Violin Concerto No.2 in E-dur (ca. 1718-20?), BWV 1042 (Bach)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)


Violin Concerto No.2 in E-dur (ca. 1718-20?), BWV 1042

    Sheet Music
1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Allegro assai

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Recorded in July 1985, London.
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Christian Altenburger - violin. German Bach Soloists, conductor Helmut Winschermann.
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Recorded: May 1958, Switzerland.
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Radoslaw Szulc - conductor. Recorded: January 2014, Munich.
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Recorded: April 28-29, 2014, London.
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Recorded: 1720 November 2014, Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh, UK.
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GLI INCOGNITI: Amandine Beyer - violin & direction. Recorded: January 15-19, 2007, Paris.
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Recorded: December 1998, Cologne.
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Recorded: May 23-24, 2013, Padua. Tr. by Daniele Boccaccio.
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Bamberg Symphonic Orchestra, Hanspeter Gmür (conductor).
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Busch Chamber Players. Recorded October 3, 1941, New York, Liederkranz Hall.
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Renaud Capuçon - violin & conductor. Recorded: December 5-7, 2013, Aix en Provence, France.
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Giuliano Carmignola - violin. Radio Kamer Filharmonie. Cond. Frans Brüggen. Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, 18.12.2010.
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Recorded: July 2013, Cologne.
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Brixi Chamber Orchestra Praha. Christop Meister - conductor. Recorded: September 5-8, 1994.
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Recorded at St. Jude,s Church, Hampstead. 7-11 December 2018.
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Recorded: May 1-4, 2012, Haarlem.
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Recorded in 1966, Berlin.
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Recorded: June 2-4, 2008, London.
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1971.
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recorded 2021.12.03 at a concert in Frankfurt, hr-Sendesaal
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Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, Szymon Goldberg (conductor). Date and place unknown.
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Recorded: May 1975.
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Ernest Lush - harpsichord. Recorded: May 30, 1948, London.
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Recorded: April 2012, Freiburg.
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Recorded: March 1986, USA.
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Ulrich Grehling - violin, Saar Chamber Orchestra, conductor Karl Ristenpart. Rec. 1955.
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Les Solistes Romands.
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Leon Guller - conductor. Guller Chamber Orchestra. Recorded: July 20, 1955, Brussels.
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1964
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Rec. 10/2002, Los Angeles.
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1966-67.
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December 9, 1953, Hollywood.
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album 2016.
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Recorded at St. Paul`s Church, Deptford, London (England), 31 October-2 November 2005.
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Recorded: 1996.
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Rob Diggins - violin. Portland Baroque Orchestra. Recorded: October 7-11, 2013, St. Anne`s Chapel, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, Oregon, USA.
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Recorded: October 12-14, 2005, London.
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2014, London, Henry Wood Hall
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Janine Jansen & Friends. Recorded: June 7-13, 2013, Berlin.
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Recorded: April 19-20, 2014, Hungary.
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Irish Chamber Orchestra.
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Recorded: November 25, 1955, London.
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1971.
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Recorded: February 1982, London.
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Recording - July 25, 1976, Salzburg Festival.
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La Petite Bande
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TAFELMUSIK. Recording: Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto, Canada, February 22-25, 1995.
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1985-86.
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Recorded in 1958.
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Ars Antiqua Austria. Recorded: November 1994, Bologna.
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Recorded: November 10, 1957, New York.
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Recorded: 21 April 1933, Studio Albert, Paris.
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Recorded 7-8 October 1958, Kingsway Hall, London.
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Paris 1965
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New Friends of Music Orchestra. Recorded: December 2, 1940, Carnegie Hall, New York (live).
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Recorded in 2011.
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String Orchestra & Basso continuo (cembalo). NATAN MILSTEIN - violin & conducting. Recorded - 5 & 6 April 1966, New York.
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Viktoria Mullova & The Mullova Ensemble.
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Recorded: December 1-5, 2012, Ravenna, Italy.
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Recorded: February 2007.
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1983.
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Recorded: May 28 - June 2, 1989, Bratislava.
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1952.
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1962
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Recorded in USSR, 1959.
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Recorded: March 1956, Leipzig.
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1956.
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Recorded: October 11, 1960, Stuttgart.
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Recorded: July 16, 1971, London.
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BRECON BAROQUE: BIJAN CICIC and JOHANNES PRAMSOHLER (violins), JANE ROGERS (viola), ALISON McGILLIVRAY (cello), JAN SPENCER (violone), CHRISTOPHER BUCKNALL (harpsichord). Recorded in May 2010, London.
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Recorded: May 1999, Leonberg, Germany.
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Recorded: September 6-9, 1999, Oranienburg.
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Amsterdam, 19 May 2015, live
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Recorded: December 8-10, 1956, Kunsthaus, Lucerne, Switzerland.
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Recorded in 1982.
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Recorded in England, 1987.
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MOSCOW VIRTUOSI. Recorded in 1987.
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Recorded: July 10-14, 1992, Colmar, France.
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Recorded: March 1983, London.
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Recorded: May 23-25, 1995, London.
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Taken from a LP released by UltraFI Records (Canada) in 1979. Recorded in Toronto (Ontario), Canada.
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Recorded: February 17, 1976, London.
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16 February 1966 - Leonard Bernstein (Harpsichord)
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1977 & 1978, Leipzig.
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Recorded: June 23-25, 1976, London.
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Recorded: September 18, 1961, Buharest.
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Collegium Musicum Winterthur. Cond. - Peter Rybar. Recorded: May 1965.
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Gabriel Bouillon - conductor. 1951.
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Recorded: April 13, 1960.
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Dir. - L. Gozman. Recording 1964
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Recorded in 2001, Paris.
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Rec. 1992, Amsterdam.
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E. Wallfish - violin/director.
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Slovak Chamber Orchestra, 1995
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Recorded: April 26-27, 1984, London.
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Chamber Orchestra of Copenhagen. Recorded: September 15-16, 1949, Copenhagen.
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Recorded: October 3-5, 2011, Liverpool Philharmonic.
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Thomas Zehetmair - violin & conductor. Recorded: March 1, 1994, Amsterdam.
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Frank Peter Zimmermann - conductor & violin. Berliner Barock Solisten. 2016-17.
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1990.
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