Johann Sebastian Bach's Violin Concertos, BWV 1041–1043, and his six Brandenburg Concertos survive in their original instrumentation. His harpsichord concertos are mostly adaptations of concertos originally written for other solo instruments. In his early career Bach transcribed concertos by other composers for organ (BWV 592–596) and for harpsichord (BWV 972–987). His Italian Concerto, for two-manual harpsichord, was published in 1735.
Three Choral Preludes. Concerto in A Minor for Four Harpsichords (Vivaldi-Bach) BWV 1065, transcribed for organ by Joan Lippincott. 16. Allegro (04:15) 17. Largo (02:03) 18.
Although we know of at least five concertos . Bach wrote for solo organ we have no surviving Bach organ concertos with orchestral accompaniment. Contrast this with the 200+ cantatas: of these, 18 feature organ obbligato, which Bach uses as a solo instrument in arias, choral sections and sinfonias. The most obviously conspicuous date to 1726. From the cantatas mentioned above, along with the related violin and harpsichord concertos, it is perfectly possible to reconstruct a number of three-movement organ concertos of this type. By using this method, we hope to bring some of the music which Bach may have performed in Dresden in 1725 back to life.
Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburg Concertos; Orchestral Suites; Harpsichord Concertos; The Musical Offering; Organ Recital.
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Johann Sebastian Bach was baptized at Eisenach on the 23rd of March 1685. His parents died in his tenth year, and his elder brother, Johann Christoph, organist at Ohrdruf, took charge of him and taught him music. The Cöthen period is that of Bach's central instrumental works, such as the first book of the Wohltemperirtes Klavier, the solo violin and violoncello sonatas, the Brandenburg concertos, and the French and English suites. In 1723, finding his position at Cöthen uninspiring for choral music, he removed to Leipzig, where he became cantor of the Thomasschule, being still able to retain his post as visiting Kapellmeister at Cöthen, besides a similar position at Weissenfels.
1:37 AM Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C major, BW. 066 Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Gottfried von der Goltz (director). 1:58 AM Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1759) Organ Concerto in F major O. N. (HW. 92) Juan de la Rubia (organ), Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Gottfried von der Goltz (director). 2:14 AM Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1759) Allegro, from Organ Concerto in F major, HW. 95 (The Cuckoo and the Nightingale) Juan de la Rubia (organ), Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Gottfried von der Goltz (director). 2:18 AM Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) Suite in the Olden.