File:PDP-CH - Alexander Brailowsky - Concerto in D minor - Part 2 - Fugue - WF Bach - Vivaldi - Gramophone-db3703-2ea7145.flac

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Label: Disque "Gramophone"

Cat. no.: DB 3703

Order number: 2EA 7145

Matrix/StamperID: 2EA 7145I / M6-98164

1st release date: 1939

1st recording date: 23 November 1938

Place of recording: London, EMI Studio No. 3, Abbey Road

Author(s)/Composer(s): Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

Music arranger(s): Johann Sebastian Bach (previously attributed to Wilhelm Friedemann Bach)[1]

Performer(s): Alexander Brailowsky, piano (1896–1976)

Vocal range: instrumental

Title/Work: Concerto in D minor (original work: Concerto in D minor from L'Estro Armonico, Op. 3 No. 11) (published 1711)

Content: Part 2: Fugue

Genre(s): Organ work (concerto)

Comments: RCM and ELP

Composition date circa 1714–1717[1]
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  1. a b Concerto, d (arr. of Vivaldi op. 3 no. 11) BWV 596

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