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Concert no. 5 from John Bastons famous "Six Concertos", which he published in 1729. This concerto includes three parts (allegro, andante & presto) and is best played by a woodwind instrument (e.g. recorder or similar), two violins, a viola and a harpsichord (piano).
Little is knows about the life of John Baston. He was an English recorder virtuoso and came from a family of professional musicians which played in London theatre orchestras in the beginning of the 18th century. From 1711 to 1733, at the height of his carreer, he appeared regularly as a solist and played his recorder concertos during theatre intermissions.
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