Koroliov’s Multiple-Keyboard Concerto Reference Recording

Review by: Jens F. Laurson

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Every so often the state of Bach’s keyboard concertos—BWV 1052 through 1065—deserves a brief recap: The first six, for cembalo and orchestra, have in common that they were conceived as a set and that they are—like all the rest—transcriptions of...

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