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AV 2199

Bach: Trio Sonatas BWV 525-530

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

The Brook Street Band



Venue:

Raveningham Church, Raveningham, Norfolk



Producer:

Simon Fox-Gal



Engineer:

Simon Fox-Gal



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Chamber




Total Time - 68:48
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

(1685-1750)
   
 

Trio Sonata BWV 525 in E flat major

12:12  
1 [Allegro] 2:30
2 Adagio 6:07
3 Allegro 3:35
   
 

Trio Sonata BWV 526 in c minor

9:27  
4 Vivace 3:10
5 Largo 2:41
6 Allegro 3:36
   
 

Trio Sonata BWV 527 in d minor

12:25  
7 Andante 3:48
8 Adagio e dolce 4:54
9 Vivace 3:43
   
 

Trio Sonata BWV 528 in e minor

9:28  
10 Adagio - Vivace 2:20
11 Andante 4:35
12 un poc'allegro 2:33
   
 

Trio Sonata BWV 529 in C Major

12:33  
13 Allegro 4:19
14 Largo 4:54
15 Allegro 3:20
   
 

Trio Sonata BWV 530 in G major

12:43  
16 Vivace 3:28
17 Lente 5:58
18 Allegro 3:17


The Brook Street Band burst on to the scene in 2003 with their Avie debut, the world-premiere recording of Handel’s ‘Oxford’ Water Music, a genuine chamber arrangement of the composer’s ever-popular suite which earned the period-instrument ensemble an Editor’s Choice from Gramophone. Since then the all-girl group, named for the London street where Handel lived and composed for most of his working life in England, has released three further Handel surveys which prove their own adept skills at arranging. They now apply the age-old practice to their first recording of the music of J S Bach, adapting his Organ Sonatas to their own instrumentation of two violins, harpsichord and cello. The result is yet another unique approach from the Brook Street Band, whose sheer pleasure in sharing this wonderful music shines though in their radiant renditions.

"...Brook Street’s stylishly lively performances convey a fine sense of what these marvelous scores are all about. Warmly recommended ..."

George Chien - Fanfare - March/April 2011


"...In  chamber music from this period, you won’t find more winning and winsome playing..."

Malcolm Hayes

Classic FM Magazine - March 2011

            Performance ****      Recording ****    

 "Delightful"

 

George Pratt

BBC Music Magazine - December 2010



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