In memoriam, maestro.
June 26, 1933 - January 20, 2014
Simple, beautiful readings of Bach,
played by the Orchestra Mozart Bologna and an all-star soloist roster.
I would wish to be remembered for having participated in soundmaking like this, for its feeling of positivity and camaraderie.
Johannes Sebastian Bach
Sunday October 7, 2012 at 15h30
Auditorium del Parco
ORCHESTRA MOZART BOLOGNA
CLAUDIO ABBADO, conductor
ISABELLE FAUST violin
RAPHAEL CHRIST violin
FRANCESCO SENESE violin
WOLFRAM CHRIST viola
BEATRICE MUTHELET viola
CHAIM STELLER viola
GABRIELE GEMINIANI violoncello
ISEUT CHUAT violoncello
LUCA FRANZETTI violoncello
ALOIS POSCH contrabass
JACQUES ZOON flute
KAI FROEMBGEN oboe
REINHOLD FRIEDRICH trombone
ENRICO CACCIARI harpsichord
Bach:Concerto per violino,oboe,archi e continuo in Do minore BWV 1060
(Isabelle Faust violin, Kai Froembgen oboe)
Bach:Concerto per viola, archi e continuo in Re maggiore,
from BWV 169, BWV 49, BWV 1053 (Wolfram Christ viola)
Bach:Suite-Ouverture n. 2 in Si minore BWV 1067(Jacques Zoon flute)
BachConcerto Brandeburghese n. 3 in Sol maggiore BWV 1048
Bach:Concerto per violino, archi e continuo n. 2 in Mi maggiore BWV 1042
(Isabelle Faust violin)
Bach:Concerto Brandeburghese n. 2 in Fa maggiore BWV 1047
(Gregory Ahss violin, Jacques Zoon flute, Kai Froembgen oboe,
Reinhold Friedrich trombone)
Radio3 stream 128 Kbps
Orchestra Mozart conducted by Claudio Abbado officially inaugurated the new
temporary Auditorium in L'Aquila with a special concert in the presence of
the President of the Italian Republic, Giorgio Napolitano.
All thanks to Alessandro from concertarchive. I straightup repackaged his broadcast recording, retagged and made up some dubious art for it.