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BACH 323

Festive concert in honour of Johann Sebastian Bach’s birthday

Performing

  • Gergely Bogányi — piano
  • Anasztázia Bednarik — organ
  • Imre Lachegyi — recorder
  • Tamás Cs. Nagy — viola
  • Róza Lachegyi — violin
  • Anna Lachegyi — cello
  • Máté Lachegyi — piano
  • Palestrina Choir (artistic director: Gabriella Galbács)

Programme

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685—1750):

  • Italian concert BWV 971, II. Andante
    Performed by Máté Lachegyi
  • Fugue in c minor BWV 847 (The Well-Tempered Clavier I)
    Trio sonata in e minor BWV 528/2, II. Andante
    Performed by Róza Lachegyi, Imre Lachegyi, Anna Lachegyi
  • Sinfonia (Three-Part Invention) in g minor BWV 797
    Sinfonia (Three-Part Invention) in a minor BWV 799
    Performed by Imre Lachegyi, Tamás Cs. Nagy, Anna Lachegyi
  • Jesu, meine Freude (motet) BWV 227:
    Gute Nacht, O Wesen — So nun der Geist — Weicht, ihr Trauergeister
    Performed by Palestrina Choir
  • Sonata in G major for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord BWV 1027 — III. Andante, II. Allegro ma non tanto
    Performed by Anna Lachegyi, Máté Lachegyi
  • Prelude and Fugue in c minor BWV 546
    Performed by Anasztázia Bednarik
  • Christus, der uns selig macht — choral (St. John Passion BWV 245)
    Mass in b minor BWV 232 — Crucifixus
    O große Lieb — choral (St. John Passion BWV 245)
    Performed by Palestrina Choir
  • Toccata and Fugue in d minor (“Dorian”) BWV 538
    Performed by Gergely Bogányi
  • Ach Herr, lass dein lieb Engelein — closing choral of St. John Passion BWV 245
    Performed by Palestrina Choir
  • Admission is free, we are grateful for your donations.
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