Performer: Rachel Podger. Orchestra: The Academy of Ancient Music. Andrew Manze and Rachel Potter are inarguably the best baroque violinists that are currently active. This record is a lively, period performance, in which Manze and Podger breath new life into these concertos(not to say that they were dead or anything, because they're not). The sound quality is also excellent and the liner notes are amazing. This period performance is wonderful, offering a very warm and intimiate sound, and I must say it is significantly better than the competition. At a bargain price, you can't go wrong.
Jaap Schroder and Christopher Hirons with the Academy of Ancient Music, Decca Andrew Manze and Rachel Podger with the Academy of Ancient Music, Decca. The Concerto for 2 Violins, Strings and Continuo in D Minor (BWV 1043) also known as the Double Violin Concerto or "Bach Double", is perhaps one of the most famous works by J. S. Bach and considered among the best examples of the work of the late Baroque period.
Bach: Solo & Double Violin Concertos. Concerto for oboe & violin (or 2 violins), strings & continuo (reconstruction), BWV 1060R.
Andrew Manze, Rachel Podger, The Academy Of Ancient Music - Concerto In A Minor For Violin, Bwv 1041 I. Allegro. Title: Concerto In A Minor For Violin, Bwv 1041 I. Artist: Andrew Manze, Rachel Podger, The Academy Of Ancient Music.
Johann Sebastian Bach, Concerto for two violins, BWV 1043, Manze, Podger. Bach - Double Violin Concerto in d minor, BWV 1043 (Andrew Manze & Rachel Podger). Лучшие песни Andrew Manze. The Academy of Ancient Music, Andrew Manze. Concerto In E Major For Violin, BWV 1042: I. Andrew Manze & Academy Of Ancient Music.
tra: The Acadmy of Ancient Music. Soloists: Andrew Manze (BWV 1041, 1042, 1043 and 1060) Rachel Podger (BWV 1043 and 1060). Instrumentation: Orchestra Violin. Another recording (in 15 years) done by the Academy of Ancient Music for Bach's famous violin concertos. With artists almost "renewed" (Katherin Hart is the only remaining player from the Hogwood/Schroeder+Hirons version appeared in 1982 under the label Decca/l'Oiseau-Lyre), this one has reached the artistic level of the previous one with more frivolity at the (possible) expense of rigor characteristic to Hogwood/Schroeder+Hirons. There is a bonus, the "restored" violin version of the double harpsichord concerto BWV 1060.
Andrew Manze, Rachel Podger (violin) The Academy of Ancient Music Andrew Manze (director). performance - a great recording - even for a mid 80's release.
|1||Concerto In D Minor For Two Violins (Bwv 1043) - II Largo Ma Non Tanto|
|2||Concerto In A Minor For Violin (Bwv 1041) - III Allegro Assai|