Rachel Podger (violon) - Brecon Baroque Johann Sebastian Bach : Double & Triple Concertos

Johann Sebastian Bach : Double & Triple Concertos

Rachel Podger (violon) - Brecon Baroque

Hi-Res 24-bit – 192 kHz

Includes: 1 Digital booklet

Released on September 10, 2018 by Channel Classics Records

Main artist: Rachel Podger

Genre: Classical > Concertos

Distinctions: Diapason d'or (May 2013) - Choc de Classica (May 2013) - Exceptional sound (June 2013) - Hi-Res Audio (April 2013)

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Album : 1 disk - 12 tracks Total length : 01:05:17

    Concerto in D minor for two violins, strings & basso continuo, BWV 1043
  1. 1 Vivace

    Rachel Podger & Bojan Cicic, violin - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  2. 2 Largo ma non tanto

    Rachel Podger & Bojan Cicic, violin - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  3. 3 Allegro

    Rachel Podger & Bojan Cicic, violin - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  4. Concerto A minor for flute, violin, harpsichord, strings & basso continuo, BWV 1044
  5. 4 Allegro

    Rachel Podger, violin - Katy Bircher, flute - Marcin Swiatkiewicz, harpsichord - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  6. 5 Adagio, ma non tanto, e dolce

    Rachel Podger, violin - Katy Bircher, flute - Marcin Swiatkiewicz, harpsichord - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  7. 6 Alla breve

    Rachel Podger, violin - Katy Bircher, flute - Marcin Swiatkiewicz, harpsichord - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  8. Concerto D minor for oboe, violin, strings & basso continuo, BWV 1060R
  9. 7 Allegro

    Rachel Podger, violin - Alexandra Bellamy, oboe - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  10. 8 Adagio

    Rachel Podger, violin - Alexandra Bellamy, oboe - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  11. 9 Allegro

    Rachel Podger, violin - Alexandra Bellamy, oboe - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  12. Concerto D major for three violins, strings & basso continuo, BWV 1064R
  13. 10 Allegro

    Rachel Podger, violin - Johannes Pramsohler, violin - Bojan Cicic, violin - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  14. 11 Adagio

    Rachel Podger, violin - Johannes Pramsohler, violin - Bojan Cicic, violin - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

  15. 12 Allegro

    Rachel Podger, violin - Johannes Pramsohler, violin - Bojan Cicic, violin - Brecon Baroque - Rachel Podger, conductor - Johann Sebastian Bach, composer

About

Details of original recording:

Enregistré en octobre 2012 en l'église évangélique St John, Upper Norwood, Londres
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Concerto pour deux violons, cordes & basse continue en ré mineur, BWV 1043
Concerto pour flûte, violon, clavecin & cordes en la mineur, BWV 1044
Concerto pour violon, hautbois & cordes en ut mineur, BWV 1060R (version originale du concerto pour deux clavecins, BWV 1060)
Concerto pour trois violons & cordes en ré majeur, BWV 1064R (reconstruction de la partition perdue à l'origine du Concerto pour trois clavecins en ut majeur, BWV 1064)

Rachel Podger, violon
Bojan Cicic, violon (BWV 1043 & 1064)
Johannes Pramsohler, violon (BWV 1064)
Katy Bircher, flûte
Marcin Swiatkiewicz, harpsichord
Alexandra Bellamy, hautbois
Brecon Baroque
Direction Rachel Podger


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