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Sweelinck’s Fantasia Chromatica in Werckmeister tuning. Three performances of the same piece in differing temperaments. This is Werckmeister tuning.
Wim Winters plays Bach ‘O Gott du Frommer Gott’, BWV 767 on clavichord
Wim Winters plays Mozart’s Prelude and Fugue KV 394 on clavichord.
The Tangent Piano I just found out today the existence of this 18th century piano, which is kind of surprising considering my interest in historical keyboards. My friend had heard some Mozart keyboard music on the radio and said whatever … Continue reading
Mozart, Adagio KV 540 played on Clavichord by Wim Winters; beautiful candelight performance Wim plays this as a moving tribute to his late father. While I was holding his hand in mine, talking to him, I couldn’t help hearing the … Continue reading
Wim Winters plays J.S.Bach: English Suite n°3 in G Minor, BWV 808 on the clavichord The six English suites of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), of which you hear in this recording the third one, would have been written around 1715. … Continue reading