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Orchestre de chambre de Paris
Sebastian Knauer  piano et direction
Marina Chamot-Leguay  flute
Deborah Nemtanu  violin    

A programme of Bach repertoire for flute, violin and piano


Bach  Concerto for flute, violin and piano BWV 1044
Piano Concerto No. 1 BWV 1052
Piano Concerto No. 4 BWV 1055
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 BWV 1050

Unalloyed Bach. At first glance Bach’s oeuvre appears to be vast, even intimidating. However, one only needs to look at the portraits of the composer which have come down to us to realize the earthiness and power of his personality. This composer, venerated with such pomp for half a century, seems to be the antithesis of the intellectual, even though he composed some of the most erudite works in musical history. Bach appeals both to the casual listener and the music lover: his music is instantly recognisable. How can we plumb the mystery of such genius? One of the first steps must surely be to listen once again to works such as these sublime concertos. 



Eric Ruf

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