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John Baston, (fl. 1708–1739) was an English Baroque composer, recorder player and cellist. The fifth concerto is from a set of six published in 1729 as Six Concertos in Six Parts for Violins and Flutes. Originally written for sixth flute (recorder in D) but transposed for descant.
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