“The concerto in the modern sense – a work for instrumental soloist and larger ensemble – came into being in Italy around 1700. Johann Sebastian Bach might have first encountered such works in private concerts in which he participated at the small Saxon court of Weimar, where he served from 1708 to 1717. (…)”
© 1998 The Decca Record Company
2CDs Decca / LC0254
Released in 1998
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