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Johann Sebastian Bach - Chamber and Orchestral Music - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol.11

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Johann Sebastian Bach - Chamber and Orchestral Music - Frans Brüggen   Edition Vol.11

Johann Sebastian Bach - Chamber and Orchestral Music - Frans Brüggen Edition Vol.11
Baroque | Easy CD-DA, APE, Cue | No Log | 1 CD, covers | 308 MB | RS
TELDEC 4509-97472-2 | 1995

Jan Hanford (jsbach.org) said:
"I've always considered Frans Brugen to be for the recorder what Gustav Leonhardt is for the harpsichord, that is, the standard by which
everyone who came after is measured. This volume from the Frans Bruggen Edition is delightful. He plays both recorder and transvere flute exquisitely. Highly recommended."

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750)
Chamber and Orchestral Music ∙ Kammer- und Orchestermusik

Concerto in F major, BWV 1057
(harpsichord, two recorders, violins, viola and basso continuo)
I. Allegro
II. Andante
III. Allegro assai
Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord
Frans Brüggen, Jeanette van Wingerden, recorder
Marie Leonhardt, Antoinette van den Hombergh, violin
Lodewijk de Boer, viola
Dijck Koster, violoncello
Fred Nijenhuis, double bass

Trio Sonata in G major, BWV 1039
(two transverse flutes and basso continuo)
I. Adagio
II.Allegro ma non presto
III. Adagio e piano
IV. Presto
Frans Brüggen, Leopold Stastny, transverse flute
Nikolaus Harnoncourt, violoncello
Herbert Tachezi, harpsichord

Concerto in A minor, BWV 1044
(transverse flute, violin, harpsichord, violins, viola and basso continuo)
I. Allegro
II. Adagio ma non tanto e dolce
III. Alla breve
Frans Brüggen, transverse flute
Marie Leonhardt, violin
Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord
Leonhardt-Consort

Sonatina
(two treble recorders, viols and basso continuo)
from: Cantata BWV106 Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit (Actus tragicus)

I. Molto adagio
Frans Brüggen, Jeanette van Wingerden, recorder
Heinrich Haferland, Veronika Hampe, violin
Gustav Leonhardt, organ

Sonata Concerto
(treble recorder, solo violin, strings and basso continuo)
from: Cantata BWV 182 Himmelskönig sei willkommen

I. Grave. Adagio
Frans Brüggen, recorder
Marie Leonhardt, violin
Gustav Leonhardt, organ
Leonhardt-Consort

Total timing: 56' 18"