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Johann Sebastian Bach appears to have had a lifelong interest in chamber music. He was the son of a musician and the father of a large family: playing together was part of everyday life for the Bach family. He is known to have composed many works for this repertoire, some of them scattered to the winds. Various attempts to locate these missing chamber music works have brought to light many uncertain pieces, and it is often difficult to separate authentic works from others that are not. Gottfried von der Goltz directs our gaze towards these compositions that are in part hardly known and sometimes atypical: three sonatas (BWV 1021, 1023 and 1024) and a fugue (BWV 1026), which we are delighted to rediscover. Also on the program are the Sonata in A major, long attributed to J. S. Bach but now recognized as a composition by Telemann, and an anonymous sonata in C minor dating from the 1720s.
Johann Sebastian Bach appears to have had a lifelong interest in chamber music. He was the son of a musician and the father of a large family: playing together was part of everyday life for the Bach family. He is known to have composed many works for this repertoire, some of them scattered to the winds. Various attempts to locate these missing chamber music works have brought to light many uncertain pieces, and it is often difficult to separate authentic works from others that are not. Gottfried von der Goltz directs our gaze towards these compositions that are in part hardly known and sometimes atypical: three sonatas (BWV 1021, 1023 and 1024) and a fugue (BWV 1026), which we are delighted to rediscover. Also on the program are the Sonata in A major, long attributed to J. S. Bach but now recognized as a composition by Telemann, and an anonymous sonata in C minor dating from the 1720s.
5051083175586

Details

Format: CD
Label: APARTE
Rel. Date: 04/08/2022
UPC: 5051083175586

Bach: Sonatas For Violin And Continuo
Artist: Von Der Gottfried Goltz
Format: CD
New: Available $21.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in G Major, BWV 1021 I. Adagio
2. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in G Major, BWV 1021 II. Vivace
3. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in G Major, BWV 1021 III. Largo
4. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in G Major, BWV 1021 IV. Presto
5. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in C minor, BWV 1024 I. Adagio
6. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in C minor, BWV 1024 II. Presto
7. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in C minor, BWV 1024 III. Affettuoso
8. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in C minor, BWV 1024 IV. Vivace
9. Bach: Violin Sonata in C minor I. Adagio
10. Bach: Violin Sonata in C minor II. Allegro
11. Bach: Violin Sonata in C minor III. Siciliana
12. Bach: Violin Sonata in C minor IV. Allegro
13. Bach: Fugue in G minor, BWV 1026
14. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in G Major, BWV 1019A V. [Violino Solo E Basso L'accompagnato]
15. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in E minor, BWV 1023 I. [Preludio]
16. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in E minor, BWV 1023 II. Adagio Ma Non Tanto
17. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in E minor, BWV 1023 III. Allemanda
18. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in E minor, BWV 1023 IV. Gigue
19. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in a Major, BWV Anh. II 153 I. [Adagio]
20. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in a Major, BWV Anh. II 153 II. [Vivace]
21. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in a Major, BWV Anh. II 153 III. [Largo]
22. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in a Major, BWV Anh. II 153 IV. Allegro
23. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Continuo in a Major, BWV Anh. II 153 V. [Fuga]

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Johann Sebastian Bach appears to have had a lifelong interest in chamber music. He was the son of a musician and the father of a large family: playing together was part of everyday life for the Bach family. He is known to have composed many works for this repertoire, some of them scattered to the winds. Various attempts to locate these missing chamber music works have brought to light many uncertain pieces, and it is often difficult to separate authentic works from others that are not. Gottfried von der Goltz directs our gaze towards these compositions that are in part hardly known and sometimes atypical: three sonatas (BWV 1021, 1023 and 1024) and a fugue (BWV 1026), which we are delighted to rediscover. Also on the program are the Sonata in A major, long attributed to J. S. Bach but now recognized as a composition by Telemann, and an anonymous sonata in C minor dating from the 1720s.
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