Thüringer Bach Collegium

Concerti – Prinz Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Weimar

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In 1718, in fact exactly 300 years ago, Georg Philipp Telemann published the six violin concertos Op. 1 by Prince Johann Ernst of Saxe-Weimar. The original score was kept in the Anna-Amalia library in Weimar but was unfortunately destroyed in a big fire in 2004.

In addition to the six concertos from the opus edited by Telemann, the CD also contains two concertos in G major. Written during Johann Ernst’s lifetime in Weimar, the parts were donated to the Württemberg-Stuttgart royal court and are now kept in the Rostock University Library. For a long time, one of these concertos was regarded as a work by Vivaldi – further indirect proof of Johann Ernst’s remarkable skill in the Vivaldi style.

You can order our CD of all concertos for the price from of 19,99 € from Audite:

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Please transfer the appropriate sum, indicating your name and address well as how many copies you wish to have and stating »CD« in the reference line when you transfer the amount to our foundation’s bank account.

We would also be delighted to receive donations for this CD production and will automatically issue a tax-deductible receipt for donations of € 200 or more.

Christian Bergmann will answer any questions via info@bachland.de.

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