Ensemble de musique de chambre de l'OSR

Bernarda Fink, mezzo-soprano
Sarah Rumer - Jerica Pavli, flutes
Yao Jin, cello
Leonardo Garcia Alarcon, harpsichord

Two flutes and a family affair. Wilhelm Friedemann was as gifted as his father, but it was his unstable character that impaired his career. His Six Duos for Two Flutes are simply captivating; their crossing voices form a richly varied dialogue of moods. Carl Philipp was undoubtedly the most original of the Bach sons. His Trio Sonata, Wq. 162, stands out for its power of expression and its synthesis of Baroque style and emerging Classicism. Their father's Trio Sonata, BWV 1039, resonates with luminous spirituality, particularly in the sublime Adagio e piano, close to the atmosphere of his cantatas and Passions.

Wilhelm Friedmann Bach

Duo No. 4 in F for Two Flutes, F. 57

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Trio Sonata in E, Wq. 162 (H. 580), for two flutes and continuo

Johann Sebastian Bach

Trio Sonata in G, BWV 1039, for two flutes and continuo

Johann Sebastian Bach

Airs pour voix d'alto, flûtes et basse continue extraits des cantates BWV 79 et BWV 201 et du Magnificat BWV 243
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