Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach

Classical, baroque, instrumental, composers, german

Johann Sebastian Bach (March 31, 1685 – July 28, 1750) was a virtuoso German composer, organist, violinist, violist, harpsichordist from the Baroque period. Described by Mozart and Beethoven as one of the fathers of classical music, Bach's compositions include the Brandenburg Concertos, the Goldberg Variations, the Mass in B minor, two Passions, and over three hundred cantatas. His music is revered for its technical command, artistic beauty, and intellectual depth.

Violin Concertos [1984]
  • 1. Concerto In A Minor, BWV.1041: I. Allegro (4:18)
  • 2. Concerto In A Minor, BWV.1041: II. Andante (5:55)
  • 3. Concerto In A Minor, BWV.1041: III. Allegro Assai (4:06)
  • 4. Double Concerto In D Minor, BWV.1043: I. Vivace (4:11)
  • 5. Double Concerto In D Minor, BWV.1043: II. Largo Ma Non Tanto (7:38)
  • 6. Double Concerto In D Minor, BWV.1043: III. Allegro (5:26)
  • 7. Concerto In E Major, BWV.1042: I. Allegro (6:10)
  • 8. Concerto In E Major, BWV.1042: II. Adagio (5:15)
  • 9. Concerto In E Major, BWV.1042: III. Allegro Assai (7:22)