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BACH, J.C.: Berlin Harpsichord Concertos (The), Vol. 2

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Keyboard Concerto in E major, W. C71: I. Allegro assai
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Keyboard Concerto in E major, W. C71: II. Adagio
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Keyboard Concerto in E major, W. C71: III. Presto
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Keyboard Concerto in F minor, W. C73, "Berlin": I. Allegro di molto
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Keyboard Concerto in F minor, W. C73, "Berlin": II. Andante
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Keyboard Concerto in F minor, W. C73, "Berlin": III. Prestissimo
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Keyboard Concerto in G major, W. C72: I. Allegro
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Keyboard Concerto in G major, W. C72: II. Poco adagio
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Keyboard Concerto in G major, W. C72: III. Allegro
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The Berlin J.C.Bach

Johannes11

This is not the J.C. Bach, who we know from Milano and London. These keyboard concertos are written under the influence of his elder half-brother Carl Philip Emmanuel, who resided in Berlin, to which Johann Christian moved after his father´s death. I am not so enthousiastic about this Carl Phillip Emmanuel-style, which is very elaborated contrapunctual, and has not the characteristic rhythmic and melodic flow, which we recognize in J.C. Bach´s mature music.