bachsolisten conducted by Helmut Winschermann

Personnel:
Fumiaki Miyamoto, oboe; Hansjörg Schellenberger, oboe and oboe d’amore; Klauss Thunemann, bassoon
Ernst Mayer-Schierning, Alfred Tripper, violin; Enrique Santiago, viola; Werner Thomas, ‘cello; Dietrich Schneider, double bass; Gottfried Bach, harpsichord
Source: RCA 2-LP set RL 40774 (German pressing), recorded 10-11 April, 1974
(Kawaguchi Public Hall, Tokyo), & 23 April, 1974 (Setagaya Public Hall, Tokyo)
Original producer: Hiroshi Isaka
Original sound engineer: Heizo Yoda
Digital restoration: Curt Timmons 2017 - For Private Use Only
Thanks to Andreas Antonio Isenberg for lending the LP set used in this transcription
Cover art from original LP box

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of the Fugue) BWV 1080 In the revised order and scoring for oboe, oboe d’amore, oboe di caccia, bassoon, strings, and harpsichord realized by Hans Winschermann 1) Contrapunctus 1 &n
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