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Igor Kipnis
His First Solo Recordings (1962)

Work details

JS Bach: French Suite No 6 in E major, BWV 817
1'23"/3'12"/1'42"/3'47"/1'10"/1'25"/1'36"/1'31"/2'31" - TT 18'17"
JS Bach: Fantasia in G minor, BWV 917
JS Bach: Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in E flat major, BWV 998
2'57"/6'28"/2'48" - 12'13"
JS Bach: Toccata in E minor, BWV 914
0'42"/1'21"/1'52"/2'43" - TT 6'38"
Handel: Suite No 5 in E major, book 1, HWV 430
2'14"/4'30"/1'55"/4'36" - TT 13'15"
Soler (attrib.): Fandango in D minor, M 1a
Dussek: The Sufferings of The Queen of France, Op 23
1'25"/1'01"/1'16"/0'11"/2'30"/1'19"/1'41"/0'22"/1'37"/1'34" - TT 12'56"


Artist details

Igor Kipnis, harpsichord


Recording details

Recording dates: 1962
Venue: Golden Crest's Huntington Station studio, Long Island, NY, USA
Producer: Wallace R Magill
Engineer/Recording Supervisor: Clark Galehouse
Digital re-mastering: Tom Moulton
Post-Production: Alec Palao
Copyright: 1999 VAI Audio (reissue)
Pressing: 1964 Golden Crest Records, a division of CFG Publishing Co

VAI Audio VAIA 1185 ADD Stereo REISSUE
TT - 77'17"


Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: Igor Kipnis (in English)
Cover photo: Mamie Harmon (digital photo editing: Edward Cardona)
CD Production Coordinator: Allan Altman
Production Assistant: Matthew Goldberg
Publishers: Alfred Music, P.O.B. 10003, Van Nuys, CA 91410-0003, USA (Dussek, edited by Igor Kipnis, published 1975)
Credits: Special thanks to John Broven; Recordings originally released on LP by Golden Crest Records


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