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Anno 2011-03 / Issue 2011-03

Johann Kuhnau [Kuhn, Cuno]
(Geising, Erzgebirge, 6 April 1660 - Leipzig, 5 June 1722)

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Suonata Prima in g

(Andante)
Adagio
Allegro
(Andante)

Suonata Seconda in D

(Andante)
Molto Adagio
(Allegro)
Adagio
(
Allegro)

Suonata Terza in F

(Andante)
Aria
(
Allegro)
Aria
(
Vivace)

Suonata Quarta in c

Vivace
Adagio
(Allegro)
(
Adagio)

Suonata Quinta in e

(Andante)
(Allegro)
(Andante)
(
Allegro)

Suonata Sesta in B

Ciaccona
(
Adagio)
Vivace
(
Adagio)
Ciaccona da capo

Suonata Settima in a

(Andante)
Adagio
(Allegro)
(
Allegro)

We are proud to make available for you another great set of recordings, still performed by the known harpsichordist Fernando De Luca, one of the Founders of this project/website and, so far, a fundamental Contributor for its development. The Johann Kuhnau's Complete Set of Harpsichord Music is planned to be published on saladelcembalo.org from January 2011 throughout the following two months, as depicted in the schedule below.

Have a nice listening... and thanks to all our Baroque Contributors!
Zadok, Rome Jan 5th, 2011

2011, January 5: Kuhnau BOOK I
Neuer Clavier-Übung, erster Theil (Leipzig, 1689)
Sieben Partien in Dur [1 hour 10 min]

2011, January 26: Kuhnau BOOK II
Neuer Clavier-Übung, anderer Theil (Leipzig, 1692)
Sieben Partien in Moll (und Sonate) [1 hour 29 min]

2011, February 16: Kuhnau BOOK III
Frische Clavier Früchte (Leipzig, 1696)
Sieben Suonaten [1 hour 6 min]

2011, March 2, 9 & 16: Kuhnau BOOK IV
Musicalische Vorstellung einiger biblischer Historien
(Leipzig,
1700) - Sechs Sonaten (mit Vorwort)
- sonatas 1 & 2 [33 min]
- sonatas 3 & 4 [34 min]
- sonatas 5 & 6 [26 min]

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Fernando De Luca
harpsichord

Recorded in Rome, August 2010
German harpsichord, a copy from Christian Vater (1738) built by F. P. Ciocca (2007)
Pitch: A=415Hz / Werckmeister III

Enregistrement & montage numérique:
Fernando De Luca, Marco De Gregorio

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