Violin Concertos, Concerto for two Violins BWV 1041/1042/1043 A minor, E major, D minor 巴赫約翰‧瑟巴斯提安 小提琴協奏曲 小提琴 小調 大調 小調 小提琴加鋼琴 歐伊倫堡版
Violin Concerto in A minor, BWV 1041: Andante - Allegro assai - Violin Concerto in E major, BWV 1042: Allegro - Adagio - Allegro assai - Concerto for two Violins in D minor, BWV 1043: Vivace - Largo ma non tanto - Allegro
To this day, Bach's violin concertos are among the most popular repertoire pieces of many violinists who have to meet great technical demands in these works. Created during Bach's time in Köthen, in which the composer presented works of revolutionary novelty and originality, the violin concertos testify to Bach's rich instrumental imagination. Whereas his examples still followed a rather rigid structure in the outer movements, Bach managed to achieve a closer connection and integration of the formal sections by treating the roles of the soloist and the orchestra in a differentiated and varying way.