Baiano: Froberger - Diverse Curiose Partite per Cembalo (FLAC)
Baiano: Froberger - Diverse Curiose Partite per Cembalo (FLAC)

Composer: Johann Jacob Froberger
Performer: Enrico Baiano
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1
Format: FLAC (image+cue)
Label: Symphonia
Size: 408 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: no

# Toccata (No.10), for keyboard in F major, FbWV 110
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Partita (No.17), for keyboard in F major, FbWV 617
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Toccata (No.2), for keyboard in D minor, FbWV 102
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Ricercar, for keyboard in D minor, FbWV 407
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Toccata (No.3), for keyboard in G major, FbWV 103
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Partita (No.16), for keyboard in G major, FbWV 616
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Tombeau fait à Paris sur la mort de Monsieur Blancrocher, for keyboard in C minor, FbWV 632
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Partita (No.19), for keyboard in C minor, FbWV 619
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Toccata (No.15), for keyboard in G minor, A 15
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Partita (No.18), for keyboard in G minor, FbWV 618
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Toccata (No.7), for keyboard in G major, FbWV 107
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

# Fantasia (No.4) Sopra Solare, for keyboard in G major, FbWV 204
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

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# Lamentation-faite sur la mort très douloureuse de sa Majesté Impériale, Ferdinand III, for keyboard in F major, FbWV 633
Composed by Johann Jacob Froberger
with Enrico Baiano

Beautiful music and playing

I found this CD in a little store in Madrid (used), and bought it for near 5 euros!! What a surprise it was, because all is truly excellent here: the music by Froberger, the harpsichord playing by Enrico Baiano (unknown to me by then), which can vary from extreme delicacy to fiery passion (as in Toccata II). Finally, the sound quality of the recording is also excellent: clear, delicate and with a natural sounding reverb field.

It seems that this item is not available now at Amazon, so if you can find it used, buy it immediately if you love German baroque music for harpsichord.

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