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▐ JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685 † 1750) Violin Concerto in A minor, BWV 1041

/// As always, Grumiaux's playing is a perfect delight for the ear - he seemed to have an uncanny ability to find just the right balance between classical restraint and romantic expressiveness, which suits this music very well indeed. The slow movements (particularly that of the E minor concerto) emerge as some of the most beautiful music ever written, filled with a sense of nobility and wonder; whilst the allegros are spun off with tremendous verve. For the double concerto, Grumiaux is joined by Hermann Krebbers, and the interplay between the two could hardly have been more perfect, especially in the finale which gathers enough forward momentum to leave your mind reeling long after the last chords have faded. ///

[0:00] I. (Allegro moderato) [3:56] II. Andante [10:01] III. Allegro assai

ARTHUR GRUMIAUX, violin Les Solistes Romands Conducted by ARPAD GERECZ

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