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GEN 16420 3.6.2016
Edition: Bach-Wettbewerb
18.90 €

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)  
Suite in G minor
Dieterich Buxtehude (ca. 1637-1707)  
Toccata in G major, BuxWV 165
Georg Böhm (1661-1733)  
Partita in C major on the Aria “Jesu, du bist all zu schöne”
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)  
Toccata in G minor, BWV 915
Johann Mattheson (1681-1764)  
from the Grosse General-Baß-Schule “Three Practice pieces”
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767)  
Ouverture in G major, TWV 32:13
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1715-1788)  
Rondo in C major
from Clavier-Sonaten & freye Fantasien nebst einigen Rondos für Kenner & Liebhaber
   

Varietas


Works by George Frederic Handel, Dieterich Buxtehude, Georg Böhm, Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Mattheson and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

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One of the most exciting harpsichordists of the younger generation, Jean-Christophe Dijoux takes us on a thrilling journey to the Baroque period and age of the keyboard virtuosos. This multiple award-winning musician (whose honors include prizes at the 2014 Bach Competition and 2013 Telemann Competition) is passionate about the musical world straddling the line between notation and improvisation. Preludes, fantasies, and fugues ranging from Handel, Father Bach, and Telemann to Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach – beneath Dijoux’ fingertips, the music presented on this new GENUIN CD sounds like it was written yesterday, or even like it was being created in this very moment. Dynamic insights into a lost world!

Andres Benson-Wilson
"Judging by the performances on the excellent CD, Jean-Christophe Dijoux thoroughly deserved his position as a winned 2014 Leipzig International Bach Competition. A musician to watch out for."
Andres Benson-Wilson reviewed the CD on his Early Music Blog, 21.6.2016

Opus Klassiek
"De belangrijkste conclusie is helder: hier is een groot klavecinist aan het woord."
Review on Opus Klassiek by Aart van der Wal, July 2016

Dag og Tid
"Maksimal klang"
Review on the Norwegian magazine Dag og Tid, 1 July, 2016 by Sjur Haga Bringeland

Record Geijutsu Magazine
"This is an excellent interpretation from a young prodigy who could well become a great master."
Review on the Record Geijutsu Magazine by Hajime Teranishi, July 2016

American Record Guide
"it's easy to hear in this debut album why his artistry earned a prize. Dijoux has tremendous control of time, both in his phrasing and in the subtle art of not playing the notes together. His expressivity is impressive, too. He keeps the music interesting and makes it his own."
Review on the American Record Guide by Bradley Lehman