Polina Osetinskaya | BAROQUE music in the art house cinema

«Her tone is deep and rich, her articulation faultless and her feeling for the pulse of the music she is playing is as natural as breathing – that’s something that cannot be taught.» - KLASSISKMUSIKK

“BAROQUE music in the art house cinema”

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 —1759)

1.Italienisches Konzert in F-Dur, BWV 971 
 I. Allegro
II. Andante
III. Presto
(“The Talented Mr. Ripley". 1999, Anthony Minghella)

2.  Little Organ Book (Orgelbüchlein), BWV 599-644 (1712 —1717)
Chorale Prelude in  f-moll “Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ" BWV 639. 
Weimar, 1713 
(“Solaris". 1972, Andrey Tarkovsky) 

3. Toccata № 5 in e-moll, BWV 914 [1705—1714]
(“Fingers”, 1978; James Toback)

4. Flute Sonata № 2 in Es-dur BWV 1031
II. Siciliano
(“Breaking the Waves”. 1966,  Lars von Trier)

5. Passacaglia and Fugue in c-moll, BWV 582  [1706—1713]
(“The Godfather”. 1972, Francis Ford Coppola)

Intermission

George Frideric Handel  (1685 —1759)
1.Suite № 4 d-moll. II vol, HWV 437  [1703—1706] 
III. Sarabande
(“Barry Lyndon”. 1975, Stanley Kubrick)

2. Chaconne  № 2 G-dur. II vol. HWV 435  (1705)
( “Autumn Sonata ”. 1978,  Ingmar Bergman)
Henry Purcell (1659 —1695)

3. Ground in c-moll, ZD 221 
(“The Draughtsman's Contract”. 1982,  Peter Greenaway)
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683 —1764)

4. Pieces. Clavecin Suite № 2 e-moll RCT II (1724) 

5. “Le rappel des oiseaux”    (4 Days in France, 2016, Jérôme Reybaud)

9. “Tambourin” (The Handmaiden. 2016, Chan-wook Park)

10. “La villageoise” 

5. Pieces. Clavecin Suite № 3 d-moll RCT III (1724) 

1. “Les tendres plaintes”

2.  “Les Niais de Sologne”

3. “Les Soupirs”

4. “La Joyeuse”

6. “L'Entretien des Muses”

8. “Les Cyclopes”

  (“Casanova”. 2015, Jean-Pierre Jeunet.)

 
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