Orchestral arrangements of Bach

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750): Ouvertures in A Minor for Flute and Strings (orig. for Harpsichord in G Minor, BWV 822), in F for Oboe and Strings (orig. for Harpsichord in F, BWV 820), Concertos in G for Strings (orig. for Harpsichord in G, BWV Anh. 152) and in G for Strings (orig. Fantasia in G for Organ, BWV 571), Partita in D for Harpsichord and Strings (orig. for Solo Violin in E Flat, BWV 1006) (all arr. Jörg Jacobi), Ouverture in A Minor for Violin and Strings (original version of BWV 1067 for Flute and Strings reconstr. Werner Breig).

Catalogue Number: 04P021

Label: Challenge Classics

Reference: CC72625

Format: CD

Price: $15.98

Description: Since baroque composers often adapted existing works for other instrumental formations, including Bach himself, one noted German scholar/keyboard player decided it would be fun to do the same for some of Bach's works for solo instrument. And is is (fun, I mean). Elbipolis Baroque Orchestra Hamburg; Jürgen Groß.


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