BACH Violin Concertos in A minor BWV1041 & E major BWV1042, Concerto in D minor for Two Violins BWV1043, Concerto in D major for Three Violins BWV1064R

May 2013
Strad;May2013, Vol. 124 Issue 1477, p98
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the music release featuring the works of Johann Sebastian Bach and performed by musicians including Gottfried von der Goltz, Anne Katharina Schreiber, and Freiburg Baroque Orchestra.


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