Dear subscribers greetings from Mehmet O

Dear subscribers greetings from Mehmet Okonsar. I executed and shared this – comment out please:
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788)
Württemberg Sonata N.1 in A minor (Wq.49/1 – H.30) and Sonata N.6 in B minor (Wq.49/6 – H.36)

Johann Christian Bach (1735–1782)
Sonata N.6 in B-flat major (Op. 17/6 W.A.12)
10 Chromatic Fugue on B-A-C-H (W.A.50) [6:14]

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710–1784)
Fantasie in E minor (F.21)
Polonaise No.2 in C minor (F.12)
Polonaise No.3 in D major (F.12)
Polonaise No.4 in D minor (F.12)

CD and Youtube videos available.
http://youtu.be/4yXey3c1VwQ
http://youtu.be/uv1J9SFcSKg

http://okonsar.com/12-LastName-BACH.html
Mehmet Okonsar
pianist, composer, conductor and musicologist

About David Ezra (Mehmet) Okonsar

David Ezra Okonsar, formerly Mehmet, pianist, composer, conductor and musicologist is the First Prize Winner at the International Young Virtuosos Competition, Antwerp, Belgium, 1982 and laureate of other prestigious international piano competitions such as the Gina Bachauer, Sixth Prize, Salt Lake City-UT, 1991 and J. S. Bach, Second Prize, Paris, France 1989. He is graduated from the Brussels Royal Conservatory of Music. His extensive discography includes a series of works by J. S. Bach, Liszt and Schumann. As a musicologist, writer and lecturer, Okonsar's writings are published in several music periodics. His essays and analyses are released in English and French, he is a lecturer on music, composing and technology.
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