A 5 voice fugue from J.S. Bach, with notation, performed by @kimikoishizaka
Kimiko Ishizaka at the 2014 Arizona Bach Festival - Well-Tempered Clavier #piano
Kimiko practising Chopin on the 1842 Pleyel piano.
48 hours to go for Kimiko Ishizaka's Kickstarter project to record Chopin on an original 1842 Pleyel piano. We need more support to be able to make a Creative Commons archive of 4K video and audio from this event. Please help! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/opengoldberg/kimiko-...
The Kenan Pleyel piano gets its action put in.
New playlist: Kimiko Ishizaka playing the E Major Prelude and Fugue from her new recording "The Open Well-Tempered Clavier", in the Teldex Studio. See the Bösendorfer in action!
Kimiko Ishizaka plays the E Major Prelude from Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier #bach330
Kimiko Ishizaka playing the E Major Fugue, BWV 854
Today we have released the Open Well-Tempered Clavier, just in time for Bach's 330th birthday. To download the high-resolution audio files and the score, visit http://welltemperedclavier.org
Here's another 5-star review of Kimiko Ishizaka's Well-Tempered Clavier! The review has a couple of videos showing footage from the Teldex Studio, including the entire Prelude and Fugue in F minor. Enjoy. http://www.planethugill.com/2015/03/book-1-of-bachs-48-fr...
Getting a first review of an album is very exciting. Getting a review that essentially says "this is my favorite version of this piece" is mind-blowing. That's exactly what Grego Applegate Edwards wrote about Kimiko Ishizaka's upcoming Well-Tempered Clavier recording. The excitement builds! Available in stores from March 10, and as a public domain download from March 24 http://classicalmodernmusic.blogspot.de/2015/02/js-bach-w...
Variation 3 with the Synesthesia keyboard. Helps see the canons at the octave.
Variation 1 - visualized on a Synesthesia keyboard. #bach
Watch the keys fly by in this Synesthesia + MIDI + Bach created video.
Synesthesia version of the Open Goldberg Variations: keyboard and visualization.
In Paris? Come join Kimiko Ishizaka for a concert of Bach and Chopin on Sunday, January 21, 2015. She is performing as a part of the first ever "Festival du Domaine Public". The concert is sponsored by Wikimedia.fr and admission is libre.
The video of the Complete Goldberg Variations has proven to be the most popular video to date in terms of the minutes watched. Apparently, people like to listen to the Goldberg Variations and leave it playing in an open tab while doing something else. Did you know, however, that you can download the lossless audio files for Kimiko Ishizaka's Goldberg Variations directly from Bandcamp? https://kimikoishizaka.bandcamp.com
The complete Goldberg Variations, in one video, with the score.
Want to see a happy baby? This guy loves watching and listening to Bach's Goldberg Variations.