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Violin Concerto movement, BWV 1045

Violin Concerto movement, BWV 1045,[1] also titled Sinfonia in D major BWV 1045, is an orchestral work for solo violin, three trumpets, timpani, two oboes and strings by Johann Sebastian Bach.[1] A late work composed in Leipzig between c. 1742 and 1746,[2] surviving only as a fragment,[3][4] the Concerto is often considered a sinfonia of a lost cantata.[5][6][7]

Eric David Mackerness in Music Review described BWV 1045 as "second rate Bach" and violinistically "unmanageable".[8][9]

Notes

  1. ^ "BWV" is Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis, a thematic catalogue of Bach's works.

References

  1. ^ John Butt (26 June 1997). The Cambridge Companion to Bach. Cambridge University Press. pp. 131–.  
  2. ^ Konrad Küster (1999). Bach Handbuch (in German). Bärenreiter. pp. 381–.  
  3. ^ Maarten 't Hart (15 January 2013). Bach und ich (in German). Piper ebooks. pp. 167–.  
  4. ^ Michael Marissen (1 July 1999). The Social and Religious Designs of J. S. Bach's Brandenburg Concertos. Princeton University Press. pp. 68–.  
  5. ^ Sir Nicholas Kenyon (17 March 2011). The Faber Pocket Guide to Bach. Faber & Faber. pp. 355–.  
  6. ^ Alfred Dürr (2005). The Cantatas of J.S. Bach: With Their Librettos in German-English Parallel Text. Oxford University Press. pp. 793–.  
  7. ^ Martin Geck (1997). Bachs Orchesterwerke: Bericht über das 1. Dortmunder Bach-Symposion 1996 (in German). Klangfarben Musikverlag. pp. 55–.  
  8. ^ Mark Katz (9 February 2006). The Violin: A Research and Information Guide. Taylor & Francis. pp. 179–.  
  9. ^ Alberto Basso (1979). Frau Musika: 1723-1750 (in Italian). EDT srl. pp. 774–.  
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