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    Bach String Quartet - The Art Of Fugue | Baroque Chamber Classical Music

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    00:00:00 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 1
    00:02:52 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 2
    00:05:40 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 3
    00:11:03 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 4
    00:19:55 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 5
    00:22:45 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 6 A 4 In Stylo Francese
    00:26:32 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 10 A 4 Alla Decima
    00:33:19 BWV 1080 - Canon Per Augmentationem In Contrario Motu
    00:40:22 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 9 A 4 Alla Duodecima
    00:42:52 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 8 A 3
    00:51:49 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 7 A 4 Per Augmentationem Et Diminutionem
    00:55:59 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 11 A 4
    01:05:13 BWV 1080 - Canon Alla Ottava
    01:07:47 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus A 3
    01:12:42 BWV 1080 - Canon Alla Decima Contrapuncto Alla Terza
    01:15:42 BWV 1080 - Contrapunctu, Inversus, 12 A 4
    01:24:43 BWV 1080 - Canon Alla Duodecima In Contrapuncto Alla Quinta
    01:26:56 BWV 1080 - Fuga A 3 Soggetti

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version For String Quartet - Contrapunctus I (Version...

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version For String Quartet - Contrapunctus I (Version for String Quartet) · Emerson String Quartet

    Bach, J.S.: The Art of Fugue - Emerson String Quartet

    ℗ 2003 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Da-Hong Seetoo
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    Bach - Contrapunctus 1-4 - Australian Chamber Orchestra & Richard Tognetti

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    The Art of Fugue was Bach’s last major project and this definitive exploration of the possibilities of counterpoint is perhaps his most ambitious undertaking, transcending mere theory to achieve rapturous heights.

    A tour de force directed by Richard Tognetti, featuring the Australian Chamber Orchestra musicians.

    Recorded at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday 15 May 2016.

    Also as part of the concert program:

    MOZART Violin Concerto No.5, K.219 'Turkish'


    BEETHOVEN (arr. strings) String Quartet, Op.130


    BEETHOVEN (arr. strings) Grosse Fugue, Op.133

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    Bach Die Kunst Der Fuge BWV 1080 The Art of Fugue - Juilliard String Quartet 432Hz

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    Schubert: Complete String Quartets

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    Composer: Franz Schubert
    Artists: Diogenes Quartet, Stefan Kirpal (violin), Gundula Kirpal (violin), Stephen Ristau (cello), Julia Barthel (viola), Alba González i Becerra (viola)

    About this Album:
    This set presents the complete string quartets by Franz Schubert, including the completion of two unfinished movements, by Christian Starke.
    Schubert’s string quartets span his whole creative lifetime. The early quartets are firmly rooted in the classical Viennese style, charming, fresh, lyrical and witty, the later quartets (Rosamunde, Death and the Maiden, G major) speak a deep, dramatic and sometimes grim language, full of Weltschmerz, hope and despair.
    The German Diogenes Quartet have been delving deep into the world of Schubert over the past few years. Critics (Fanfare and other magazines) have praised “their genuine emotional engagement and real feeling for Schubert’s unique modes and moods of musical expression”, “immaculate execution”.
    Excellent and extensive liner notes by musicologist and producer Christian Starke.

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    Bach - The Art of Fugue / Die Kunst der Fuge BWV 1080

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    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) - Die Kunst der Fuge / L’ Art de la Fugue BWV 1080

    Contrepoint I (00:00)
    Contrepoint II (04:24)
    Contrepoint III (08:01)
    Contrepoint IV (11:04)
    Contrepoint V (16:00)
    Contrepoint VI ‘’in stile franceses’’ (19:20)
    Contrepoint VII à 4 par fragmentation et diminution (23:59)
    Contrepoint VIII (27:57)
    Contrepoint IX à 4 ‘’alla duodecina’’ (34:37)
    Contrepoint X ‘’alla decima’’ (38:19)
    Contrepoint XI (43:22)
    Contrepoint XII Canon à l’octave (49:57)
    Contrepoint XIII Canon alla duodecima in contrapuncto alla quinta (52:48)
    Contrepoint XIV Canon alla decima in contrappunto alla terza (55:16)
    Contrepoint XV Canon par augmentation en mouvement contraire (1:00:30)
    Contrepoint XVI avec son inversion (1:05:03)
    Contrepoint XVIII avec son inversion (1:10:30)
    Contrepoint XIX Fugue à 4 sujets (1:18:32)

    Ensemble Wolfgang Von Karajan
    Sur deux positifs et un contrepositif Walker dans la grande salle du Mozarteum de Salzbourg (1994)
    Label : A.Charlin

    This vast succession of counterpoints on a single theme is more than a monument to the craft and the spirit of the « severe » musical style. Organ music has always been an integral part of sacred music, and these canons and fugues were predestined to assume their rightful place in the organists repertory. The Art of the Fugue was not written for a single performer, as Bach made clear in his original manuscript. Here, the score has been distributed to three instruments, allowing the listener to more perfectly hear its polyphonic textures in all their complexity.

    By 1734-35, J.S. Bach seemed increasingly preoccupied with conveying a message in his work, with identifying the essence of music and laying bare the bones that lies behind the mask of its changing forms and styles. The Art of the Fugue is the ultimate manifestation of this tendency.

    The consistent use of fugal style in church music over centuries and highly disparate traditions points to an important characteristic of the sacred music itself. One needs only note the use of this form in masses written in the concertante style, for instance. And is there not in one theme that recurs in every possible form and function a striking symbol of the eternal and the infinite ? Carl de NYS

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    J.S.Bach BWV 988 - Goldberg Variations for String Trio

    1:5:18

    Webern Trio Frankfurt
    Akemi Mercer-Niewöhner Violin,
    Dirk Mercer-Niewöhner - Viola,
    Ulrich Horn Cello,
    Live in Frankfurt, 2014 HR Concert Hall
    Produced by Boguslaw Furtok

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 1

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 1 · Keller Quartett

    J.S Bach - Die Kunst Der Fuge

    ℗ 1998 ECM Records GmbH, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1998-06-02

    Producer: Manfred Eicher
    Associated Performer, Violin: Andras Keller
    Associated Performer, Violin: Janos Pilz
    Associated Performer, Viola: Zoltan Gal
    Associated Performer, Cello: Ottó Kertész
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 14

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 14 · Keller Quartett

    J.S Bach - Die Kunst Der Fuge

    ℗ 1998 ECM Records GmbH, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1998-06-02

    Producer: Manfred Eicher
    Associated Performer, Violin: Andras Keller
    Associated Performer, Violin: Janos Pilz
    Associated Performer, Viola: Zoltan Gal
    Associated Performer, Cello: Ottó Kertész
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version for String Quartet - Contrapunctus I

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version for String Quartet - Contrapunctus I · Maya Iwabuchi · Philippe Honoré · Clive Howard · Sally Pendlebury

    Vikram Seth: An Equal Music - Music from the Best-Selling Novel

    ℗ 2000 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Producer: Andrew Cornall
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    The Best of Baroque

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    Thursday, April 28 at 7 PM - Cyber Cafe -- Tunxis Community College - part of Tunxis Chamber Music Series.

    The Best of Baroque with renowned harpsichordist Ed Clark, violinist Brunilda Myftaraj and cellist Kathy Schiano
    Program: J. S. Bach -- Sonata III in G, for Violin, Cello & Harpsichord
    Joseph Haydn -- Trio No 1, for Violin, Cello & Harpsichord... and more
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    Borromeo String Quartet – Bach : The Well-Tempered Clavier, BWV 846–851

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    The Borromeo String Quartet

    Nicholas Kitchen, violin
    Kristopher Tong, violin
    Mai Motobuchi, viola
    Yeesun Kim, cello

    Filmed at Music Mountain's Gordon Hall on June 12, 2016

    Audio recording and broadcasts generously supported by Edward R. Hamilton, bookseller

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    Bach Fugue No. 4: Allegro maestoso

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    Phantasie Young Musicians Senior Recital:
    (Please excuse us for the noise of the malfunctioned AC throughout the recital recordings.)

    1. Bach Fugue No. 4: Allegro maestoso
    (from 14 fugues for string quartet, arr. Richard Hofmann)

    Violin 1: Tiffany Chang
    Violin 2: Andrea Lin
    Viola: Gina Han
    Cello: Paula Li

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    Tetraktys string quartet plays J. S. Bachs The Art of Fugue: Contrapunctus 4

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    Tetraktys string quartet
    Johann Sebastian Bach, Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of Fugue), BWV 1080 (1742):
    Contrapunctus 4
    Live performance from Goethe Institut - Athen, 6th October 2009
    photo: A. Pappas

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    Fugue in G Minor - Bach - Chamber Strings.mov

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    Air on the G String J. S. Bach, original instruments

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 2

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 2 (Live) · Australian Chamber Orchestra · Richard Tognetti

    Bach / Beethoven: Fugue

    ℗ 2017 Australian Chamber Orchestra

    Released on: 2017-04-07

    Producer: Bob Scott
    Producer: Ike See
    Producer: Maxime Bibeau
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    Borromeo String Quartet Bach WTC I for String Quartet CD Celebration Video

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    Borromeo String Quartet Bach WTC I for String Quartet CD Celebration Video

    During Summer 2017 the Borromeo String Quartet released a CD of all of Book One of the Well-Tempered Clavier of Bach arranged for string quartet by the Borromeo's first violinist, Nicholas Kitchen. (You may have seen the trailer video that come out on this channel a short while back).

    To further celebrate this Living Archive CD, Nicholas Kitchen chose eight tracks from the CD - the Preludes and Fugues in C Major BWV 846, C Minor BWV 847, C# Major BWV 848 and C# Minor BWV 849 - and synchronized them with video from four performances that were very important to the Borromeo's experience bringing these pieces to life. The quartet gives the New York premiere of these four Preludes and Fugues in Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall on October 20, 2017.

    The first performance is from June 9, 2016 at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport, Mass., the home of the Rockport Chamber Music Festival. The Borromeo Quartet has had a long and rich relationship with the Festival and in the program seen on the video they performed the world premiere of Elena Ruehr''s Piano Quintet. What is also wonderful about this video is the way the ocean in the background seems to embody the famous quote of Beethoven about Bach:

    “He should be called not Bach [‘brook’] but Mer [‘sea’] on account of his endlessly inexhaustible wealth of musical ideas.”
    – Ludwig van Beethoven

    The second performance is from the Taos School of Music. The Borromeo Quartet has been deeply involved with the Taos School of Music Summer Program for more than 10 years. In the Taos Ski Valley at the Hotel St. Bernard, the school creates for 5 faculty and 19 students an environment where the art of chamber music can be explored with nearly ideal concentration. The concert in the video was given in Taos Center for the Arts on June 19, 2016. This was the first of a three concert series. The combined concerts represented the first time the Borromeo presented all of Book One to the public.

    The third performance is taken from the recital for the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival in the Dennis Union Church, Dennis, Mass.. The Borromeo has performed for the Festival for over 25 years and Nicholas Kitchen served as Artistic Director of the Festival for 6 years. On August 17, 2016, the quartet performed, in one evening, all of the Well-Tempered Clavier Book One for String Quartet.

    The fourth performance is a concert given for Music For Food at Brown Hall at the New England Conservatory of Music. Since graduating from the Artist Diploma Program at NEC in 1992, the Borromeo Quartet has been Faculty Quartet in Residence at NEC. Their colleague on the faculty Kim Kashkashian created Music For Food to make musical performance play a role in helping address food insecurity challenges in the community. This October 12, 2015 concert was the first event where the Borromeo played these arrangements of the Well-Tempered Clavier Book One for String Quartet. The painting projected behind the quartet is Vermeer's Art of Painting. This painting was a prized possession of Baron Gottfried van Swieten, the enormously influential benefactor of music whose musical gatherings in Vienna meant so much to Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. It was Baron van Swieten that suggested that the Well-Tempered Clavier should be played by string ensembles. Mozart answered this idea with K. 404 and 405, and Beethoven by his arrangement for Cello Quintet of the Bb Minor Fugue of Book One.

    For those that are technically curious, what you are hearing is the tracks of the Living Archive CD. Nicholas Kitchen has used Final Cut Pro to adjust his films of these concert (all made by Living Archive) with miniscule re-timings to allow synchronization.

    Living Archive has distributed the physical disc through CDBaby and the Digital download is available through iTunes and Amazon.

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version For String Quartet - Contrapunctus 11

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version For String Quartet - Contrapunctus 11 · Emerson String Quartet

    Bach, J.S.: The Art of Fugue - Emerson String Quartet

    ℗ 2003 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Da-Hong Seetoo
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus I

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    The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus I · Juilliard String Quartet · Johann Sebastian Bach

    Bach: The Art of the Fugue

    ℗ 1992 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Arranger: Anonymous
    Producer: Steven Epstein

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    BACH - BRANDENBURG CONCERTO NO. 3 IN G MAJOR, BWV 1048
    I. — 00:00
    II. Adagio 05:55
    III. Allegro 06:21
    Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    VIVALDI - SINFONIA IN C MAJOR, RV 112
    I. Allegro 11:06
    II. Andante 13:04
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    Kaunas Chamber Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

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    Giovanni Antonioni, Warmia Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

    CORELLI - CONCERTO GROSSO NO. 9 IN F MAJOR, OP. 6
    Preludio. Largo 30:07
    II. Corrente. Vivace 32:13
    III. Gavotta. Allegro 34:05
    IV. Minuetto. Vivace 35:10
    Kiev Camera Orchestra conducted by Liviu Buiuc

    VIVALDI - THE FOUR SEASONS, CONCERTO NO. 1 IN E MAJOR, RV 269 SPRING
    I. Allegro 38:25
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    III. Allegro pastorale 44:50
    Christiane Edinger, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    BACH - BRANDENBURG CONCERTO NO. 5 IN D MAJOR, BWV 1050
    I. Allegro 49:07
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    III. Allegro 1:05:26
    Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    VIVALDI - STRINGS CONCERTO IN B-FLAT MINOR, RV 164
    I. Allegro 1:10:55
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    Kaunas Chamber Orchestra conducted by Marek Tracz

    CORELLI - CONCERTO GROSSO NO. 10 IN C MAJOR, OP. 6
    Preludio. Largo 1:15:14
    II. Adagio 1:17:54
    III. Allegro 1:21:44
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    Kiev Camera Orchestra conducted by Liviu Buiuc

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    I. Allegro non molto 1:26:28
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    III. Allegro, Lento 1:32:08
    Christiane Edinger, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

    BACH - SUITE NO. 2 IN B MINOR, BWV 1067
    I. Ouverture. Lentamente 1:35:46
    II. Rondeau 1:43:30
    III. Sarabande 1:45:01
    IV. Bourrée 1:48:00
    V. Double 1:50:01
    VI. Minuetto 1:53:29
    VII. Badinerie 1:54:44
    Andreas Blau, Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta

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    III. Allegro 2:09:53
    Saulis Dirvanauskas, Kaunas Chamber Orchestra conducted by Silvano Frontalini

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    BEETHOVEN Grosse Fugue, Op.133 | Australian Chamber Orchestra & Richard Tognetti

    16:22

    Beethoven was deeply influenced by Bach, studying his scores in the library of the Archduke Rudolph. He was driven to explore the fugal form, in works such as the Fugue in D major – his only late work completed for string quintet – and notably his Grosse Fuge, which The New Yorker music critic Alex Ross called “a musicological Holy Grail”, and “the most radical work by the most formidable composer in history”.

    In this tour de force directed by Richard Tognetti, the Grosse Fuge takes its original place as the finale of the String Quartet Op.130, a work that veers from torrential passion to aching beauty.

    Recorded at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday 15 May 2016.

    Also as part of the concert program:

    BEETHOVEN (arr. strings) String Quartet, Op.130


    JS BACH The Art of Fugue: Contrapunctus I - IV


    MOZART Violin Concerto No.5, K.219 'Turkish'

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version For String Quartet - Canon alla Duodecima in...

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    J.S. Bach: The Art Of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Version For String Quartet - Canon alla Duodecima in Contrapunto alla Quinta · Philip Setzer · David Finckel

    Bach, J.S.: The Art of Fugue - Emerson String Quartet

    ℗ 2003 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Da-Hong Seetoo
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    Emerson String Quartet: Bach Fugues

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    Bach - The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080, Contrapunctus 1-3,4,6,9,11,18

    35:45

    From the Library of the Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 2000

    Keller String Quartet
    András Keller - violin
    János Pilz - violin
    Zoltán Gál - viola
    Judit Szabó - cello

    Johann Sebastian Bach - The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080
    0:36 Contrapunctus 1
    4:58 Contrapunctus 2
    7:17 Contrapunctus 3
    11:15 Contrapunctus 4
    14:02 Contrapunctus 6
    17:09 Contrapunctus 9
    19:19 Contrapunctus 11
    24:54 Contrapunctus 18

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    The highly acclaimed Hungarian Keller Quartet is playing a programme in which pieces of Bach's The Art of Fugue and quartets and trios from György Kurtag are combined. The idea behind it is to demonstrate the relationship between the two great composers. The mixture of baroque masterpieces and contemporary music shows the harmony between the music composed some hundred years ago and today.

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    Café Concert: Mivos Quartet Plays Bachs Contrapunctus XIX from The Art of Fugue

    9:22

    Joining us for Bachstock: 30 Days of Peace and Music is the Mivos Quartet. They visited the WQXR Café to play J.S. Bach's Contrapunctus XIX from The Art of Fugue (arr. by Patrick Higgins). Read more about the Mivos Quartet here:

    Video: Kim Nowacki
    Audio: Edward Haber

    © WQXR 2014

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    J.S. Bach: Little Fugue in G Minor, BWV 578

    3:54

    arr. Mordechai Rechtman
    Madison Winds recital on November 28, 2012
    Gifford Theater, Eastern Kentucky University

    Kristen Kean, flute
    Connie Ignatiou, oboe
    Connie Rhoades, clarinet
    Christine Carucci, bassoon
    Mick Sehmann, horn

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    Little Fugue in G Minor for String Quartet

    4:00

    My string quartet arrangement of Bach's Little Fugue (BWV 578). Focused mainly around the first violin and viola.

    Sheet music here-

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    Ludwig van Beethoven - Grosse Fuge, Op. 133

    15:40

    - Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven (17 December 1770 -- 26 March 1827)
    - Performers: Talich Quartet
    - Year of recording: 1977

    Fugue for string quartet in B flat major (Grosse Fuge), Op. 133, written in 1825.

    Beethoven's Grosse Fuge {Great Fugue} was originally to have served as the finale to the String Quartet No. 13 in B flat major, Op. 130 [uploaded on this channel]; in fact, that work was first performed with this monumental creation as its sixth and concluding movement. However, the Grosse Fuge, a complete entity in its own right, proved too difficult for the performers and for some members of the audience. Moreover, it seemed an outsized finale for the relatively modest quartet. Beethoven subsequently produced a new final movement for the quartet, an attractive Rondo more in keeping with the spirit of the entire work.

    The Grosse Fuge, eventually published as an independent work, is one of Beethoven's crowning achievements in the medium of chamber music. The work opens with an introduction, or overtura. Here the mood is dramatic, effectively setting the stage for the whole work. The main theme -- heroic and defiant, powerful and self-confident -- is presented in four different versions. First, it is played fortissimo, in an emphatic, assertive manner, which will reemerge as its definitive guise in the coda. The subsequent accounts of the theme gradually become calmer and quieter.

    The first fugal section is a double fugue marked Allegro. Here the main theme competes against another subject, which is also fiery and assertive. Their struggle, which includes substantial development, continues fortissimo. The second section, marked Meno mosso e moderato, is also a double fugue, its lyricism providing effective contrast to its predecessor. Here a new theme emerges from the counterpoint of the main melody. The third section, marked Allegro molto e con brio, features further struggle in which the theme eventually falters and seems to disintegrate. The second subject from the first fugal section emerges and appears to take control. Eventually, the main theme is rejuvenated in a passage marked Meno mosso moderato, and the signs of struggle fade in the two Allegro subsections that follow. The coda features the main theme in its original version, but now expanded and clearly triumphant. The mood turns reflective and mysterious, and suddenly the second subject appears, supported by the main theme. The work ends powerfully and magnificently.

    The Grosse Fuge is dedicated: Dem Cardinal Erzherzog Rudolph gewidmet.

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    J. S. Bach - Harpsichord Concertos

    3:16:00

    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750).
    Harpsichord Concertos.
    ¡Hermosos Concertos de Bach!
    Concerto for harpsichord in A major BWV 1055
    1. Allegro
    2. Larghetto
    3. Allegro ma non tanto

    Concerto for harpsichord in F minor BWV 1056
    4. Allegro
    5. Largo
    6. Presto

    Concerto for harpsichord in D major BWV 1054
    7. Allegro
    8. Adagio e sempre piano
    9. Allegro

    Concerto for harpsichord in E major BWV 1053
    10. Allegro
    11. Siciliano
    12. Allegro

    Concerto for harpsichord and two recorders in F major BWV 1057
    13. Allegro
    14. Andante
    15. Allegro assai

    Concerto for harpsichord in D minor BWV 1052
    16. Allegro
    17. Adagio
    18. Allegro

    Concerto for three harpsichords in D minor BWV 1063
    19. Allegro
    20. Alla Siciliana
    21. Allegro

    Concerto for two harpsichords in C major BWV 1061
    22. Allegro
    23. Adagio ovvero Largo (Quartetto tacet)
    24. Fuga Vivace

    Concerto for three harpsichords in C major BWV 1064
    25. Allegro
    26. Adagio
    27. Allegro

    Concerto for two harpsichords in C minor BWV 1060
    28. Allegro
    29. Largo ovvero Adagio
    30. Allegro

    Concerto for four harpsichords in A minor BWV 1065
    31. Allegro
    32. Largo
    33. Allegro

    Concerto for harpsichord in D minor BWV 1059
    34. Allegro
    35. Adagio
    36. Presto

    Concerto for harpsichord in G minor BWV 1058
    37. Allegro
    38. Andante
    39. Allegro assai

    Gustav Leonhardt, harpsichord
    Leonhardt Consort
    Gustav Leonhardt

    Herbert Tachezi, harpsichord (BWV 1052)
    Concentus musicus Wien
    Nikolaus Harnoncourt (BWV 1052)

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 5

    3:06

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 5 · Keller Quartett

    J.S Bach - Die Kunst Der Fuge

    ℗ 1998 ECM Records GmbH, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1998-06-02

    Producer: Manfred Eicher
    Associated Performer, Violin: Andras Keller
    Associated Performer, Violin: Janos Pilz
    Associated Performer, Viola: Zoltan Gal
    Associated Performer, Cello: Ottó Kertész
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    Bach Contrapunctus 1 from The Art of Fugue, BWV1080

    2:39

    Australian Chamber Orchestra
    Richard Tognetti (director and violin)
    Available on the ABC Classics album Bach | Beethoven: Fugue. Order, stream or download here:

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    J.S.Bach, Kunst der Fuge, Contrapunctus IV - Ensemble Tamuz

    5:28

    Ensemble Tamuz :
    Hed Yaron-Meyerson, Violin
    Avishai Chameides, Viola
    Katharina Litschig, Cello
    Constance Ricard, Cello

    The Ensemble Tamuz, founded in 2015 in Berlin, plays Bach's Art of Fugue in a string quartet formation with two cellos playing the tenor and basse. Katharina Litschig plays the tenor on either a 5-string instrument or (as on this video) on a cello that is tuned one fifth higher than usual (as was common practice in the 18th century).

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    Haydn: Piano Chamber Music

    1:55:07

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    Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn
    Artists: Haydn-Trio Eisenstadt and Cornelia Löscher (violine), Martin Bramböck (horn), Dominik Taschler (horn)

    About this Album:
    Haydn’s compositions for piano trio and his pioneering work in the genre of the string quartet are well known. However, he also left a considerable body of work for chamber ensembles that do not fit comfortably within the sonata, trio or quartet category. This release explores some of these early and fascinating hybrids.

    One thing all the works have in common is that the piano is the centre of attention. Written for Count Morzin the Divertimento Hob.XIV:1 adds two horns to the traditional piano trio. They have some virtuosic passages, similar in fact to the contemporaneous Symphonies Nos. 31 and 72. Presumably these parts were written with particular horn players in mind. and Count Morzin’s orchestra possessed some of the greatest horn virtuosi of the time.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Concertino in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:12: Allegro
    00:04:15 Concertino in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:12: Adagio
    00:10:53 Concertino in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:12: Finale-Allegro
    00:13:51 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:7: Allegro moderato
    00:17:24 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:7: Menuet
    00:20:47 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:7: Finale-Presto
    00:22:16 Concertino in F-Dur, Hob. XVIII:F2: Moderato
    00:25:46 Concertino in F-Dur, Hob. XVIII:F2: Adagio
    00:31:42 Concertino in F-Dur, Hob. XVIII:F2: Allegro assai
    00:33:37 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:3: Allegro moderato
    00:36:33 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:3: Menuet
    00:39:35 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:3: Finale-Allegro molto
    00:40:20 Quintett in Es-Dur, Hob. XIV:1: Moderato
    00:44:51 Quintett in Es-Dur, Hob. XIV:1: Menuet
    00:48:39 Quintett in Es-Dur, Hob. XIV:1: Finale-Allegro
    00:51:38 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:C2:
    00:53:25 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:C2:
    00:55:08 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:4: Allegro
    00:59:07 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:4: Menuet
    01:02:54 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:4: Finale (Allegro)
    01:06:20 Concertino in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:11: Moderato
    01:10:00 Concertino in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:11: Adagio
    01:14:52 Concertino in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:11: Allegro
    01:16:47 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:8: Allegro moderato
    01:21:14 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:8: Menuet
    01:24:36 Divertimento in C-Dur, Hob. XIV:8: Finale-Scherzo
    01:26:06 Concertino in G-Dur, Hob. XIV:13: Allegro moderato
    01:29:37 Concertino in G-Dur, Hob. XIV:13: Adagio
    01:34:18 Concertino in G-Dur, Hob. XIV:13: Finale-Presto
    01:36:22 Divertimento in F-Dur, Hob. XIV:9: Allegro
    01:37:40 Divertimento in F-Dur, Hob. XIV:9: Menuet
    01:40:20 Divertimento in F-Dur, Hob. XIV:9: Finale-Allegro molto
    01:42:26 Sonata für Klavier und Violine in G-Dur, Hob. XV:32: Andante
    01:48:23 Sonata für Klavier und Violine in G-Dur, Hob. XV:32: Allegro

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    Feona Lee Jones – String Quartet No. 2 Adrenaline – Del Sol String Quartet

    14:34

    Del Sol String Quartet performs Feona Lee Jones' String Quartet No. 2 Adrenaline April 13, 2019, Santa Cruz. Adrenaline is a 4-movement string quartet piece titled for the dissonant driving chromatic motives that clash and glissando towards a mass of aggressive, rhythmic, and cluster-heavy patterns that unfold into an adrenaline-driven force that continues until the end.

    Movement 1: 00:06
    Movement 2: 03:51
    Movement 3: 09:07
    Movement 4: 12:32

    Performed by: Del Sol String Quartet

    Banjamin Kreith (Violin 1)
    Sam Weiser (Violin 2)
    Charlton Lee (Viola)
    Katheryn Bates (Cello)

    As a composer some of my inspirations include: Maya Deren, Ligeti, Penderecki, Bartok, Schnittke, Prokofiev, J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Chen Yi, Tan Dun, Elliot Carter, George Crumb, Jaap Blonk, Meredith Monk, Bernard Herrmann, Cecil Tayler, Keith Jarrett, Terry Riley, Tarkovsky, Kenn Russell, Stravinsky, Debussy, Chopin, Bauhaus, Love & Rockets, Swans, Slayer, Metallica, Bjork, Frank Zappa, and John Zorn.

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    Feona Lee Jones currently lives in Santa Cruz, where she works as a freelance composer, pianist, and educator. As a composer and pianist, she continues to explore her own musical language, influenced by classical, jazz, North Indian classical, avant-garde film, experimental theatre, and electronics. Her music has been performed in the United States, Iceland, and Finland. She has been commissioned by prestigious ensembles, organizations, and artists such as the Del Sol String Quartet, Composers Inc., Awesome Orchestra, The Humane League, Opera on the Spot, Luger Hofmann-Engl, and Invoke String Quartet. Never satisfied with a single medium, she has worked in concert music, film music, interactive games, and most recently, opera.

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    As a composer, I strive to cross the cultural sound barrier, to erase existing boundaries between modern and ancient, East and West, masculine and feminine, physical and spiritual. Challenging norms and experimenting with possibilities in the sonic realm is at the core of my work as an artist. I hope to bridge disciplines working with and across disciplines. I avoid stereotypical ways of working with these media and have found my voice as a composer unifying them. Like most art forms, I believe the function of music is to create an experience, so that each work evokes a new conclusion, and is dynamic and evolving in nature.

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    Emerson String Quartet - BACH & friends - Michael Lawrence Films

    4:20

    - BACH & friends - A New two-hour Documentary with Joshua Bell, Bobby McFerrin, Béla Fleck, Philip Glass, Chris Thile, Hilary Hahn, Edgar Meyer, Simone Dinnerstein, Emerson String Quartet, Manuel Barrueco, Swingle Singers, Glenn Gould

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    CLASSICAL MUSIC| BEST OF BACH: String Quartets, Die Kunst Der Fuge BWV 1080 Contrapunctus 6 - HD

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    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 6 a 4 in Stylo Francese

    3:07

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    J.S. Bach: The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 - Contrapunctus 6 a 4 in Stylo Francese · Keller Quartett

    J.S Bach - Die Kunst Der Fuge

    ℗ 1998 ECM Records GmbH, under exclusive license to Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1998-06-02

    Producer: Manfred Eicher
    Associated Performer, Violin: Andras Keller
    Associated Performer, Violin: Janos Pilz
    Associated Performer, Viola: Zoltan Gal
    Associated Performer, Cello: Ottó Kertész
    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach

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    Double Violin Concerto in D minor - J.S. Bach. The RossoBianco String Quartet.

    17:43

    Ania Pitas, Miranda Hervey - solo violins, Annie Fullard and Allison Kao - violins, Haruno Sato - viola, Clara Kao - cello.
    Senior Project Recital recorded at Shaker Heights High School on June 4th, 2013.
    Mentor - Annie Fullard.

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    String Quartet - Fugue in Eb Major No 7 - J.S. Bach

    3:21

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    This is my arrangement for a String Quartet of J.S. Bach's Fugue in Eb Major No.7 originally written for the piano.

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    j.s.bach- fugue NU.II in c minorstring quartet

    1:39

    j.s.bach- fugue NU.2 in c minor preformed by a string quartet.
    orchestration by Gilad Bardo.

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    The Best of Mozart

    1:56:02

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    The album contains the best classical music composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

    1. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro (00:00)
    2. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: II. Romanze - Andante (07:45)
    3. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: III. Menuetto - Allegretto (12:50)
    4. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: IV. Rondo - Allegro (14:50)
    5. Symphony No 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner Symphony): I. Allegro con spirito (20:08)
    6. Symphony No 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner Symphony): IV. Presto (25:54)
    7. Symphony No 40 in G minor, KV. 550: I. Molto Allegro (29:53)
    8. The Magic Flute: Overture (37:29)
    9. The Marriage of Figaro: Overture (44:41)
    10. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: I. Allegro moderato (49:12)
    11. String Quartet No. 23 in F major, K. 590: IV. Allegro (58:13)
    12. String Quartet No. 20 in D major, K. 499: II. Menuetto and Trio. Allegretto (1:03:17)
    13. Violin Sonata No. 26 in B-flat major, K. 378: III. Rondo. Allegro (1:06:38)
    14. Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467: II. Andante (1:10:46)
    15. Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488: I. Allegro (1:16:25)
    16. Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K. 331: III. Alla Turca (1:27:15)
    17. Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622: II. Adagio (1:29:35)
    18. Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major, K. 216: I. Allegro (1:36:36)
    19. Flute Concerto No. 2 in D major, K. 314: II. Adagio non troppo (1:46:08)
    20. Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, K. 447: II. Romance. Larghetto (1:51:36)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791) was a prolific and influential composer of the classical era.
    Born in Salzburg, Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty. Mozart was engaged as a musician at the Salzburg court, but grew restless and traveled in search of a better position. While visiting Vienna in 1781, he was dismissed from his Salzburg position. He chose to stay in the capital, where he achieved fame but little financial security. During his final years in Vienna, he composed many of his best-known symphonies, concertos, and operas, and portions of the Requiem, which was largely unfinished at the time of his early death at the age of 35. The circumstances of his early death have been much mythologized.

    He composed more than 600 works, many acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He is among the most enduringly popular of classical composers, and his influence is profound on subsequent Western art music. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his own early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote: posterity will not see such a talent again in 100 years.

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    Czech String Quartets

    5:13:26

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    Composers: Antonín Dvorák, Bedrich Smetana, Bohuslav Martinu, Leoš Janácek
    Artists: Stamitz Quartet, Bohuslav Matoušek (first violin), Josef Kekula (second violin), Jan Peruška (viola), Vladimír Leixner (cello)

    About this Album:
    Those by Dvořák chart the evolution of his style, from his interest in Wagnerian music in the years prior to 1870 – String Quartet in D major – to the folk-infused works of his later life, such as the String Quartet in G major Op.106, and show the influence of his time in the United States, with the String Quartet in F Op.96 ‘American’. The quartets of Smetana have a distinctive neo-classical flavour while those of Janáček show strong links to his operatic works. Prolific composer Bohuslav Martinů composed six quartets, of which two were mislaid during the war. One of these, his fifth string quartet, is widely considered to be one of the most pivotal works in the composer’s oeuvre, written in 1938, a year of much upheaval in Martinů’s life. Many of the quartets in the collection hold an emotional dimension, all of which are exquisitely brought to life by the Stamitz Quartet.

    Established in 1985, the Stamitz Quartet quickly became known as leading interpreters of Czech repertory. Winners of the 1986 National Broadcasting Union Competition in Salzburg, the Quartet’s rise to fame was meteoric; they have since participated in tours throughout Europe and America and undertaken a variety of recording projects, of which this collection is one.

    Tracklist:
    The tracklist can be found in the comments!

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    Bach BWV 988 Goldberg Variations Borromeo Quartet 2017

    40:16

    The Borromeo String Quartet in 2017 gave the first performances of Nicholas Kitchen's arrangement of the Bach Goldberg Variations BWV 988 for String Quartet. Nicholas created this video by combining footage of the first four performances: April 21, 2017 for Music for a Great Space in Greensboro, NC; April 23, 2017 for the St. Stephen's Concert Series in Durham, NC; April 30, 2017 for Music For Food at the New England Conservatory of Music and May 5, 2017 for the Classical Convergence Series at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.

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    Johann Sebastian Bach - The Musical Offering Musikalisches Opfer

    49:17

    - Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (31 March 1685 -- 28 July 1750)
    - Performers: Robert Kohnen (harpsichord), Barthold Kuijken (flute), Sigiswald Kuijken (violin), Wieland Kuijken (viola da gamba)
    - Year of recording: 1994

    The Musical Offering {Musikalisches Opfer}, for keyboard and chamber instruments, BWV 1079, written in 1747.

    00:00 - 01. Ricercare à 3
    06:38 - 02. Canon perpetuus super thema regimum
    07:45 - 03. Canons diversi. Canon à 2 Canon Cancrizans (Crab Canon)
    09:01 - 04. Canons diversi. Canon à 2 Violini in unisono
    09:51 - 05. Canons diversi. Canon à 2 Canon per motum contrarium
    10:53 - 06. Canons diversi. Canon à 2 Canon per augmentationem, contrario motu
    12:39 - 07. Canons diversi. Canon à 2 Canon circularis per tonos
    15:46 - 08. Fuga Canonica in Epidiapente
    18:19 - 09. Ricercare à 6
    25:09 - 10. Canon à 2 Quaerando invenietis
    26:33 - 11. Canon à 4
    28:47 - 12. Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale: Largo
    34:59 - 13. Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale: Allegro
    40:26 - 14. Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale: Andante
    43:47 - 15. Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale: Allegro
    46:38 - 16. Canon Perpetuo [per justi intervali]

    Bach's The Musical Offering consists of 16 movements and is about 50 minutes in duration, resulting from a challenge to develop a theme played for the composer by Frederick the Great. The meeting took place on 7 May 1747, and Bach's son, Carl Philipp Emmanuel, who often accompanied Frederick in performances of chamber music, arranged for the two men to meet. By then, J.S. Bach, the old Bach of Leipzig, was considered as a writer of old-fashioned music, but his improvising skills were still legendary. Frederick, the King of Prussia, did not approve of overly complicated music, clearly preferring the fashionable galant style to the complicated fugues of high Baroque music. In an apparent attempt to confound the old master, the monarch offered an awkward chromatic subject for the elderly composer to improvise upon, and was amazed by Bach's handling of this Royal Theme. Afterward, the improviser insisted that he still had not done the theme justice, and that he would endeavor to do so. Later that year, The Musical Offering appeared in print, dedicated to Frederick the Great, and published at the composer's own expense. It demonstrates the full arsenal of the Baroque composer of fugues and does it with more fluency than any other composer of the time would have been able to provide. Of course, it takes into account the monarch's passion for flute playing and offers a prominent part for the instrument.

    Unfortunately, this gesture of respect and reverence more or less backfired. The flute part is fiendishly difficult, and there is no allowance for the monarch's clear preference for galant music; it is as Baroque as anything else Bach wrote, except where he takes galant ideas and makes them more Baroque. For example, instead of performing a simple sigh gesture in the flute sonata movement, a descending interval that sounds like a sigh, Bach sequences it in different pitches until it is as difficult and Baroque as anything as he had written before. Galant music is meant to be simple, a return to melody over harmony, and is the first step toward the Classical music of Haydn and Mozart. Furthering the conflict between Bach's offering and Frederick's goodwill was the theological inferences imbedded in the music. Much of it is in a holy code that was clearly derivative of church music and Frederick, a man of the enlightenment, had little use for anything liturgical. In the centuries that divide the composer's world-view and the current millennium, the many Lutheran inferences of the music have lost the impact they once had.

    The Musical Offering can be compared to The Art of Fugue for its thorough handling of the theme. The quality of the music is diverse, heavenly, and inexhaustible. It stands as one of the finest pieces of chamber music from the Baroque era, and is a favorite among musicians who enjoy a challenge.

    Painting: The Flute Concert of Sanssouci by Menzel, 1852, depicts Frederick the Great playing the flute in his music room at Sanssouci.

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    This is an excerpt from the Chamber Strings portion of Olathe North High School's winter concert on December 6, 2012.

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    Violins - Natalia Prishepenko and Heime Müller
    Viola - Volker Jacobsen
    Cello - Eckart Runge

    Recorded live at the Theatre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris, France on April 8th 2001.

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    Alexander String Quartet
    Zakarias Grafilo, Frederick Lifsitz, violins
    Paul Yarbrough, viola
    Sandy Wilson, cello

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