Bach – Sonata No. 3 in D minor BWV 527 – Havinga
Netherlands Bach Society – Jul 16, 2020 – 17:01
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The opening of this sonata in D minor, performed by Matthias Havinga for All of Bach, has an uncertain and emphatically andante sound. To the ears of seventeenth and eighteenth-century musicologists the key of D minor represented melancholy, devotion, solemnity and seriousness. Following this tentative start, Bach launches into experimentation, by juggling motifs almost wildly and searching for new keys.
Recorded for the project All of Bach on September 21st 2016 at the Sint-Bavokerk, Haarlem.
von Aichberger & Roenneke – Feb 14, 2011 – 9:46
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Recorded live on May 22th, 2010 in Leiden, Holland
Wait! Wait! You mean it really sounds like this? I thought that was just the Looney Toons version! 🙂
Amazing performance of an amazing composition.
Video: Dog crashes orchestra performance in “the cutest moment in classical music”
ABC Action News – Jun 30, 2017 – 0:53
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The renowned Vienna Chamber Orchestra was performing in Turkey last week, but it was a dog who stole the show.
I liked the way the pup settled down next to First Violin. Dog knows his orchestras!
Aleksey Igudesman – Dec 22, 2008 – 7:55
h/t Bluebird of Bitterness
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
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h/t Hadrian the Seventh
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