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CD Review: Buxtehude Cantatas Revived

The Ricercar Consort performs the cycle of seven Buxtehude cantatas collectively called ‘Membra Jesu nostri,’ which was dedicated to Gustav Düben, an organist, composer, and director of music to the King of Sweden, in 1680.

CD Review: Chopin’s Piano Concertos As Chamber Music

Pianist David Lively and the Quatuor Cambini-Paris, joined by contrebassist Thomas de Pierrefeu, offer a compelling view of these two works on this recording by returning to their roots as salon music.

CD Review: Bach’s Luther Cantatas Inspirited

“Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott,” a hymn virtually synonymous with Lutheranism, opens BWV 80 and exemplifies the reverent yet uniquely moving aesthetic of this recording by Montréal Baroque under Eric Milnes.

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