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Bach Trio Organ Sonatas – arranged for recorder, violin and cello

  • Trio Sonata for Organ in A Minor, BWV 528 – 1. Adagio
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in A Minor, BWV 528 – 2. Andante
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in A Minor, BWV 528 – 3. Un poco allegro
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in F Major, BWV 529 – 4. Allegro
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in F Major, BWV 529 – 5. Largo
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in F Major, BWV 529 – 6. Allegro
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in C Major, BWV 530 – 7. Allegro
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in C Major, BWV 530 – 8. Lente
  • Trio Sonata for Organ in C Major, BWV 530 – 9. Allegro

Raw and deliberately released with imperfections to bring you a recording with warmth, excitement, passion and life!

Arranged for recorder, violin and cello by Kara.

The source of the arrangement is from ‘Six Sonatas after BWV 525-530 for Flute and Harspichord Obbligato’, arranged by Waltraut and Gerhard Kirchner (Berlin, 1975) from J. S. Bach’s Trio Organ Sonatas BWV 525-530.

In the arrangement by Waltraut and Gerhard Kirchner, the original key succession of the 6 sonatas (BWV 525-530) of E flat major, C minor, D minor, E minor, C major and G major was changed into G major, E minor, D minor, A minor, F major and C major. This has been noted for the sonatas performed and recorded in these arrangements.

Recorded at Caveman Studios, Boston, 2005

Mastered by Caveman Music / Cavemanmusic@aol.com / cavemanmusiconline.com

Kara Ciezki – Recorder
Holland Phillips – Violin
Michael Wiseman – Cello

Sonata IV in A Minor (after BWV 528)
(original version for organ in E minor)

1. Adagio - Vivace
2. Andante
3. Un poco allegro

Sonata V in F Major (after BWV 529)
(original version for organ in C major)

4. Allegro
5. Largo
6. Allegro

Sonata VI in C Major (after BWV 530)
(original version for organ in G major)

7. Vivace
8. Lento
9. Allegro

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