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For the majority of music lovers up until the 1820s, the name Bach didn’t conjure up Johann Sebastian, as is the case today, but rather one of his sons, Carl Philipp Emanuel, who worked successively in Berlin and in Hamburg. He was indeed one of the most influential composers of his time and his particular qualities made him one of the precursors of musical Romanticism.
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Quartet for Keyboard, Flute and Viola, Wq. 84, H. 538
II. Sehr langsam und ausgehalten
III. Allegro di molto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Trio for Bass Recorder, Viola and Basso Continuo in F major, Wq. 163/1, H. 588
I. Un poco andante
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Trio for 2 Violins and Basso Continuo in C minor, Wq. 161/1, H. 579, "Sangineus und Melancholicus"
I. Allegretto - Presto
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Quartet for Keyboard, Flute and Viola in A minor, Wq. 93, H. 537
II. Largo e sostenuto
III. Allegro assai
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