Thursday, January 14, 2010

Bach - Bach on Recorder - Schegget, Meniker

Bach - Bach on Recorder - Schegget, Meniker
Chamber | Eac, flac, cue | log, cover | 1 CD, 386 MB
released 1998 | Q Disc | RapidShare

Zvi Meniker and Heiko ter Schegget met at the Early Music Workshop in Jerusalem, in the spring of 1988. They have since played together in Israel, the Netherlands, France, Germany and the United States. Their joint performances have been praised for their unique flexibility of ensemble and poetic musicality. Heiko ter Schegget studied recorder with Leo Meilink and Marion Verbruggen at the Utrecht Conservatory, acquiring his soloist's diploma in 1981. He performs regularly throughout Europe as a soloist (his repertoire includes works from the fifteenth to the twentieth century) and with various ensembles, including Ton Koopman's Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and the Netherlands Bach Society. Students from all parts of the world come to study with him at the Utrecht Conservatory, where he teaches recorder and chamber musk. He has also taught in numerous masterclasses in Germany, France and knit In addition to his activities as player and teacher, Heiko ter Schegget studies the construction principles of historical woodwinds, and makes copies of original recorders, which he plays during concerts. Israeli harpsichordist, fortepianist and organist Zvi Meniker began his higher musical studies at age 15 at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, continuing at the Conservatory Zurich, in Switzerland and graduating with distinction from both schools. His teachers in Europe included Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Johann Sonnleitner. He is currently finishing his DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts) degree at Cornell University under Malcolm Bo!son. He has taught harpsichord and performance practice at Duke University, and is a regular faculty member at the annual Early Musk Workshop in Jerusalem. In addition to his teaching duties, Zvi Meniker keeps up an active performing career, and plays as a soloist and in ensembles in many parts of Europe and the United States as well as his native Israel. He teaches harpsichord and chamber musk at the Mendelssohn Conservatory in Leipzig, Germany.

CD Content

Sonata in F Major, BWV 529
Suite in D minor, BWV 997
Sonata in E-flat Major, BWV 1019
Sonata in F Major, BWV 1016


  1. Ok, so now where can I buy: Bach on Recorder?

  2. I think this CD is out of print...

  3. excellent, thank you very much, otto.
    best wishes



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