Even if the period of great new finds of Bach’s works is over there are still many discoveries to be made in the manuscripts that have come down to us. Bach’s instrumental works often exist in different versions but the reworkings do not mean that the original compositions have lost their artistic merit. One of the most recent example is the Ouverture in A minor, a reconstruction based on the Ouverture in B minor (BWV 1067). Don’t miss the world premier recording by NeoBarock!
1 CD | 65:13 min
Johann Sebastian Bach | Ouverture in A minor | Badinerie
On the CD
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Sonata in G major
a reconstruction of an earlier version of BWV 1039
Johann Philipp Kirnberger (1721-1783)
Trio in D minor
formerly attributed to J. S. Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach | Anonymus des 18. JH.
Concerto in C major, BWV 525a
anonymous adaption of an early version of the Organ Sonata BWV 525
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (1727-1756)
Sonata in C major
formerly attributed to J. S. Bach under BWV 1037
Johann Sebastian Bach
Ouverture in A minor
a reconstruction of an earlier version of the Overture BWV 1067
16.09.2007 | Süddeutsche Zeitung (DE)
… the new CD by NeoBarock is absolutely worth listening to!
12.11.2007 | WDR 3 Hörzeichen (DE)
NeoBarock’s new CD gives us insight into Bach’s composition workshop. In doing so, it is backed up by the theories of prominent musicologists.