Bach Jazz

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Bach Jazz 1:02:33 $11.98
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1 Bach: Concerto No. 1 BWV 1052 (d-Moll): I. Allegro [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 8:09 44.1/16 Album only
2 Bach: Concerto No. 1 BWV 1052 (d-Moll): II. Adagio [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 8:42 44.1/16 Album only
3 Bach: Concerto No. 1 BWV 1052 (d-Moll): III. Allegro [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 11:23 44.1/16 Album only
4 Bach: Choralvorspiel BWV 645 »Wacht Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme« (Schübler Choräle) [Thomas Gabriel 3:45 $1.49 Buy
5 Bach: Partita No. II BWV 826 (c-Moll): I. Sinfonia. Grave Adagio - Andante - Allegro [Thomas Gabriel 11:19 44.1/16 Album only
6 Bach: Partita No. II BWV 826 (c-Moll): II. Allemande [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 6:11 $1.49 Buy
7 Bach: Partita No. II BWV 826 (c-Moll): III. Courante [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 2:48 $1.49 Buy
8 Bach: Partita No. II BWV 826 (c-Moll): IV. Sarabande [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 4:02 $1.49 Buy
9 Bach: Partita No. II BWV 826 (c-Moll): V. Rondeaux [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 2:42 $1.49 Buy
10 Bach: Partita No. II BWV 826 (c-Moll): VI. Capriccio [Thomas Gabriel Trio] 3:32 $1.49 Buy

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Bach - Jazz

Concerto d minor / ré mineur / d-Moll
Choralprelude "Wachet auf ..."
Partita C minor / ut mineur / c-Moll

Reviews
"Two ingredients, Bach and jazz, are tossed into a king-sized crossover bowl, yielding an unappetizing salad. Pianist Thomas Gabriel shuttles back and forth between playing portions of the D minor Concerto straight and either improvising on Bach's "chord changes" or taking off on his own. It doesn't come off, because Bach's linear language refuses to cooperate with Gabriel's emphatic, chordal jazz style, which resembles watered down Erroll Garner. He further clogs up the textures by overdubbing a second piano at times, while the drummer offers little in the way of dynamic variety and punctuation, apart from keeping loud, clunky time. And, let's face it, Gabriel's jazzed-up Bachian voicings are pretty bland, except for the C minor Partita's strikingly reharmonized Allemande: pure Bach-maninov!" - Jed Distler, Classics Today