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AV 2207

Bach: Brandenburg Concertos/ Harpsichord Concertos/Violin Concerto

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Apollo's Fire - The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra


Jeanette Sorrell


Jeanette Sorrell

harpsichord

Elizabeth Wallfisch

violin

Venue:

St Paul's Episcopal Church, Cleveland Heights, Ohio



Producer:

Erica Brenner



Engineer:

Thomas Knab



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Baroque


Orchestral & Concertos

Total Time - 150:44
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

(1685-1750)
   
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major, BWV 1046

19:17  
  for 2 horns, 3 oboes, bassoon, violino piccolo, strings and continuo  
1 I [Allegro] 4:05
2 II Adagio 3:32
3 III Allegro 4:09
4 IV Menuetto - Trio I… 3:21
5 Polacca - Trio II 3:08
   
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major, BWV 1047

11:52  
  for flauto dolce, oboe, trumpet, violin, strings and continuo  
6 I [Allegro] 5:13
7 II Andante 3:43
8 III Allegro assai 2:55
   
 

Brandeburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, BWV 1048

11:29  
  for 3 violins, 3 violas, 3 cellos and continuo (contrabass and harpsichord)  
9 I [Allegro] 5:42
10 II [Adagio] 0:52
11 III Allegro 4:53
   
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major, BWV 1049

15:24  
  for violin, 2 flauto dolce, strings and continuo  
12 I Allegro 6:57
13 II Andante 3:26
14 III Presto 4:59
   
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV 1050

21:17  
  for flute, violin, harpsichord and strings  
15 I Allegro 10:07
16 II Affettuoso 5:26
17 III Allegro 5:42
   
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B flat major, BWV 1051

15:34  
  for 2 violas, 2 viola da gambas, violoncello, contrabass and harpsichord  
18 I [Allegro] 5:40
19 II Adagio ma non tanto 4:34
20 III Allegro 5:19
   
 

Harpsichord Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052

24:17  
21 I [Allegro] 8:22
22 II Adagio 6:21
23 III Allegro 9:33
 Jeanette Sorrell harpsichord
 

Harpsichord Concerto in F minor, BWV 1056

10:10  
24 I [Allegro] 3:23
25 II Largo 2:19
26 III Presto 4:27
 Jeanette Sorrell harpsichord
 

Violin Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052 (reconstruction)

22:37  
27 I [Allegro] 8:05
28 II Adagio 6:59
29 III Allegro 7:32
 Elizabeth Wallfisch violin
   
  on period instruments  
 Jeanette Sorrell
  October 1999 (Concertos 1-5), February 2000 (Concerto 6), October 2002 (BWV 1052), May 2004 (BWV 1056), February 2005 (BWV 1052)  


Apollo’s Fire, the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra founded in 1992 by award-winning harpsichordist and conductor Jeannette Sorrell, launches a major new association with Avie with this release of varied works by J. S. Bach, together with an album of works by Mozart (AV 2159), that exemplify “the intense detailing Sorrell and company bring to music from the Baroque and Classical eras.” (The Cleveland Plain Dealer). These vibrant performances feature popular repertoire brought together in pairings that have not appeared on disc before: the ever-popular Brandenburg Concertos uniquely coupled with two Harpsichord Concertos, one of which is also presented in a reconstruction for violin.

Taking its name from the classical god of music and the sun, Apollo’s Fire is dedicated to the performance of 17th- and 18th-century music on period instruments. Founder and Music Director Jeannette Sorrell and her ensemble of dynamic and creative early-music artists from North America and Europe have been praised internationally for stylistic freshness and buoyancy, animated spontaneity, technical excellence, and creative programming. An award-winning harpsichordist and conductor, Sorrell studied with Gustav Leonhardt in Amsterdam and Leonard Bernstein at Tanglewood. Praised for its “temperament and personality” by The New York Times, the ensemble will embark on its first European tour in November 2010, performing in Spain, the Netherlands and the UK.

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