Sunday Baroque


In writing the ‘Brandenburg’ concertos, Bach joined in with an Italian rage – the concerto – while always giving his own twist to them. Right from the start, ‘Brandenburg’ Concerto no. 1, and particularly the minuet from it, is a good example of this. In this recording for All of Bach, you hear only the minuet. And what a minuet it is! – Netherlands Bach Society


C.P.E Bach – Trio Sonata in B minor (Presto) – WQ 143 ~ Croatian Baroque Ensemble


Handel: Music for the Royal Fireworks / Haïm · Berliner Philharmoniker

Photo by Alphacolor on Unsplash

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