Concerto for Two Violins, Strings & Basso Continuo in d-moll, BWV 1043 (Bach)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)


Concerto for Two Violins, Strings & Basso Continuo in d-moll, BWV 1043

    Sheet Music
1. Vivace
2. Largo, ma non tanto
3. Allegro

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Margaret Batjer - violin II. Recorded in July 1985, London.
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Christian Altenburger, Ernst Mayer-Schierning - violins. German Bach Soloists, conductor Helmut Winschermann.
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With Adila Fachiri (sister). Orchestra conducted by Stanley Chapple. Recorded 1926.
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Yuri Bashmet playing with and conducting an ensemble of Moscow soloists, Leonid Sorokov
1987
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Huw Daniel - violin II. Recorded: 1720 November 2014, Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh, UK.
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Lisa Steward - violin. 1998.
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Recorded: May 23-24, 2013, Padua. Tr. by Daniele Boccaccio.
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1960.
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Frances Magnes and Adolf Busch (violins). Busch Chamber Players. Recorded April 26, 1945.
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2013.
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Recorded: May 31, 1960, Vienna (live).
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Saskia Lethiec - violin. Brixi Chamber Orchestra Praha. Christop Meister - conductor. Recorded: September 5-8, 1994.
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L`Orchestre des Concerts Disenhaus. 1956.
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Kati Debretzeni, Violine / Maya Homburger, Violine / The English Baroque Soloists / John Eliot Gardiner / Aldeburgh Festival, 14.06.2013.
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Michel Schwalbe - violin II. 1966, Berlin.
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Alexander Sitkovetsky (violin).
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Josef Szigeti - violin II. 1937.
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Regis Pasquier - violin. 1971.
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Dorina Frati - mandolin & conductor. Orchestra Mauro e Claudio Terroni. Recorded: May & June 2015, Brescia.
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Thomas Magyar - violin II. Recorded: May 1975.
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Ulrich Grehling, Georg Friedrich Hendel - violins, Saar Chamber Orchestra, conductor Karl Ristenpart. Rec. 1955.
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Hilary Hahn violin I. Margaret Batjer violin II. Rec. 10/2002, Los Angeles.
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Walter Pfeifer - violin II. 1966-67.
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Heifetz plays both solo parts. October 14,19, 1946, Hollywood.
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May 19-20, 1961, London.
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Double Violin Concerto in D minor BWV1043. Daniel Hope & Chamber Orchestra Of Europe.
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Monica Huggett, Alison Bury - violins. Recorded: 1996.
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Wolfgang Rösch - violin.
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Concert on 75th Anniversary of Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow, 12.10.2015
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Irish Chamber Orchestra. Fionnuala Hunt violin.
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Recorded 1956
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15.4.1990 ., Moscow.
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Walter B. Rogers - conductor. String group: Howard Rattay - violin, J. Fruncillo - viola, P. Bianculli - cello, Rosario Bourdon - cello. Recorded: January 4, 1915, Camden, New Jersey.
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violins - Sigiswald Kuijken, Lucy van Dael. La Petite Bande
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Linda Melsted - violin II. Recording: Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto, Canada, February 22-25, 1995.
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John Tunnell - violin. 1985-86.
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Recorded in 1958.
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Recorded at Blackheath Concert Hall, London (England), October 1996.
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1935.
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Recorded: June 4, 1932, Paris.
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Recorded: July 8, 1959, London.
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Recorded: April 27, 1984, Warsaw (live).
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Concert of the Century at Carnegy Hall May 18 1976.
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International Menuhin Music Academy, Gstaad, WITH Camerata Lysy. Recorded: September 1, 1992 at the Zweisimmen Church, Obersimmental, Switzerland.
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String Orchestra & Basso continuo (cembalo). NATAN MILSTEIN - violin & conducting. Recorded - 26-28 March 1964, New York.
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Scottish Ensemble, Jonathan Morton - violin/director. Clio Gould - violin. Dundee, Caird Hall, 26 October 2009.
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Recorded: April 2012, Freiburg.
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1983.
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Recorded: May 28 - June 2, 1989, Bratislava.
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Recorded: November 1945, Moscow.
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1962.
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Renato Zanettovich - violin II. Recorded: April 30, 1963, Napoli.
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July 16, 1971, London.
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Violin: Rachel Podger, Bojan Čičić. Brecon Baroque, Rachel Podger - violin & conductor. Label: Channel Classics.
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Christoph Poppen & Isabelle Faust (violins) / Bach-Collegium Stuttgart / con. Helmuth Rilling / 1999
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violin II - Tijana Milošević // ensemble `Double Sens`, 2016, Paris
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Recorded: June 16-19, 1997, Oranienburg.
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1928.
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12 December 1956, Kunsthaus, Lucerne, Switzerland. Deutsche Grammophon. 2003.
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CHRISTOPHER HIRONS (violin), THE ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC, CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (conductor). Recorded in 1982.
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MOSCOW VIRTUOSI with Arkady Futer (violin). Recorded in 1987.
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Simon Standage & Elizabeth Wilcock (violins) / The English Concert, conductor Trevor Pinnock
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Micaela Comberti - violin. Recorded: May 23-25, 1995, London.
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BWV 1043. Isaac Stern, Alexander Schneider - violins. Orchestre du Festival de Prades, conductor Pablo Casals.
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ISAAC STERN: 60th Anniversary Celebration. Recorded live at Avery Fisher Hall, NY, September 24, 1980.
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Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Akiko Suwanai - violin & conductor. Volkhard Steude - violin. Label: Philips. Release Date: 2006.
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Maurice Hasson - violin II. Recorded: June 23-25, 1976, London.
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Collegium Musicum Winterthur. Violin II - Peter Rybar. Recorded: May 1965.
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Recorded: May 26, 1972, Smetana Hall, Prague (live).
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Darius Polack, Kamil Drzyzgula - violins. Lodz Chamber Orchestra. Conductor - Zdzislaw Szostak.
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Anahit Tsitsikian - 1 violin. Armenian Radio TV Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in 1966, Erevan.
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State chamber Orchestra. Rec. 05.01.1987.
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1st violin - Petr Nikiforov // transcription by A.Utkin // recorded in 2003 at the 5th studio of the State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company, Moscow
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Cond. - Lev Shinder. 1964.
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CAFÉ ZIMMERMANN. Recorded in 2003.
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1953, London.
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BWV 1043. Frank Peter Zimmermann - violin. New York Philharmonic, conductor Alan Gilbert.
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Jose-Luis Garcia - violin. 1990.
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