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Re: Bach's Orchestral Music (Brandenburgs, Suites & Concertos)
« Reply #680 on: January 12, 2021, 12:15:39 AM »
Cafe Zimmermann has been my favorite for a while.
I’m listening to this today and liking it more than Kuijken, Suzuki or Alessandrini. Maybe it’s as good as Zimmermann for me. I can’t say why yet. I think it may be a bad point of mine that I’m partial towards certain recordings soundscapes. But it’s also texture. I’m not quite sure about the finer points of larger ensemble music. I guess this one is on the brisk side:

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Re: Bach's Orchestral Music (Brandenburgs, Suites & Concertos)
« Reply #681 on: Today at 04:56:23 AM »
A harpsichord that cuts through the music in an interesting way. It's a slightly different tonal environment that's created. I don't know if it's the instrument, the recording technique, or a little of both.
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Re: Bach's Orchestral Music (Brandenburgs, Suites & Concertos)
« Reply #682 on: Today at 05:04:05 AM »
Takashi Watanabe organ
Ensemble Cordia


Maybe something to check out.

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Re: Bach's Orchestral Music (Brandenburgs, Suites & Concertos)
« Reply #683 on: Today at 06:03:26 AM »
Takashi Watanabe organ
Ensemble Cordia


Maybe something to check out.

Both (this and the Corti) are already on my wish-list.
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