J.S. Bach
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Keyboard Transcriptions of Concerti

Main Performer
or Conductor:
Hans-Ludwig Hirsch
Instrumentation:Harpsichord
Individual Works:Concerto from Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 972
Concerto from Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 973
Concerto from Alessandro Marcello, BWV 974
Concerto from Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 975>
Concerto from Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 976
Concerto from Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 978
Concerto from Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 980
Concerto from Benedetto Marcello, BWV 981
Format:Compact Disc
Record Label:Venetia
Catalog Number:CZA 2
Year Released/Recorded:1985
Total Playing Time:
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Comments:Jan Hanford said:

A gem! Bach was apparently a big fan of Vivaldi and others of his contemporaries so he used to transcribe some of their orchestral works to play at home; they didn't have CD's after all. These are incredible versions of some movements of Vivaldi's L'Estro Armonico. This performance is also exquisite. Herr Hirsch uses all the harpsichord technology available and chooses appropriate stops for various movements and sections to make it feel orchestral. Brilliant!

Acknowledgements:From the collection of Jan Hanford.
Date First Submitted:04/17/1995
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