Bought in October 2016.
First listen: 11-11-2016.
CD 5 from 21.
Recording dates: October/November 2011 & January 2012.
Recording venue: Westvestkerk, Schiedam, The Netherlands.
Recording engineer: Peter Arts.
Running time: 61:20.
Classical relevance: Essential, even if you have many of the opus numbers by others.
Opus 6, No.8-11.
Igor Ruhadze, Baroque violin.
Mark Dupere, Baroque cello.
Vaughan Schlepp, Harpsichord.
I can repeat myself in praise, but I can also say as good as the previous 4 volumes.
The recording is excellent.
Friday, November 11, 2016
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