Bach: Concerto for 2 pianos, BWV 1062: II. Largo ma non tanto (David Fray & Audrey Vigoureux)

Pianists David Fray and Audrey Vigoureux perform the gloriously serene central movement of Bach’s Concerto for two keyboards in C minor BWV 1062, a work based on the familiar concerto for two violins.

“A joy for both players and listener,” is how David Fray describes Bach’s concertos for two, three and four keyboards. Five of them appear on a new album, released on November 16th, 2018. “It’s a musical family affair,” says Fray: like Audrey Vigoureux and Emmanuel Christien, he studied with Jacques Rouvier at the Paris Conservatoire, and all four pianists participated in the recording sessions in the beautiful Carmelite Chapel in Toulouse.

Bach: Concerto for 2 pianos, BWV 1062: II. Largo ma non tanto (David Fray & Audrey Vigoureux)

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