Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Concerto BWV 1060 for 2 harpsichord and strings
C minor / ut mineur / c-Moll
Concerto BWV 1042 for violin, strings and b. c.
E major / mi majeur / E-Dur
Concerto BWV 1058 for harpsichord, strings and B. c.
G minor / sol mineur / g-Moll
Concerto BWV 1050a for harpsichord, flute, violin and strings
(Early version of the "Brandenburg Concerto" No. 5)
D major / ré majeur / D-Dur
Reviews"These are fine and extroverted performances of some alternate instrumentations of familiar Bach concertos...The solo playing is remarkable, and Rohrig and Kaiser blend and contrast their sounds beautifully...Rudolf Innig makes a real case for the piece [G-minor S 1058] as a harpsichord concerto...[and] The E-major Violin Concerto...also sounds appropriately baroque in its texture..." - Fine, ARG