Fasch – Sonatina


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Johann Freidrich Fasch doesn’t get the credit he deserves, in my opinion. Think of Bach’s love of complex counterpoint, combined with Vivaldi’s vivacity, then add his own mastery of sequential writing, and you’ve got it. This music is a joy to play, with lots of interest in all the parts. Four movements: Andante, Allegro, Largo, Allegro. 9 mins. M

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