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Trio Sonata in G major, BWV530
composer
circa 1727

Recordings
'Bach: Trio Sonatas' (CDA66390)
Bach: Trio Sonatas
'Bach: Six Trio Sonatas transcribed' (CDA66843)
Bach: Six Trio Sonatas transcribed
'Bach: The Complete Organ Works' (CDS44121/36)
Bach: The Complete Organ Works
MP3 £45.00FLAC £45.00ALAC £45.00 CDS44121/36  16CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted  
'The King's Consort Collection' (KING7)
The King's Consort Collection
MP3 £4.50FLAC £4.50ALAC £4.50 KING7  Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
Details
Movement 1: Vivace
Track 13 on CDA66390 [3'50] Archive Service
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Track 4 on CDA66843 [3'34] Archive Service
Track 13 on CDS44121/36 CD1 [3'50] 16CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted
Movement 2: Lento
Track 14 on CDA66390 [4'06] Archive Service
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Track 5 on CDA66843 [4'39] Archive Service
Track 14 on CDS44121/36 CD1 [4'06] 16CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted
Movement 3: Allegro
Track 15 on CDA66390 [3'34] Archive Service
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Track 6 on CDA66843 [3'19] Archive Service
Track 15 on CDS44121/36 CD1 [3'34] 16CDs Boxed set (at a special price) — Deleted
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Track 17 on KING7 [3'19] Super-budget price sampler — Deleted

Trio Sonata in G major, BWV530
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The highly Italianate Sonata in G major (BWV530) starts both voices together in concerto style, suggesting the need for two equal instruments, and maintains this equality throughout, even allowing the bass line a handful of ‘breaks’. For the tightly-woven, harmonically complex second movement we have introduced another texture, removing the chordal continuo instruments but allowing the cellist to improvise occasional chords. The third movement is a marvellously complex fugue.

from notes by Robert King © 1996

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