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10615 Bach's Brandenburg Concertos   NEW!

The enduring popularity of Johann Sebastian Bach’s dazzling collection of six Brandenburg Concertos for multiple soloists with string orchestra, is regarded as one of the most popular orchestral compositions of the Baroque era. Named for the recipient of the original scores, the Margrave of Brandenburg, the concertos were written about the same time as Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons and reveal many traces of Bach’s extravagant admiration for Vivaldi’s music. However, the richness and complexity of the musical presentation very much reflect the Germanic character of Bach’s unique genius.

 

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Schedule: 2 sessions | Th 4/29/2021–5/6/2021 |  2:30 PM–4:00 PM | Online |
Course Leader(s): Daniel Freeman

Seats Available: -31

 

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