Carl Philipp Emanuel, Johann Christian &
Johann Sebastian Bach:
Keyboard Concertos

Anastasia Injushina, piano
Hamburger Camerata
Ralf Gothóni, conductor



Booklet with liner notes in English, German and Finnish.


February 2013

Catalogue No.:
ODE 1224-2


Track listing

CD 69:25
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788)
Concerto in D major, Wq 43/2 22:05
1 I Allegro di molto 7:09
2 II Andante (sostenuto) 6:46
3 III Allegretto 8:09
Johann Christian Bach (1735–1782)
Concerto in D major, Op. 7/3 10:39
4 I Allegro con spirito 5:36
5 II Rondeau. Allegretto 4:48
Concerto in E flat major, Op. 7/5 16:30
6 I Allegro di molto 6:54
7 II Andante 6:18
8 III Allegro 3:02
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Concerto No. II in E major, BWV 1053 19:05
9 I 7:50
10 II Siciliano 5:05
11 III Allegro 5:57

Complete description

Ondine is proud to announce the release of a new album of keyboard concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach and his sons Carl Philipp Emanuel and Johann Christian Bach. Featuring some of the most beautiful and popular keyboard concertos of the composers' output, these works are played here on a modern piano by the striking pianist Anastasia Injushina, who is joined by the Hamburger Camerata and conductor Ralf Gothóni.
Anastasia Injushina, the First Prize Winner of the ARD competition in Munich, among other awards, has performed widely internationally and has made numerous recordings for radio and television. Her artistry is renowned for her particular poetry and sensitivity which has attracted some of the world's top musicians to join her in performing chamber music. Her strong relationship to chamber music has been a thriving force of her career and she has been the artistic director of the Springlight
Chamber Music Festival in Helsinki since its commencement in 2009.
The Hamburger Camerata is known for its wide-ranging, unusual and sophisticated programs together with its commitment to both the classical repertoire and contemporary music.
Ralf Gothóni has appeared at the world's most distinguished music festivals and with prominent European and American orchestras both as pianist and conductor - often in a dual role, conducting the orchestra from the piano.
The album features CPE Bach's Concerto in D major; JC Bach's Concerto in D major and Concert in E flat major; and JS Bach's Concerto No. 2 in E major.