Baroque Music on Period Instruments

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“Pleasures”, 85-92

“Royal Night Music”, 93-103

 

Suggested Listening:

Coffee Cantata (BWV 211)

Translation: http://www.emmanuelmusic.org/notes_translations/translations_cantata/t_bwv211.htm

 

Concerto in C minor for 2 Harpsichords (BWV 1062)

Erbauliche Gedanken einse Tobackrauchers (Edifying Thoughts of a Tobacco Smoker) (BWV 515a)

            Translation: https://www.oxfordlieder.co.uk/song/1293

 

Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/03qd1RuwSPNdcJJ5NCX0LV?si=ikLdb23hQ3iruknjUd5nKQ

 

YouTube Playlist:

 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLITf_OfKgUeS5W3gdsw_0zSOr-Gyph7t3

 

Pandora Playlist: https://pandora.app.link/DOeoVy2xK9

 


One Makes Music: Sharing Hope in Solitude
Click here see and hear the concert from June 7, 2020


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