Bach Goldberg
Sachiko Kawamura

First published in 1741, this work was originally given the title "an aria with diverse variations for the harpsichord with two manuals". Today it has become known as the "Goldberg Variations" to commemorate the first performer for this work, Johann Gottlieb Goldberg. Goldberg was a young clavier player and served the Count Hermann Carl von Kaiserling, who was considered the Russian ambassador to the electoral court of Saxony in those days.

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J.S. Bach
Goldberg Variation BWV 988

1-32] Arias & Variations [45:29}

Ferruccio Busoni

33] Bach-Busoni Chaconne in D minor (17:36)

Franz Liszt

34] La Campanella (5:31)