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First part of Sonata No. 3 for violin solo, BWV 1005
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BWV 968. I. Adagio, BWV 968. II. Fuga: Alla breve (reconstructed). III. Largo (reconstructed). IV. Allegro assai (reconstructed). II-IV reconstructed by Gustav Leonhardt after Sonata for violin, BWV 1005. Gustav Leonhardt - harpsichord. Date of recording: 1969. Label: Warner Classics & Jazz. `Gustav Leonhardt Edition (21CD)`
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Recorded live in the Great Hall of the Philharmonic, St. Petersburg (Russia), July 5, 1995.
Added by: Gabisou , 18.05.2016 03:48
Sonata G-Dur BWV 968 nach Sonata C-Dur BWV 1005. Transkription Nos 2 – 4: Robert Hill. Robert Hill - Lute-harpsichord/Harpsichord/Clavichord. Label: Hänssler-Verlag. Date recorded: 3–5.10, 21.–26.11.1999, Kath. Pfarrkirche Oberried/Freiburg.
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Adagio in G Major, BWV 968. Christopher Hogwood - Clavichord. Label: Metronome. Original Release Date: January 1, 2003.
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Adagio in G-dur, BWV 968. Angela Hewitt - piano. Label: Hyperion. Recorded in Henry Wood Hall, London, in February 2004.
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