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An educational programme with early music. Concerts and their arrangements at the 18th-century court of Weimar, part 1.


In this broadcast, the focus is on the Weimarer Concertos. Original, particularly Italian, concerts were arranged for other instruments by Johann Sebastian Bach and Johann Gottfried Walther (see picture).
1. Johann Ernst, Prinz von Sachsen-Weimar (1696-1715)
– Concerto G-Dur für Violino principale, 2 Violini obbligati, 2 Violini ripieni, Viola, Violoncello und Basso continuo.
Weimarer Barok Ensemble
(DCTH 2371/22)
2. Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750, after Johann Ernst, Prinz von Sachsen-Weimar)
– Concerto G-Dur BWV 592
Sebastina Knebel, organ
(DCTH 2371/22)
3. Johann Sebastian Bach (after Johann Ernst, Prinz von Sachsen-Weimar)
– Concerto G-Dur BWV 592
Ludolf Heikens, St Hints-organ Midwolda
(WM 050610)
4. Johann Sebastian Bach (after Giuseppe Torelli)
– Concerto h-Mol BWV 979 for harpsichord
Ludger Rémy, harpsichord
(DCTH 2371/22)
5. Giuseppe Torelli (1658-1709)
– Concerto d-Moll für Violino principale, Streicher (mit 2 Violen) und Basso continuo
Weimarer Barok Ensemble
(DCTH 2371/22)
6. Johann Gottfried Walther (1684-1748)
– Concerto del Sign.’Tomaso Albinoni, appropriato a Organo F-Dur
Sebastian Knebel, organ
(DCTH 2371/22)
7. Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1750)
– Concerto IV G-Dur, op. II Nr. 8 für Violine, Violoncello, Streicher (mit 2 Violen) und Basso continuo
Weimarer Barok Ensemble
(DCTH 2371/22)

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