Bach, J.S. / Rowuie / Borner: Reconstructed Chamber Music & Chorals

Bach, J.S. / Rowuie / Borner: Reconstructed Chamber Music & Chorals

Bach, J.S. / Rowuie / Borner: Reconstructed Chamber Music & Chorals

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Title: Reconstructed Chamber Music & Chorals
Artist: Bach, J.S. / Rowuie / Borner
Label: Pan Classics
UPC: 7619990103849
Genre: Classical Artists

Johann Sebastian Bach's chamber music was in constant transition. His few surviving trio sonatas, for the traditional combination of two melody instruments and continuo, likely date from his years in Weimar and Kothen. Bach revisited some of these works in Leipzig, reworking them for concerts at Zimmerman's coffee house into sonatas for a melody instrument with harpsichord obbligato. Unfortunately, few of these manuscripts survive, leaving us with only later arrangements as rough clues to their original form and instrumentation. Prominent Bach scholars agree that Bach, just as Handel and Telemann, must have made a major contribution to the main genre of 18th century chamber music. In view of this evaluation, there is a particularly unfortunate gap in the catalogue of the Thomaskantor's works. Our program was conceived as an approximation of some of these lost trio sonatas.

1.1 I. Vivace
1.2 II. Affettuoso
1.3 III. Allegro
1.4 O Mensch, Bewein' Dein Sünde Groß, BWV622
1.5 Kommst Du Nun, Jesu, Vom Himmel Herunter, BWV650
1.6 I. Adagio
1.7 II. Allegro
1.8 III. Andante
1.9 IV. Allegro
1.10 Chorale-Setting of Jesu Meine Freude
1.11 Wenn Wir in Höchsten Nöthen Sein, BWV641
1.12 Largo and Allegro, Bwvanh.111
1.13 Herr Jesu Christ, Dich Zu Uns Wend, BWV655
1.14 Trio in G minor, BWV584
1.15 Allein Gott in Der HÖH Sei Ehr, BWV676
1.16 Ich Ruf' Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV639
1.17 An Wasserflüssen Babylon, BWV653
1.18 Chorale-Setting of Wer Nur Den Lieben Gott LÄSST Walten
1.19 Prelude in E minor, BWV548
1.20 Prelude in G minor, BWV885
1.21 Fugue in E minor, BWV548
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