Katarzyna Drogosz – pianoforte, Paulina Tkaczyk – harpsichord and pianoforte
C.Ph.E. Bach, W.F. Bach, J.Ch. Bach, Ch.S. Binder
Pianoforte and harpsichord – „two brothers”, similar and yet so different... When they are in concert together, complementing each other and exchanging the timbres, they produce a remarkable effect. The programme of the concert, which comprises works by „the great Bach's” sons: Carl Philipp Emanuel, Wilhelm Friedemann and Johann Christian, as well as the Dresden composer Christlieb Siegmund Binder, shows how different styles – galant, rococo, Empfindsamkeit, Sturm und Drang and classical – penetrate one another. Thus it creates stylistic plurality and presents the „transitional period”, full of rapture and surprising twists, in an original way.
|C.Ph.E. Bach (1714-1788)||Vier kleine Duetten||harpsichord, pianoforte|
|Ch.S. Binder (1723-1789)||Sonata in A minor, Op. 1 No. 5||harpsichord solo|
|J.Ch. Bach (1735-1782)||Sonata in G major, Op. 15||harpsichord, pianoforte|
|W.F. Bach (1710-1784)||Polonaisen, Falck 12||pianoforte solo|
|W.F. Bach (1710-1784)||Concerto in F major, Falck 10||harpsichord, pianoforte|