Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G-dur (1718?), BWV 1048 (Bach)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)


Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G-dur (1718?), BWV 1048

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Instrumentation: 3 violins, 3 violas, 3 cellos, basso continuo

1. Allegro
2. Adagio
3. Allegro

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Orchestra Mozart, conductor - Claudio Abbado. Giuliano Carmignola - principal violin. Recorded live at Teatro Municipale Valli, Reggio Emilia, 21 April 2007.
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RED PRIEST: Piers Adams (recorders); Julia Bishop (violin); Angela East (cello, viola da gamba, bass violin); Howard Beach (harpsichord). Recorded at Champs Hill, Nr Petworth (England), August 2009.
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Concerto Italiano - con. Rinaldo Alessandrini / 2005, Palazzo Farnese in Roma
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(arr. piano, four-hands by Max Reger). Recorded in Concert Hall of the Performing Arts Center, Purchase College, State University of New York (USA), January 23-25, 2014.
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Il Giardino Armonico - con. Giovanni Antonini
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I musici / 1964
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Recording: St. John`s Square, London, UK, 1990.
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1985
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ORCHESTRA OF THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT. Recorded at St Anne`s Church, Wandsworth (England), 1988.
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Dunedin Consort / John Butt (direction & harpsichord) / 2012, Perth Concert Hall, Perth, UK
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Recorded in 1950.
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Wurtemberg Chamber Orchestra. Martin Galling (harpsichord). Recorded in Germany, 1966.
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Auditorium RSI, Lugano, Switzerland, 12.2004
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2021
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Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra (Wiener Philharmoniker) / Year 1950
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English Baroque Soloists, Kati Debretzeni - violin & concertmaster, conductor John Eliot Gardiner. Rec. 10-12 January 2009, Paris.
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Holy Trinity, Blythburgh, 13 June 2000.
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Musica Antiqua Köln / 1986, Köln, Deutschlandfunk, Sendesaal
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Enregistrement mai 2013, Freiburg. Harmonia mundi (Release 2014).
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Virtuosi Saxoniae. Dresden, Lukaskirche, 1991.
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Recorded in Austria, 1990s.
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THE ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSIC. Released in 1985.
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PHILHARMONIA VIRTUOSI. Recorded at American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York City (USA), December 1983.
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1979.
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Harpsichord - Karajan. 1967, Paris.
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Recorded: August 1964, St. Moritz, Switzerland.
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Recorded in 1958.
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Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G major BWV1048. Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, conductor Ton Koopman. Label: Erato.
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La Petite Bande
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1993, Toronto, Glenn Gould Studio
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SIGISWALD KUIJKEN (baroque violino piccolo, baroque violin & viola); LUCY VAN DAEL (baroque violin & viola); ANNER BYLSMA (baroque violoncello); WIELAND KUIJKEN (baroque violoncello, viola da gamba); ANTHONY WOODROW (violone); CLAUDE RIPPAS (baroque trumpet); FRANS BRÜGGEN (recorder, transverse flute); PAUL DOMBRECHT (baroque oboe); AB KOSTER (natural horn); BOB VAN ASPEREN (harpsichord and others). Recorded at Doopsgezinde Kerk, Haarlem (The Netherlands), July 1976.
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1979 - Vinyl transfer
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Recorded: January 1985, UK.
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Cello Denis Vigay, harpsichord John Birch. Recorded: May 1980, UK.
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First version. Recorded: February 1971, London.
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Recorded 4-13 July 1959, No.1 Studio, Abbey Road, London.
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Cologne Chamber Orchestra
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8/9 July 1957
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Boston Baroque, con. Martin Pearlman / 1994, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
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English Concert / directed from the harpsichord Trevor PINNOCK / 1982, London, Henry Wood Hall
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1995, The Warehouse, London
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Voices of Music / direction & harpsichord - Hanneke van Proosdij
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1968
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Chamber orchestra. 1958.
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AMSTERDAM GUITAR TRIO: Helenus de Rijke, Johan Dorrestein, Olga Franssen. Arranged for three guitars by the Amsterdam Guitar Trio. Recorded in Holland, February 1985.
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Helmuth Rilling, Oregon Bach Festival Chamber Orchestra, 1994
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Recorded: April 20-25, 1965, Germany.
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1957.
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1959.
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2008, the MUZA Kavasaki Symphony Hall, Japan
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Orchestra ``Classic Music Studio``, St. Petersburg, Alexander Titov (conductor). Recorded in Russia, 1993.
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Piano Duo Trenkner-Speidel (arranged by Max Reger). Rec. in 1995, Germany.
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CAFÉ ZIMMERMANN. Recorded in 2003.
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Released in 1993.
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Berlin Chamber Orchestra.
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Tabea Zimmermann, Ensemble Resonanz. 05.08.2015, Orangerie Ansbach
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