Posts Tagged ‘Angela Hewitt’

Scarlatti: Sonatas

September 29, 2017

hewittComposer: Domenico Scarlatti
Works: Sonatas, Vol. 2
Performer: Angela Hewitt


Scarlatti: Sonatas

January 30, 2016

cover170x170Composer: Domenico Scarlatti
Works: Sonatas
Performer: Angela Hewitt

Liszt: Piano Sonata & Other Works

February 1, 2015

cover170x170Composer: Franz Liszt
Works: Piano Sonata & Other Works
Performer: Angela Hewitt

J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue

September 28, 2014

034571179803Composer: J.S. Bach
Works: The Art Of Fugue
Performer: Angela Hewitt

Beethoven: Piano Sonatas, Vol. 4

December 12, 2013

034571179742.170x170-75Composer: Ludwig Van Beethoven
Works: Piano Sonatas, Vol. 4
Performer: Angela Hewitt

Mozart: Piano Concertos Nos. 17 & 27

May 5, 2013

034571179193-170x170-75Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Works: Piano Concertos No. 17 & 27
Performer: Angela Hewitt

I am a huge fan of Angela Hewitt but the world really didn’t need yet another recording of these concertos. I bought it anyway. It’s gorgeous.

J.S. Bach: Flute Sonatas

January 27, 2013

034571178974Composer: J.S. Bach
Works: Flute Sonatas
Performer: Andrea Oliva and Angela Hewitt

Debussy: Solo Piano Music

September 16, 2012

Composer: Claude Debussy
Works: Solo Piano Music
Performer: Angela Hewitt

Angela Hewitt

November 18, 2009

Composer: J.S. Bach
Title: The Well-Tempered Clavier
Performer: Angela Hewitt

This is a stunning recording of some of the most beautiful music ever written.

This is the second version released by pianist Angela Hewitt.  She recorded the Well-Tempered Clavier back in the 90’s but then, after a world tour performing it, she went back into the studio and recorded it again.  And what a good idea that was!

All her recordings are gorgeous but her approaching this recording with the experience of knowing the pieces so intimately after a world tour is truly inspiring.  The music itself is some of the most complex ever written but listening to it still brings a feeling of peace and happiness to me.  Her performance is perfection.

There are a zillion recordings of these works and there are some pretty ugly ones out there.  Along with one of my faves, Andras Schiff, this recording by Angela Hewitt remains at the top of my list of must-haves.