Finalmente, thanks to our friend Lemarquis I have this again and you can delete the old version in 44/16. Thank you very much, Mr. J. 😀
Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782) is more famously known as “the London Bach” because he spent the latter part of his career in that city. Nevertheless, his symphonies concertantes were composed for Parisian tastes. He wrote well over a dozen works in this genre, and possibly inspired Mozart to compose his more famous symphonies concertantes, one for violin and violin, and the other for four wind instruments. Only a few of them were publishing during Bach’s lifetime. Today, the manuscripts reside in London’s British Library.
Farewell, Maestro Marriner. R.I.P. 🙁
Composer: Johann Christian Bach
Orchestra: Academy of St. Martin-in-the-fields
Conductor: Sir Neville Marriner
Number of Discs: 1
DR-Analysis: DR 13
Size: 1.13 GB
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