Carl philipp emanuel bach - luciano sgrizzi - six sonates pour pianoforte


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Born in 1714 to Johann Sebastian and his first wife Maria Barbara, Emanuel followed the example of his godfather Georg Philipp Telemann by qualifying as a lawyer before pursuing a musical career. But his first main job couldn't have been along more traditional lines. He moved from Leipzig to Berlin in 1740 to be a harpsichordist in the court of Frederick the Great. Despite the fact that his appointment seems to have been made directly by Frederick – he was chosen to accompany the newly crowned monarch and musician for his first solo flute concert – Bach didn't appear to make much headway in the Prussian court, never becoming credited as an official composer. Even the visit of his father to Frederick's court in 1747 – the now legendary meeting that led to the composition of the Musical Offering – did nothing to advance the son's career, dogged by quarrels and criticism of his unorthodox and "affected" playing style.

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Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Luciano Sgrizzi - Six Sonates Pour PianoforteCarl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Luciano Sgrizzi - Six Sonates Pour PianoforteCarl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Luciano Sgrizzi - Six Sonates Pour PianoforteCarl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Luciano Sgrizzi - Six Sonates Pour Pianoforte

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