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The beautiful sound of Gianni La Marca's Viola da Gamba and the constant and precise dialogue with the harpsichord by Giorgio Cerasoli make it a very interesting and good recording.
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The three sonatas for viola da gamba and obbligato harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach - G major (BWV 1027), D major (BWV 1028) and G minor (BWV 1029) - not present themselves as a group of organic songs, as is the case for the six Sonate à Cembalo certato e Violino solo (BWV 1014-1019) or for the collection of six Suites for Cello (BWV 1007-1012), but none the less represent the most significant contribution - along with the Brandenburg Concerto VI - that the German musician devoted himself to the stringed instrument that Germany was experiencing a final favorable season, before giving the final step, towards the end of the eighteenth century, the cello, the latter not belonging to the family of viols but to that of the violin.
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