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C.P.E. Bach

25/02/2014
300th Anniversary
C.P.E. Bach (1714–1788), perhaps the most well known of Johann Sebastian’s children, is still a much misunderstood and under-rated composer. Heralding the beginnings of classical style, his well balanced and expressive compositions were influential on Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven, as well as later composers like Mendelssohn and Weber. His symphonies, especially the later set of four composed between 1775 and 1776, are some of his most forward looking works and a wonderful addition to any concert for strings or small orchestra.

Six Symphonies for Baron van Swieten Wq. 182 (1773)
for continuo and strings
Cemb–Str
No. 1 in G major 16 minutes
No. 2 in B flat major 13 minutes
No. 3 in C major 13 minutes
No. 4 in A major 13 minutes
No. 5 in B minor 16 minutes
No. 6 in E major 13 minutes

Four Symphonies Wq. 183 (1775–1776)
for orchestra
2.2.0.1–2.0.0.0–Cemb–Str
No. 1 in D major 12 minutes
No. 2 in E flat major 17 minutes
No. 3 in F major 11 minutes
No. 4 in G major 12 minutes

Concerto in A minor Wq. 26 (1750) 26 minutes
for solo keyboard and strings
Solo Kbd–Str

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