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BACH, Cecilia Bernardini, John Butt, Dunedin Consort

Violin Concertos

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Cecilia Bernardini - Bach: Violin Concertos Concerto for oboe & violin (or 2 violins), strings & continuo (reconstruction), BWV 1060R - 01. Allegro (4:50) 02. Adagio (4:47) 03. Allegro (3:31) Concerto for violin, strings & continuo No. 2 in E major, BWV 1042 - 04. Allegro (7:40) 05. Adagio (5:31) 06. Allegro assai (2:48) 07. Cantata No. 21, "Ich hatte viel Bekümmernis," BWV 21 (BC A99) - Sinfonia (2:46) Concerto for violin, strings & continuo No. 1 in A minor, BWV 1041 - 08. Allegro] (3:49) 09. Andante (6:05) 10. Allegro assai (3:40) Concerto for 2 violins, strings & continuo in D minor ("Double"), BWV 1043 - 11. Vivace (3:40) 12. Largo ma non tanto (6:18) 13. Allegro (4:33)
  • Cecilia Bernardini - violin
  • John Butt - conductor
  • Dunedin Consort - orchestra
  • BACH
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5 stars 'There are so many things to marvel at: her husky, shapely tone, her earthy way with rhythm, how she tugs playfully the top of phrases, her ability to dart in and out of ensemble textures and make the whole thing so joyously convivial.' The Guardian

5 stars 'This is a fabulous recording of some of my favourite music; I have yet to hear a recording by John Butt that is not utterly convincing; with his Dunedins, he has struck gold once again – this goes straight to the top of my pile for rainy days when I need cheering up!' Early Music Review

Album of the Week: '...this highly anticipated new recording is certain to please fans, and create new ones. Bernardini...deliver[s] stellar performances that draw out all the lyricism, wit and exuberance of Bach's writing.' Classic FM

 

Opening the program is the colourful and joyful concerto for violin and oboe (Alfredo Bernardini, oboe) with its supremely lyrical central movement. Two of Bach's solo violin concertos, each overflowing with inventive detail, and the Sinfonia with solo oboe that opens Cantata 21, follow.

The program culminates in one of Bach's greatest masterpieces - the Double Concerto for two violins (Huw Daniel, violin), with its famous and sublime slow movement. Although Bach was most famous as an organist and keyboard player, he was also a fine violinist; his idiomatic writing and characteristic flair is evident in the many dazzling moments he creates.

Gramophone
'This new disc of Bach concertos has attributes we have come to expect from the Dunedin Consort and Linn, namely neat, stylish and uncomplicated performances in a recording of beautifully judged clarity and resonance.'
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BBC Music Magazine
4 Stars
'Violinist Cecilia Bernardini's bowing is both fluid and crisply detailed in the opening and closing movements of the E major Concerto (BWV 1042). The outer movements of the A minor Concerto (BWV 1041) benefit from her precision and clarity, with intelligent use of dynamics and an ear for the expressive potential of repetition and variation.'


McAlister Matheson Music
'This is music-making of the highest order, vividly captured by Linn's sound engineers.'
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Daily Mail
4 Stars
Classical Album of the Week
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MusicWeb International
'I very much enjoyed hearing [Bernardini's] contribution to this recording and I need hardly add that she receives first-rate support from John Butt and the other members of the Consort.'
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The Guardian
5 Stars
'There are so many things to marvel at: her husky, shapely tone, her earthy way with rhythm, how she tugs playfully the top of phrases, her ability to dart in and out of ensemble textures and make the whole thing so joyously convivial.'
more >>