Classic Moods - Bach, J.S. - Vivaldi, A. - Buffardin, P.-G. - Dowland, J. - Albinoni, T.G. - Handel, G.F. - Purcell, H. - Pescetti, G.B. Helmut Winschermann, German Bach Soloists, Béla Bánfalvi, Budapest Strings, Andrea Vigh, Eckart Haupt, Dresden Baroque Soloists, Rita Honti, Reinhold Friedrich, Max Pommer, Burkhard Glaetzner, New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig, Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chorus, Sir Neville Marriner, Janos Rolla, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Weimar, Vassil Kazandjiev, Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Dora Milanova, Hartmut Haenchen & Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra Classical Music 2004 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Classic Moods - Bach, J.S. - Vivaldi, A. - Buffardin, P.-G. - Dowland, J. - Albinoni, T.G. - Handel, G.F. - Purcell, H. - Pescetti, G.B.

Artist: Helmut Winschermann, German Bach Soloists, Béla Bánfalvi, Budapest Strings, Andrea Vigh, Eckart Haupt, Dresden Baroque Soloists, Rita Honti, Reinhold Friedrich, Max Pommer, Burkhard Glaetzner, New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig, Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chorus, Sir Neville Marriner, Janos Rolla, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Weimar, Vassil Kazandjiev, Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Dora Milanova, Hartmut Haenchen & Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 Capriccio

Tracklist For Classic Moods - Bach, J.S. - Vivaldi, A. - Buffardin, P.-G. - Dowland, J. - Albinoni, T.G. - Handel, G.F. - Purcell, H. - Pescetti, G.B. By Artist Helmut Winschermann, German Bach Soloists, Béla Bánfalvi, Budapest Strings, Andrea Vigh, Eckart Haupt, Dresden Baroque Soloists, Rita Honti, Reinhold Friedrich, Max Pommer, Burkhard Glaetzner, New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig, Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chorus, Sir Neville Marriner, Janos Rolla, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Weimar, Vassil Kazandjiev, Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Dora Milanova, Hartmut Haenchen & Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra

Title Artist Time
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Overture (Suite) No. 3 in D ma Helmut Winschermann & German Bach Soloists 4:29 USD 0.99
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The 4 Seasons: Violin Concerto Béla Bánfalvi & Budapest Strings 2:17 USD 0.99
3
Partita in D flat major: Pasto Andrea Vigh 3:01 USD 0.99
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Flute Concerto in G minor: II. Eckart Haupt & Dresden Baroque Soloists 3:35 USD 0.99
5
Melancholy Galliard, P. 25 (ar Rita Honti 2:22 USD 0.99
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Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op. Budapest Strings & Reinhold Friedrich 4:24 USD 0.99
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Water Music: Suite No. 1 in F Béla Bánfalvi & Budapest Strings 3:36 USD 0.99
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Oboe Concerto in D minor, BWV Max Pommer, Burkhard Glaetzner & New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig 3:05 USD 0.99
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The Fairy Queen, Z. 629, Act I Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chorus & Sir Neville Marriner 2:03 USD 0.99
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Harp Concerto in B flat major, Andrea Vigh & Budapest Strings 4:03 USD 0.99
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Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op Janos Rolla & Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Weimar 2:57 USD 0.99
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Keyboard Concerto in A major, Vassil Kazandjiev, Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra & Dora Milanova 5:11 USD 0.99
13
Sonata in C minor: II. Andante Andrea Vigh 5:00 USD 0.99
14
Flute Concerto in D minor, Wq. Hartmut Haenchen, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Chamber Orchestra & Eckart Haupt 8:52 USD 0.99
15
Canon in D major Max Pommer & New Bach Collegium Musicum Leipzig 4:20 USD 0.99

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