Video: J.S. Bach, Brandenburg Concerto #2, 3rd Movement

23

August
2010

The following video is (1) why I think live performance beats a studio recording on any given day, and (2) why I feel that the English Baroque Soloists is one of a just a few period ensembles at the very top and deservedly so. The ensemble’s live performances have few peers and are often breathtaking.

Brandenburg Concerto #2 in F major, BWV 1047, 3rd movement:

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