New PDF release: C.P.E. Bach (The Late Eighteenth-Century Composers)

By David Schulenberg

ISBN-10: 1472443373

ISBN-13: 9781472443373

the second one son of Johann Sebastian Bach, C.P.E. Bach used to be an enormous composer in his personal correct, in addition to a author and performer on keyboard tools. He composed approximately one thousand works in all of the prime genres of the interval, aside from opera, and Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven all stated his impression. He was once additionally the writer of a two-volume encyclopedic e-book approximately functionality on keyboard device. C.P.E. Bach and his tune have constantly been the topic of important scholarship and e-book yet curiosity has sharply elevated during the last or 3 many years from performers in addition to tune historians. This quantity accommodates very important writings not just at the composer and his leader works but additionally on theoretical matters and function questions. the point of interest all through is on particularly fresh scholarship in a different way on hand simply in hard-to-access sources.

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