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Guido Rimonda & Ramin Bahrami – Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord BWV 1014, 1015, 1016 (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Guido Rimonda & Ramin Bahrami – Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord BWV 1014, 1015, 1016 (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/96kHz | Time – 00:43:59 minutes | 764 MB | Genre: Classical
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Guido Rimonda and Ramin Bahrami collaborate together in the name of Bach to create the complete sonatas for violin and cembalo (in this case piano). On September 24, the first volume will be available at a special price with the first three – BWV 1014, 1015, 1016 – while the second is expected by spring 2022.

Few artists in recent years have done as much to bring Bach’s music to everyone, as Ramin Bahrami. The Iranian artist has made it a life mission by working on the destruction of fences that the classical music environment often likes to surround itself with. For his part Guido Rimonda, the inexhaustible soul of the Ducal Chamber, has devoted an immense effort to the study and dissemination of the work of Giovan Battista Viotti, subtracting the work from the oblivion to which it seemed destined. Two musicians who in their artistic life have cared only for music, with noble and very precise missions. An attitude that could only lead them to share a common project. The recording follows a series of numerous live performances by Bahrami and Rimonda in Italy and abroad that will also continue over the next few months as indicated below. A curiosity: the Stradivari Le Noir violin, with which the recording was made, turns 300 years old this year, the same age as Bachian masterpieces made in the span of about a decade three centuries ago.

1. Guido Rimonda – I. Adagio
2. Guido Rimonda – II. Allegro
3. Guido Rimonda – III. Andante
4. Guido Rimonda – IV. Allegro
5. Guido Rimonda – I. (Andante)
6. Guido Rimonda – II. Allegro
7. Guido Rimonda – III. Andante un poco
8. Guido Rimonda – IV. Presto
9. Guido Rimonda – I. Adagio
10. Guido Rimonda – II. Allegro
11. Guido Rimonda – III. Adagio ma non tanto
12. Guido Rimonda – IV. Allegro


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