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Work: Passacaglia and fugue in C Minor, BWV582

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ComposerBach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)
PeriodBaroque
Work typeInstrumental
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BarcelonaEcho Rising Stars: Noa Wildschut, Simon Höfele, João Barradas

© Marco Borggreve
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StockholmSoup Concert - Rising Stars with Accordion

Soup Concert - Rising Stars with Accordion
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MontrealBach and Glass at the Organ

Widor, Glass, Bach, Franck
Orchestre symphonique de Montréal; Iveta Apkalna

ParisIveta Apkalna

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LyonKarol Mossakowski

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Bach dressed by other composers in Barcelona

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Bach presented in various orchestral transcriptions made for a powerful, entertaining evening in Barcelona. 
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Sumptuous Bach from Les Violons du Roy in LA

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The Canadian chamber orchestra Les Violons du Roy, using baroque bows on metal strings at modern pitch, came to Walt Disney Concert Hall, backing Alexandre Tharaud on a big beautiful Steinway.
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Kissin brings down the house with the Tchaikovsky concerto and the CSO

Kissin's formidable take on Tchaikovsky's warhorse was a night to remember.
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Prom 52: A thrilling journey of improvisation with Thierry Escaich

French organist Thierry Escaich offered a fascinating musical journey with a programme which juxtaposed the organ music of J S Bach with responses to it by Mendelssohn and Brahms, as well his own improvisations on themes by Bach.
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Fugal artistry II: Angela Hewitt completes Bach's The Art of Fugue

In the week when Culture Secretary Maria Miller told arts organisations across the UK to show her the money, it seems inappropriate to begin this review by commenting on the length of concert intervals – they are, after all, vital for venues to make a few pounds selling drinks to a culture-thirsty clientele.
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