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Bach: Suite No. 2/ Concertos

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Florian Uhlig

piano

London Conchord Ensemble



Venue:

Music Room, Champs Hill, West Sussex



Producer:

Alexander van Ingen


Simon Haram


Chris Craker



Engineer:

Simon Haram


Alexander van Ingen


Chris Craker



Record Label
Champs Hill

Genre:

Chamber


Orchestral & Concertos

Total Time - 120:32
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JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

   
 

Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor BWV 1067

19:37  
1 I Ouverture 6:42
2 II Rondeau 1:47
3 III Sarabande 3:16
4 IV Bouree 1:36
5 V Polonaise 3:26
6 VI Menuet 1:22
7 VII Dadinerie 1:28
  22 & 23 November 2004  
 

Concerto in A major for Oboe d'Amore

13:45  
  (reconstructed from BWV 1055)  
8 I Allegro 4:17
9 II Larghetto 5:15
10 III Allegro ma non tanto 4:13
  4 October 2005  
 

Concerto in C minor for Oboe and Violin

14:16  
  (reconstructed from BWV 1060)  
11 I Allegro 5:01
12 II Adagio 5:36
13 III Allegro 3:39
  22 & 23 November 2004  
 

Concerto in D minor for Two Violins BWV 1043

15:53  
14 I Vivace 3:41
15 II Largo ma non troppo 6:55
16 III Allegro 4:57
  19 January 2006  
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major BWV 1047

11:49  
17 I Allegro 4:21
18 II Andante 4:31
19 III Allegro assai 2:47
  18 January 2006  
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major BWV 1049

16:33  
20 I Allegro 7:03
21 II Andante 4:31
22 III Presto 4:59
  1 October 2005  
 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major BWV 1050

21:32  
23 I Allegro 9:28
24 II Affettuoso 6:35
25 III Allegro 5:29
  7 April 2006  
26 

'Sheep May Safely Graze', from Cantata BWV 208 (arr. Daniel Pailthorpe)

4:48
  7 April 2006  
27 

'Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring', from Cantata BWV 147 (arr. Daniel Pailthorpe)

2:49
  7 April 2006  
   
   
 Florian Uhlig piano


Champs Hill Records is proud to re-release this double set of bach’s chamber concertos - including Brandenburg concertos 2, 4 and 5 - recorded in the intimate and refreshing atmosphere of the Music Room at Champs Hill.

These inspiring works are performed here ny internationally recognised young soloists and chamber musicians the London Conchord Ensemble on modern instruments and with piano.

Daniel Pailthorpe has also arranged two of Bach’s best known chorales - Sheep may safely graze, and Jesu, joy of Man’s desiring; delightfully performed in this new chamber version.

Classic Fm magazine described the sound as ’refreshing’ with Gramophone praising the ’awareness of period style’ and saying of the original Quartz release  "...If you want stylish bach orchestral music on modern instruments... this little Bach collection could be for you."

The London Conchord Ensemble have recently received great critical acclaim for their disc of French chamber music by Pierne, Durufle and Loeffler (HR 010)

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Like real butter on your toast? Like the smart speeds and stylish phrasing of Bach on authentic instruments but somehow still hanker for the rich, rounded sound of modern ones? Well, here's the "I can't believe it's not authentic!" product for you. Lively, alert, chamber-music performances captured in a bright acoustic with every detail perfectly clear - a beguiling anthology from start to finish. And if that's not enough, Florian Uhlig joins the select ranks of Rudolf Serkin and Eugene Istomin in showing that not only does Brandenburg 5 work on piano, but the cadenza sounds, well, less endless somehow…
R Conroy