Johann Sebastian Bach
French Suite No.5 G-dur
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February 10-21, 1952, Vienna.
Recorded at Studio 106, Maison de Radio-France, Paris (France), August 1998.
Taken from a very rare LP recorded by VOX (USA) in 1953. NEVER RE-ISSUED ON CD.
Recorded 2012, St. Paul`s Hall, Huddersfield University
January 2-6, 1962, Hamburg.
I part: Prelude (BWV 902a). Recorded: May 16-18, 2011.
BWV 816. Mario Videla - Harpsichord. Label: Hänssler-Verlag. Date of recording: 1999.
1. Prelude (BWV 902a); 2. Allemande; 3. Courante; 4. Sarabande; 5. Gavotte; 6. Bourree; 7. Loure; 8. Gigue. January 1995, USA.
Recording: Slovak Philharmony, Bratislava, April 1984.
Live recording, Leningrad, 6.XII.1959.
Thurston Dart - ñlavichord. 1961.
Recorded: November 22, 2007, Berlin (live).
Recorded Stude Concert Hall, Houston, Texas, USA, August 1997.
Recorded at the Concert Hall, Snape, Suffolk, England, May 1993.
Recorded at Pomona College, Claremont, California, USA, 1984.
Recorded at Château de Creulllet, Creully, Normandy, France, May 1990.
Date recorded: 2-3 Juni 1999. Recording location: American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City.
Recorded: March 2001, UK.
Forde Estate, Boston, USA, 1992.
2016 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin
2004, Musee d`Art et d`Historie de Neuchatel, Switzerland
Recorded: July 2007, Boston.
Recorded at Clara Wieck Auditorium, Heidelberg, Germany, November 1991.
Recorded at the Library of Congress, April 15, 1950.
Recorded: March 29-30, 1960, Berlin.
Christopher Hogwood - harpsichord. Rec. Paris, 1984.
Recorded in France, 1998.
January 1991, Neumarkt, Germany.
Recorded at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston (USA), August-September 2013.
July 1975, Ansbach, Germany.