Johann Sebastian Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor BWV 582 played by ECHO Rising Star 19/20 accordionist João Barradas, Lisboa, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. Mixed and Mastered by Sérgio Milhano at PontoZurca Recording Studios, Almada, Portugal Video Director, Recording and Editing: Marianne Harlé Video Recording and Color Grading: Diogo Almeida Inner Circle Music / Nischo Records
In 1942, acclaimed American dancer / choreographer José Limón created a new piece set to J.S. Bach’s Chaconne from the Partita No. 2 in D Minor for solo violin. Now an integral part of the repertory of his namesake company, earlier this year the ensemble teamed up with WQXR and violinist Johnny Gandelsman for this gorgeous video, shot in the Limón Dance Company’s Harlem rehearsal space.
Johann Sebastian Bach - Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G major, BWV 1049
Ensemble Concerto Köln (led by violinist Evgeny Sviridov), recorder players Cordula Breuer and Wolfgang Dey and harpsichord player Wiebke Weidans perform the 'Brandenburg Concerto No. 4' by Johann Sebastian Bach in Het Concertbouw in Amsterdam.
The musicians: Concerto Köln / Evgeny Sviridov [violin and musical guidance] / Cordula Breuer [recorder] / Wolfgang Dey [recorder] / Wiebke Weidans [harpsichord]
Recording: Sunday the 21th of April 2019, live in Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam. This concert is part of Het Zondagochtend Concert (The Sunday Morning Concert), a concertseries by Dutch broadcasters AVROTROS and NPO Radio 4.
Aria from J. S. Bach's St. John Passion BWV 245 - "Es ist vollbracht" ("It is accomplished") - featuring boy alto Panito Iconomou, soloist of Tölzer Knabenchor, and viola da gamba soloist Christophe Coin. An inspired, historically informed performance.
alto soloist: Panito Iconomou
viola da gamba soloist: Christophe Coin
Evangelist: Kurt Equiluz
Jesus: Robert Holl
instrumental ensemble: Concentus Musicus Wien
conductor: Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Tölzer Knabenchor director: Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden
Dom in Graz, Austria, ORF, 1985
...Da nun Jesus den Essig genommen hatte, sprach er:
The legend surrounding the 'Goldberg Variations', performed here by Jean Rondeau for All of Bach, is such a nice one. Count Hermann Karl von Keyserlinck was having trouble sleeping and asked Bach for some pleasant music to pass the time, to be played by Keyserlinck’s harpsichord prodigy Johann Gottlieb Goldberg.
Recorded for the project All of Bach on June 6th 2017 at the Concertgebouw, Bruges. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/2vhCeFB or consider donating http://bit.ly/2uZuMj5.
"A memorable performance of the Bach partita, shot live at a public concert in London which helped us to learn that there is almost always a depth to live performance on film that is frequently missing from studio performances. [...] The partita in D minor partita BWV 1004 includes the great chaconne, one of the towering masterpieces of Western music."