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Bach's Adagios

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Classical album by Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Cyprien Katsaris, Elisabeth von Magnus, Ensemble Vocal et Instrumental de Lausanne, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Gustav Leonhardt, Jean-François Paillard, Johann Sebastian Bach, Lausanne Chamber

The subtitle of this compilation--"27 Tranquil Tracks from the Master of Baroque"--might suggest you're in for a dose of watered-down, Muzaked treatments, but not to worry: this is actually a very attractive theme album that makes an enticing introduction … see full wiki

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Appropriate For Those Quiet Moments

  • Mar 1, 2004
Bach's Adagios is peaceful music that will soothe the soul. Each of the pieces have unique arrangements and emphasize different instruments. Some have a strong keyboard presence, others are more string driven, still others even feature a vocal choir. Some pieces are more captivating than others. Tracks 1 and 4 stand out on the first disc. The lead off track on the second disc is pretty memorable as well.

When I desire something more spirited, this two disc set has the potential to cause some boredom. But when peace and quiet is needed, this set is very appropriate.

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