Bach, continued

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Re: Bach, continued

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Just heard this performance of the Triple Concerto in A minor on the radio---and found the recording on YouTube, praise be.

This is as good a rendering of this joyous gem as I have heard. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF6YE7lrODs

Image Papa Bach, with family and/or friends, gathered around the household harpsichord, batting this out and smiling wide all the while . . . Johann having given himself a starring role at the keyboard, in the outer movements at least !

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