The gatefold sleeve contains notes in German, English and French. & Ⓒ 1981 TELDEC Telefunken-Decca Schallplatten GmbH.
Bassoon – Milan Turković. Cello – Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Wouter Möller (tracks: B1 to B4). Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Conductor, Sleeve Notes – Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Harpsichord – Herbert Tachezi. Horn, Soloist – Hermann Baumann (tracks: B1 to B4), Marcus Schleich (tracks: B1 to B4). Oboe – David Reichenberg (tracks: B1 to B4), Jürg Schaeftlein, Marie Wolf (tracks: B1 to B4). Orchestra – Concentus Musicus Wien. Bach, Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Bach, Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt - Brandenburgische Konzerte N. ∙2∙4 (CD, Album).
List of tracks in the album Bach: Brandenburgische Konzerte Nos. 1, 2 & 4 by Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Bach: Brandenburgische Konzerte Nos. 1, 2 & 4 discography. Studio album by Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
Bach's reference to his scoring the concertos for "several instruments" (Concerts avec plusieurs instruments) is an understatement. This explanation is given by Nikolaus Harnoncourt in his interview about the sixth concerto, which features in the 2009 Deutsche Grammophon DVD Johann Sebastian Bach: Brandenburg Concertos. Malcolm Boyd, Bach: The Brandenburg Concertos (Cambridge UP, 1993), ISBN 0-521-38713-2.
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Brandenburgische Konzerte 1, 2, 4 from Harnoncourt () (CD). Brandenburgische Konzerte 1, 2, 4. Harnoncourt. Artists H Harnoncourt Brandenburgische Konzerte 1, 2, 4. 1. Releases.
Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, named after their dedicatee the Margrave Christian Ludwig von Brandenburg, have been part of Nikolaus Harnoncourt's permanent repertoire ever since he founded his Concentus musicus ensemble. Interesting musical examples, which Harnoncourt inserts in a humorous and relaxed manner, make this introduction an informative and entertaining guide to this masterpiece of music. The production was filmed in the historical Baroque monastery library in Wiblingen, Germany. Bach made a gift of the manuscript of these concertos to the Margrave of Brandenburg, and in this manuscript this concerto is the last and that is why it is called the Sixth Brandenburg Concerto. But it could also have been the first of these concertos, which Bach had all written in Cöthen