Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
A1 Konzert für Cembalo A-Dur, BWV 1055, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:35
A2 Konzert für Cembalo A-Dur, BWV 1055, Larghetto
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:43
A3 Konzert für Cembalo A-Dur, BWV 1055, Allegro ma non tanto
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:20
A4 Konzert für Cembalo f-Moll, BWV 1056, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:15
A5 Konzert für Cembalo f-Moll, BWV 1056, Largo
Johann Sebastian Bach 2:16
A6 Konzert für Cembalo f-Moll, BWV 1056, Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:53
B1 Konzert für Cembalo E-Dur, BWV 1053, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 8:45
B2 Konzert für Cembalo E-Dur, BWV 1053, Siciliano
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:03
B3 Konzert für Cembalo E-Dur, BWV 1053, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:18
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
C1 Konzert für Cembalo d-Moll, BWV 1052, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 8:05
C2 Konzert für Cembalo d-Moll, BWV 1052, Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:02
C3 Konzert für Cembalo d-Moll, BWV 1052, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 8:04
D1 Konzert für zwei Cembali C-Dur, BWV 1061, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:21
D2 Konzert für zwei Cembali C-Dur, BWV 1061, Adagio ouvero (Quartetto tacet)
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:13
D3 Konzert für zwei Cembali C-Dur, BWV 1061, Fuga
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:58
12" Vinyl 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
E1 Konzert für Cembalo D-Dur, BWV 1054, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 7:54
E2 Konzert für Cembalo D-Dur, BWV 1054, Adagio e piano sempre
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:30
E3 Konzert für Cembalo D-Dur, BWV 1054, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 2:38
E4 Konzert für Cembalo und zwei Blockflöten F-Dur, BWV 1057, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:54
F1 Konzert für Cembalo und zwei Blockflöten F-Dur, BWV 1057, Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:11
F2 Konzert für Cembalo und zwei Blockflöten F-Dur, BWV 1057, Allegro assai
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:08
F3 Konzert für Cembalo g-Moll, BWV 1058, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:35
F4 Konzert für Cembalo g-Moll, BWV 1058, Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:20
F5 Konzert für Cembalo g-Moll, BWV 1058, Allegro assai
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:26
12" Vinyl 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
G1 Konzert für zwei Cembali c-Moll, BWV 1062, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:42
G2 Konzert für zwei Cembali c-Moll, BWV 1062, Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:04
G3 Konzert für zwei Cembali c-Moll, BWV 1062, Allegro assai
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:53
G4 Konzert für zwei Cembali c-Moll, BWV 1060, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:00
H1 Konzert für zwei Cembali c-Moll, BWV 1060, Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:13
H2 Konzert für zwei Cembali c-Moll, BWV 1060, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:57
H3 Konzert für vier Cembali a-Moll, BWV 1065, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:36
H4 Konzert für vier Cembali a-Moll, BWV 1065, Largo
Johann Sebastian Bach 2:11
H5 Konzert für vier Cembali a-Moll, BWV 1065, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:29
12" Vinyl 5
# Title Artist Rating Length
I1 Konzert für drei Cembali d-Moll, BWV 1063, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:57
I2 Konzert für drei Cembali d-Moll, BWV 1063, Alla Siciliana
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:52
I3 Konzert für drei Cembali d-Moll, BWV 1063, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:06
I4 Konzert für Cembalo d-Moll, BWV 1059, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:04
J1 Konzert für Cembalo d-Moll, BWV 1059, Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach 1:06
J2 Konzert für Cembalo d-Moll, BWV 1059, Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach 3:45
J3 Konzert für drei Cembali C-Dur, BWV 1064, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 6:21
J4 Konzert für drei Cembali C-Dur, BWV 1064, Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach 5:47
J5 Konzert für drei Cembali C-Dur, BWV 1064, Allegro
Johann Sebastian Bach 4:39

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

recorded in:
Bennebroek, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
violin [violin I]:
Marie Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
violin [violin II]:
Antoinette van den Hombergh (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
cello:
Dijck Koster (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
viola:
Wim ten Have (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
bass:
Fred Nijenhuis (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–A3)
harpsichord:
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks A1–B3)
conductor:
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
orchestra:
Leonhardt‐Consort (1967 – 1968) (tracks A1–B3)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Arioso from Keyboard Concerto no. 5 in F minor, BWV 1056 (for solo piano, Cortot) (track A5)
Concerto for Flute in A minor, BWV1056: I. Moderato (arrangement of keyboard concerto) (track A4)
Concerto for Flute in A minor, BWV1056: II. Largo (arrangement of keyboard concerto) (track A5)
Concerto for Flute in A minor, BWV1056: III. Presto (arrangement of keyboard concerto) (track A6)
Keyboard Concerto no. 2 in E major, BWV 1053: I. Allegro (catch all for arrangements) (track B1)
Keyboard Concerto no. 2 in E major, BWV 1053: II. Siciliano (catch all for arrangements) (track B2)
Keyboard Concerto no. 2 in E major, BWV 1053: III. Allegro (catch all for arrangements) (track B3)
Keyboard Concerto no. 4 in A major, BWV 1055: I. Allegro (catch all for arrangements) (track A1)
orchestrations:
Arioso form Keyboard Concerto no. 5 in F minor, BWV 1056 (Stokowski orchestration) (track A5)
part of:
Keyboard Concerto no. 2 in E major, BWV 1053 (movement) (tracks B1–B3)
recording of:

12" Vinyl 2

recorded in:
Bennebroek, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
Wien, Austria (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
violin [violin I]:
Alice Harnoncourt (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
Marie Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
Peter Schoberwalter (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
violin [violin II]:
Antoinette van den Hombergh (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
Walter Pfeiffer (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
Josef de Sordi (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
cello:
Nikolaus Harnoncourt (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
Dijck Koster (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
viola:
Wim ten Have (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
Kurt Theiner (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
bass:
Eduard Hruza (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
Anthony Woodrow (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
harpsichord:
Herbert Tachezi (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
Anneke Uittenbosch (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1–D3)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks C1–D3)
conductor:
Nikolaus Harnoncourt (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1, D3)
orchestra:
Concentus Musicus Wien (1967 – 1968) (tracks C1–C3)
Leonhardt‐Consort (1967 – 1968) (tracks D1, D3)
arrangements:
Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052: I. Allegro (catch-all for arrangements) (track C1)
Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052: II. Adagio (catch-all for arrangements) (track C2)
Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052: III. Allegro (catch-all for arrangements) (track C3)
part of:
recording of:
version of:
Harpsichord Concerto No.1 in D minor, BWV 1052a: I. Allegro (early version of BWV 1052) (track C1)
Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052a: II. Adagio (early version of BWV 1052) (track C2)
Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052a: III. Allegro (early version of BWV 1052) (track C3)

12" Vinyl 3

recorded in:
Bennebroek, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (tracks F3–F5)
Bennebroek, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1961) (tracks E4–F2)
Bennebroek, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
violin [violin I]:
Marie Leonhardt (1961) (tracks E4–F5)
Marie Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
violin [violin II]:
Antoinette van den Hombergh (1961) (tracks E4–F5)
Antoinette van den Hombergh (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
cello:
Dijck Koster (1961) (tracks E4–F5)
Dijck Koster (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
viola:
Lodewijk de Boer (1961) (tracks E4–F2)
Wim ten Have (1961) (tracks F3–F5)
Wim ten Have (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
recorder:
Frans Brüggen (1961) (tracks E4–F2)
Jeanette van Wingerden (recorder) (1961) (tracks E4–F2)
bass:
Fred Nijenhuis (1961) (tracks E4–F5)
harpsichord:
Gustav Leonhardt (1961) (tracks E4–F5)
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks E1–F5)
conductor:
Gustav Leonhardt (1961) (tracks E4–F5)
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
orchestra:
Leonhardt‐Consort (1961) (tracks E4–F5)
Leonhardt‐Consort (1967 – 1968) (tracks E1–E3)
arrangements:
Concerto for Keyboard and Orchestra no. 3 in D major, BWV 1054: I. Allegro (Catch-all for unknown arrangements) (track E1)
part of:
Keyboard Concerto no. 6 in F major, BWV 1057 (movement) (tracks E4–F2)
recording of:

12" Vinyl 4

recorded in:
Bennebroek, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (tracks G1–H5)
violin [violin I]:
Marie Leonhardt (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
violin [violin II]:
Antoinette van den Hombergh (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
cello:
Dijck Koster (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
viola:
Lodewijk de Boer (1962) (tracks G4–H2)
Wim ten Have (1962) (tracks G1–G3, H3–H5)
bass:
Fred Nijenhuis (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
harpsichord:
Eduard Müller (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
Anneke Uittenbosch (1962) (tracks H3–H5)
Janny van Wering (1962) (tracks H3–H5)
Gustav Leonhardt (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks G4–H5)
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (1736) (tracks G1–G3)
conductor:
Gustav Leonhardt (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
orchestra:
Leonhardt‐Consort (1962) (tracks G1–H5)
arrangements:
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R: I. Allegro (reconstructed arrangement for violin & oboe of BWV 1060) (track G4)
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R: II. Adagio (reconstructed arrangement for violin & oboe of BWV 1060) (track H1)
Concerto for Violin & Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R: III. Allegro (reconstructed arrangement for violin & oboe of BWV 1060) (track H2)
Concerto in A minor, BWV 1065: I. [Allegro] (catch all for arrangements) (track H3)
Concerto in C minor for Two Harpsichords, BWV 1060: I. Allegro (Catch-all for unknown arrangements) (track G4)
Concerto in C minor for Two Harpsichords, BWV 1060: II. Largo ovvero Adagio (Catch-all for unknown arrangements) (track H1)
Concerto in C minor for Two Harpsichords, BWV 1060: III. Allegro (Catch-all for unknown arrangements) (track H2)
part of:
recording of:

12" Vinyl 5

recorded in:
Bennebroek, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (tracks I1–J5)
violin [violin I]:
Marie Leonhardt (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Marie Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
violin [violin II]:
Antoinette van den Hombergh (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Antoinette van den Hombergh (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
cello:
Dijck Koster (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Dijck Koster (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
oboe:
Cees van der Kraan (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J2)
viola:
Lodewijk de Boer (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Wim ten Have (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Lodewijk de Boer (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
Wim ten Have (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
bass:
Fred Nijenhuis (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Fred Nijenhuis (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
harpsichord:
Alan Curtis (harpsichordist, musicologist, and conductor) (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Gustav Leonhardt (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Anneke Uittenbosch (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Alan Curtis (harpsichordist, musicologist, and conductor) (1967 – 1968) (tracks J3–J5)
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
Anneke Uittenbosch (1967 – 1968) (tracks J3–J5)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks I1–J5)
conductor:
Gustav Leonhardt (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Gustav Leonhardt (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
orchestra:
Leonhardt‐Consort (1963) (tracks I1–I3)
Leonhardt‐Consort (1967 – 1968) (tracks I4–J5)
arrangements:
later versions:
part of:
recording of: