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Boston Baroque and Martin Pearlman recorded a splendid set of the Brandenburg Concertos on period instruments in 1993 and 1994. Made entirely in the US, these snappy, crisply articulated, and fluent performances rely heavily on the talents of violinist Daniel Stepner (who doubles as one of the two solo violists in Concerto No. 6). Among the highlights are the joyous finale to Concerto No. 4 and the superb cembalo cadenza in No. 5, played by Pearlman. Along with outstanding sound, there's a winning sense of freshness and discovery in these performances. --Ted Libbey
Johann Sebastian Bach – The Complete Brandenburg Concertos, I think the first time I heard these particular music pieces by Bach, I didn’t get it right away, I know I’ve always... Read morePublished 1 month ago by IVAN EDGAR PRATT
My favorite and most enjoyable version of the Brandenburgs. Boston Baroque is magnificent, the period instruments are superb, and the clarity of this recording is awesome.Published 4 months ago by chaas
Fantastic complete and with period instruments. Searched high and low for this.
Wonderful to finally find it.......
In searching for a collection of the Brandenburg Concertos, I imagined a collection with Glenn Gould. But he has only recorded 3 & 5, as available at the Amazon Store. Read morePublished 16 months ago by R. A. Weil
I have owned at least four different recordings of the Brandenburg Concertos since the mid-70's. This is by far my favorite so far. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Michael Becker
This has been my favorite concerto in the classical genera. I always
look forward to listening and discover new passages I have missed
previously, thus this recording... Read more