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Vienna Chamber Orchestra - Bach / Vivaldi-Bach album mp3

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Title: Bach / Vivaldi-Bach
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Vivaldi-Bach - Concerto For 4 Harpsichords And Orchestra In A Minor. Recorded in Vienna 1950 (On Labels). Side B composed by Antonio Vivaldi, transcribed by J. S. Bach (On Backcover). Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): XTV 14592.

Vivaldi: 12 Violin Concertos. Go to artist profile. Vivaldi - La Cetra Op. 9. Monica Huggett/Raglan Baroque Players/Nicholas Kraemer. Antonio Vivaldi: Le Quattro Stagioni. Franco Mezzena, Viotti Chamber Orchestra. I Concerti Delle Quattro Stagioni - Antonio Vivaldi.

The Vienna Chamber Orchestra (Das Wiener Kammer Orchester, or WKO) is an Austrian chamber orchestra based at the Vienna Konzerthaus. The WKO was founded in 1946, and its first artistic directors were Franz Litschauer, Heinrich Hollreiser, Paul Angerer, and Carlo Zecchi. When he took over the position from 1976 to 1991, Philippe Entremont started a tradition of conductors playing a dual rôle, appearing as both conductor and soloist.

Album · 2014 · 9 Songs. By Johann Sebastian Bach. Released: 11 Apr 2014. 2014 RHI bajo licencia THAI Records. More By Chamber Orchestra of the Sarre.

Slide 10 Bach brought to majestic fruition the style of the late Renaissance. Vivaldi transformed the tradition of descriptive music into a typically Italian musical style with its unmistakable timbre in which the strings play a major role. n The Four Seasons drawing activity The Four Seasons Slide 16 Georg Frideric Hndel ( George Frederick Handel) Born: Halle, 1685 Died: London, 1759 Slide 17 Handels style Cosmopolitan: -of the world/traveled extensively Composer of Italian operas Slide. Slide 19 Messiah Baroque qualities: grand in scale, solos, chorus, orchestra, drama, emotional, similar to opera Oratorio: not allowed to be called opera because of its sacred nature; like an opera without actors and stage sets; large in scale, has chorus, soloists, orchestra Part 1: coming/birth of Christ Part 2: suffering and death of Christ Part 3: redemption of humanity Slide 20.

Oregon Bach Festival Chamber Orchestra, Helmuth Rilling. Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: I. Overture. Oregon Bach Festival Chamber Orchestra, Helmuth Rilling. 4 in D Major, BWV 1069: III. Gavotte. Vivaldi Chamber Music Orchestra. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Karl Böhm. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: III.

ANTONIO VIVALDI LE QUATTRO STAGIONI Concerts for violin, strings and harpsichord La Primavera op. 8 n. 1 violin, Stefano Biguzzi - allegro Giunt’è la primavera - largo mormorio di fronde e piante - il capraro che dorme - allegro dan. J. bach/ r. schumann. Partita n. 1 for violin and strings BWV 1002 violin, Giacobbe Stevanato - Allemanda - Double - Corrente - Double - Sarabanda - Double - Tempo di Borea - Double. Concerto in D minor for cello, strings and harpsichord RV. 405 cello, Davide Amadio - allegro - adagio - allegro.

First recorded in 1960, the Bach album is another of those performances which silence criticism on any presumed inauthenticity. I feel (although swimming against the tide perhaps) that authentic music making will always carry the day over authentic instruments. The father-son partnership was done in Vienna with Oistrakh senior conducting himself. The one small drawback is the Vivaldi work, where by reason of a lack of scholarship, the holes in Vivaldi's score are not effectively filled. But this is a minor issue, since the work is not even 10 minutes long.


Bach - Concerto For 3 Harpsichords And Orchestra In C
A1 I - Allegro
A2 II - Adagio
A3 III - Allegro
Vivaldi-Bach - Concerto For 4 Harpsichords And Orchestra In A Minor
B1 I - [Allegro]
B2 II - Largo
B3 III - Allegro


  • Conductor – Anton Heiller
  • Cover – Arno*
  • Harpsichord – Bruno Seidelhofer (tracks: Side A, Side B), Christa Fuhrmann (tracks: Side A, Side B), Erna Heiller (tracks: Side A, Side B), Kurt Rapf (tracks: Side B)


Recorded in Vienna 1950 (On Labels)

Side B composed by Antonio Vivaldi, transcribed by J. S. Bach (On Backcover)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): XTV 14592
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): XTV14592-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): XTV 14593
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): XTV14593-2D
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