GERMAN LUTE MUSIC OF THE 18TH CENTURY
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|GERMAN LUTE MUSIC OF THE 18TH CENTURY
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685 – 1750): Adagio (BWV 1001); Fuge (BWV 1000); Suite in C minor
SYLVIUS LEOPOLD WEISS (1686 – 1750): Suite in D minor; Tombeau sur la mort de Mr. Cajetan, Baron d’Hartig
Konrad Junghänel is one of today’s leading international lutenists and is particularly admired for his outstanding assurance of style and technique. His reputation is due to his extraordinary virtuosity coupled with his perfect stylistic mastery of the lute repertoire.
Konrad Junghänel's repertoire covers the entire literature for lute written in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, and he is regarded as one of today’s best interpreters of the lute works of J.S. Bach and Sylvius Leopold Weiss. His recordings of the solo lute music of Weiss was awarded the Preis der Debutschen Schallplattenkritik in 1985.