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A Bach Notebook - Jonathan Freeman-Attwood -artswrap


29 April 2013
artswrap.co.uk

This album is filled with music which celebrates the music of the great Johann Sebastian and ten lesser known Bachs. Daniel Ben Pienaar is a Bach specialist and has helped to choose the music for this unique programme.

Jonathan Freeman-Attwood has attracted much attention for his standard of playing on the trumpet and is an established Bach interpreter.


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