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Andrew Rangell and The Art of Fugue

Andrew Rangell and The Art of Fugue

The Bach Hour | WCRB

Pianist Andrew Rangell talks with host Brian McCreath about grappling with one of Bach's last and greatest masterpieces, The Art of Fugue.

On the program:

Magnificat, BWV 243 - Tamara Matthews, soprano;  Deanne Meek, mezzo-soprano;  Mary Phillips, alto;  Don Frazure, tenor;  Stephen Powell, baritone;  Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman, conductor

from The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus I, IV, IX, and XIV - Andrew Rangell, piano

Andrew Rangell on The Art of Fugue: Full Interview

Andrew Rangell on The Art of Fugue: Full Interview

The Bach Hour | WCRB

In a wide-ranging discussion, pianist Andrew Rangell talks with host Brian McCreath about grappling with one of Bach's last and greatest masterpieces, The Art of Fugue.


 

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Ton Koopman and the Cantata No. 177

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Serenity and Exuberance in the Third Orchestral Suite

Serenity and Exuberance in the Third Orchestral Suite

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Music for a New Beginning

Music for a New Beginning

The Bach Hour | WCRB


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Performances of Bach's music recorded at Tanglewood in Lenox, Mass.

On the program:

Suite No. 3 for Orchestra in D, BWV 1068 - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky, conductor
(recorded in 1945)

Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV 225 (translation) - Tanglewood Festival Chorus, John Oliver, conductor
(recorded in 1998)

Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, BWV 1051 - Boston Symphony Orchestra; Charles Munch
(recorded in 1957)

(photo of Lion Gate at Tanglewood by Stu Rosner, courtesy of the BSO)

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