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Concerto: Works for One & Two Harpsichords

Guillermo Brachetta, Menno van Delft

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Italian Concerto in F Major, BWV 971  
1
I. (Allegro)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
4:50
2
II. Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
5:10
3
III. Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
4:44
Keyboard Concerto in G Major, Fk 40  
4
I. Allegro non troppo
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
4:26
5
II. Andante
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
2:56
6
III. Vivace
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
3:31
Concerto for 2 Harpsichords in C Major, BWV 1061  
7
I. (Allegro)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
7:16
8
II. Adagio ovvero Largo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
4:47
9
III. Fuga
Johann Sebastian Bach; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
5:59
Concerto in A Major, GraunWV C:XIII:90  
10
I. Allegro
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
4:42
11
II. Andante
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
4:17
12
III. Allegro moderato
Johann Gottlieb Graun; Guillermo Brachetta; Menno van Delft
3:39
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:17
Harpsichordist Guillermo Brachetta presents this thrilling programme of works for one and two harpsichords composed senza ripieno, featuring J.S. Bach's Italian Concerto, the second part of his Clavier-Übung, with solo concertos from Wilhelm Friedemann Bach and Carl Heinrich Graun. Brachetta is joined by Menno van Delft for the original two harpsichord version of Bach's Concerto a due cembali.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Limited Studio Masters

Recorded in the Oude Dorpskerk, Bunnik, The Netherlands, May 28 - 30, 2016
Producer, engineer and editor: Adam Binks
Instrument and session photography © Resonus Limited
Cover image: harpsichord detail © Resonus Limited

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