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The slow movement is one of Bach’s greatest creations. Bach sustains his poignant inspiration for more than four minutes with a serpentine melody of breath-taking beauty. It is this movement that presents the strongest case that Bach envisioned the "Italian" Concerto for a sustained melodic solo instrument like the flute – and not for the percussive, inexpressive harpsichord.
Reviews of J. S. BACH - STARR; "Italian Concerto" (second movement); an arrangement by Mark Starr for solo flute, string orchestra and harpsichord continuo of J. S. Bach’s work for solo harpsichord (BWV 971)
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