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Skilfully crafted, meticulously executed and utterly enjoyable, Giulia Nuti's solo recordings include three anthologies of keyboard music, the last two released with Arcana. These albums feature historically significant instruments carefully chosen by the artist to enhance the repertoire with which they are associated: Le Cour et l'Oreille (2017), recorded on the 1658 Louis Denis harpsichord and, more recently, The Fall of the Leaf (2022), featuring the splendid Italian "Rucellai" virginal built around 1575. Her albums have been met with critical acclaim and awards, such as the "Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik" (German Record Critics' Award) and the "Diapason d'or". For her fourth solo recital album, Giulia Nuti explores a different path, performing one of the pinnacles of keyboard literature, Johann Sebastian Bach's Six Partitas. In this recording, she uses a splendid harpsichord by Christian Kuhlmann (2016), a copy of the magnificent Henri Hemsch of 1751.
Skilfully crafted, meticulously executed and utterly enjoyable, Giulia Nuti's solo recordings include three anthologies of keyboard music, the last two released with Arcana. These albums feature historically significant instruments carefully chosen by the artist to enhance the repertoire with which they are associated: Le Cour et l'Oreille (2017), recorded on the 1658 Louis Denis harpsichord and, more recently, The Fall of the Leaf (2022), featuring the splendid Italian "Rucellai" virginal built around 1575. Her albums have been met with critical acclaim and awards, such as the "Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik" (German Record Critics' Award) and the "Diapason d'or". For her fourth solo recital album, Giulia Nuti explores a different path, performing one of the pinnacles of keyboard literature, Johann Sebastian Bach's Six Partitas. In this recording, she uses a splendid harpsichord by Christian Kuhlmann (2016), a copy of the magnificent Henri Hemsch of 1751.
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Six Partitas
Artist: J Bach .S. / Nuti
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Prelude [01:56]
2. II. Allemande [04:45]
3. III. Corrente [02:56]
4. IV. Sarabande [05:46]
5. V. Minuet I- Minuet Ii- Minuet I(Da Capo) [03:22]
6. VI. Gigue [02:09]
7. I. Sinfonia [05:08]
8. II. Allemande [06:40]
9. III. Courante [02:56]
10. IV. Sarabande [04:07]
11. V. Rondeaux [01:29]
12. VI. Capriccio [03:54]
13. I. Toccata [06:21]
14. II. Allemande [04:51]
15. III. Corrente [05:02]
16. IV. Air [01:15]
17. V. Sarabande [07:08]
18. VI. Tempo Di Gavotta [02:06]
19. VII. Gigue [06:45 1
20. Ouverture [06:10]
21. II. Allemande [11:00]
22. III. Courante [03:51]
23. IV. Aria [02:04]
24. V. Sarabande [07:10]
25. VI. Menuet [01:28]
26. VII. Gigue [03:57]
27. I. Fantasia [02:32]
28. II. Allemande [04:08]
29. III. Corrente [02:57]
30. IV. Sarabande [04:52]
31. V. Burlesca [02:13]
32. VI. Scherzo [01:02]
33. VII. Gigue [03:42]
34. I. Praeambulum [02:27]
35. II. Allemande [05:48]
36. III. Corrente [02:02]
37. IV. Sarabande [05:59]
38. V. Tempo Di Minuetto [01:42]
39. VI. Passepied [01:50]
40. VII. Gigue [04:29

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Skilfully crafted, meticulously executed and utterly enjoyable, Giulia Nuti's solo recordings include three anthologies of keyboard music, the last two released with Arcana. These albums feature historically significant instruments carefully chosen by the artist to enhance the repertoire with which they are associated: Le Cour et l'Oreille (2017), recorded on the 1658 Louis Denis harpsichord and, more recently, The Fall of the Leaf (2022), featuring the splendid Italian "Rucellai" virginal built around 1575. Her albums have been met with critical acclaim and awards, such as the "Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik" (German Record Critics' Award) and the "Diapason d'or". For her fourth solo recital album, Giulia Nuti explores a different path, performing one of the pinnacles of keyboard literature, Johann Sebastian Bach's Six Partitas. In this recording, she uses a splendid harpsichord by Christian Kuhlmann (2016), a copy of the magnificent Henri Hemsch of 1751.
        
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