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|3. Allegro Assai|
|6. Allegro Assai|
|11. Largo Ma Non Tanto|
Bach composed several violin concertos, but only three of them survive in that form-the ones designated BWV 1041-43 (BWV, in case you're curious, stands for Bachs-Werke-Verzeichnis, or catalog of Bach's works). All of the rest of them got turned into harpsichord concertos at one time or another, and the originals were lost in the process. It is usually perfectly possible (and legitimate) to restore the violin originals from the keyboard versions, and the result here is a fourth violin concerto that sounds perfectly happy in its new dress. In fact, all of the performances are highly musical and technically quite polished. --David Hurwitz --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.