J.S. Bach

Recommended (or not) Recordings

The Synthesizer Through All Ages (From Bach to Satie)

Main Performer
or Conductor:
Philipp Nicolai
Individual Works:1.Concerto op.8 nr1 in E Major"La Primavera"(from"The Four Seasons") A.Vivaldi 10:09
2.Prelude BWV 935(I) J.S.Bach 1:20
3.Prelude BWV 935(II) J.S.Bach 1:45
4.Chorale"Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring" from Cantata BWV 147 J.S.Bach 3:08
5.Air from Suite nr3 in D Major BWV 1068 J.S.Bach 3:54
6.Adagio from Concerto for oboe and violin in C minor BWV 1060 J.S.Bach 5:03
7.Allegro from Divertimento in D Major KV.136 W.A.Mozart 3:13
8.Menuetto from"Eine Kleine nachtmusik"KV.525 W.A.Mozart 2:07
9.Adagio from Double Concerto for pianoforte,viola and orchestra in B flatJ.C.Bach 3:53
10.March in D Major F.Schubert 3:58
11.Interomptu op 90 nr3 F.Schubert 5:35
12.Hungarian waltz nr15 J.Brahms 1:27
13.Hungarian dance nr21 J.Brahms 1.11
14.The Swan from"Carnaval des Animaux" C.Sant-Saens 2:11
15.Ave Maria Ch.Gounod/J.S.Bach 2:15
16.In a Persian Market A.Ketelbey 6:41
17.Consolation nr3 in D flat Major F.Liszt 3:49
18.The Flight ot the Buble Bee N.Rimsky-Korsakov 1:19
19.Gymnopedie nr3 in A minor E.Satie 2;39
Format:Compact Disc
Record Label:Pavane
Catalog Number:ADW 7258
Year Released/Recorded:1991
Total Playing Time:67:58
Comments:Philipp Nicolai is a thoroughly classical school dedicated pianist....but the men had to use some beat boxes and that I don't like.
Acknowledgements:Thank you to the following for submitting this recording and for your comments:
  • Marc Demol
Date First Submitted:10/19/1996