Bach - Through Time and Sound

CD album cover 'Bach - Through Time and Sound' (GEN 24876d) with Guoda Gedvilaite

GEN 24876d EAN: 4260036258769

2.2.2024

** digital release **

Available on all streaming and download platforms

"BACH - Through Time and Sound" is more than just a baroque album; it is a sensual experience. Works from Bach's time can be heard in an unusual combination of concert grand piano and harpsichord. The Lithuanian pianist Guoda Gedvilaite, known for her original musical ideas and their extraordinary realization, can be heard playing both instruments simultaneously in some pieces, thus combining sounds from the past with the present. In doing so, she takes her audience on a sonic journey through highlights of the literature: from the "Aria" of Bach's "Goldberg Variations" to Pachelbel's famous "Canon" and sonatas by Scarlatti. The duality of grand piano and harpsichord leads to a musical experience that is familiar yet new, exciting, and soothing.

Guoda Gedvilaite Piano, Harpsichord

"BACH - Through Time and Sound" is more than just a baroque album; it is a sensual experience. Works from Bach's time can be heard in an unusual combination of concert grand piano and harpsichord. The Lithuanian pianist Guoda Gedvilaite, known for her original musical ideas and their extraordinary realization, can be heard playing both instruments simultaneously in some pieces, thus combining sounds from the past with the present. In doing so, she takes her audience on a sonic journey through highlights of the literature: from the "Aria" of Bach's "Goldberg Variations" to Pachelbel's famous "Canon" and sonatas by Scarlatti. The duality of grand piano and harpsichord leads to a musical experience that is familiar yet new, exciting, and soothing.

"BACH - Through Time and Sound" is more than just a baroque album; it is a sensual experience. Works from Bach's time can be heard in an unusual combination of concert grand piano and harpsichord. The Lithuanian pianist Guoda Gedvilaite, known for her original musical ideas and their extraordinary realization, can be heard playing both instruments simultaneously in some pieces, thus combining sounds from the past with the present. In doing so, she takes her audience on a sonic journey through highlights of the literature: from the "Aria" of Bach's "Goldberg Variations" to Pachelbel's famous "Canon" and sonatas by Scarlatti. The duality of grand piano and harpsichord leads to a musical experience that is familiar yet new, exciting, and soothing.