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|TITLE:||Bach in Birmingham (From the 'Birmingham Morning News', March 22).|
|SERIES:||MWorld, Vol. 51, No. 13 (29 Mar 1873), pp. 195.|
|PUBL. DATA:||[Messrs. Adams and Beresford's music room: 'The programme ... consisted entirely of works of Sebastian Bach, and was made up chiefly of composition by that great master for the chamber, and but rarely hard in this country. ... Concerto in D minor, for three pianofortes, with accompaniment of string quintet. Suite in E major, for violin alone. Prelude and Fugues in E major; Prelude and Fugue in C sharp major. From the 'Well-tempered Clavier.' Concerto in D major, for pianoforte, flute, and violin, with accompaniment of string quartet. Sonata in B minor, for pianoforte and violin. Suite in D major for violoncello. Toccato [!] and Fugue in G minor for pianoforte. Concerto in C major for three pianofortes, with accompaniments of string quintet.']|
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