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J.C. Bach: 4 Symphonies Concertantes - Alan Hacker (clarinet); Anthony Pike (clarinet); Derek Taylor (horn); Geoffrey Gambold (bassoon); James Sleigh (viola);...
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  1. Symphonie Concertante for 2 violins, cello & orchestra in G major, CW C32 (T. 284/1)
  2. Symphonie Concertante for flute, 2 clarinets, bassoon, 2 horns & orchestra in E flat major, CW C41 (T. 290/9)
  3. Symphonie Concertante for violin, cello & orchestra in A major, CW C34 (T. 284/4)
  4. Symphonie Concertante for 2 oboes, 2 horns, 2 violins, 2 violas, cello & orchestra in E flat major, CW C40 (T. 288/7)
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One thing that has become apparent in the rescue operation involving the reputation of Johann Christian Bach is that with him lay a number of undiscovered secrets about the development of Western music in the eighteenth century. For one thing, Bach was the king of the sinfonia concertante, a stepchild of the Baroque concerto grosso that did not survive into the era of the romantics, except in rare works like Beethoven's Triple Concerto; both Haydn and Mozart paid tribute to the form in a work or two, but didn't invest as ...

J.C. Bach: 4 Symphonies Concertantes 2006, Resonance

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