Edited, reconstructed and with a commentary by Barthold Kuijken; continuo realization by Siebe Henstra. With notes, and critical commentary.
Edited by Barthold Kuijken. Continuo realization by Siebe Henstra. Some sources have attributed this work to J. S. Bach, others to C.P.E. Bach. It is impossible at the moment to say which is correct, or if the music is in fact by either! With a postface and critical notes.
Contents: Quartets, Wq 93-95 / C. P. E. Bach -- Trios, Hob. XV:15-17 / Joseph Haydn. With Wieland Kuijken, cello; Piet Kuijken, fortepiano; Ann Cnop, viola; and Ewald Demeyere, harpsichord.
Contents: Concerto in A minor, Wq 166 -- Concerto in B flat major, Wq 167 -- Concerto in A major, Wq 168. With a preface, introduction and critical report. Facsimile plates. These works date from the early 1750s. They were most likely originally composed for cello, and later transcribed in versions…
Contents: Concerto in D major, Wq 13 (flute version) -- Concerto in D minor, Wq 22 (flute version) -- Concerto in G major, Wq 169. With a preface, introduction, plates, critical report, and appendix.
Eleven discs of music by Hotteterre, Couperin, Boismortier, Rameau, Leclair, and Devienne. With Robert Kohnen, harpsichord; and Wieland Kuijken, viola da gamba.
This sonata has been attributed to Bach, but this is not at all certain. With an afterword and critical notes in German and English. Continuo realization by Ewald Demeyere.
Contents: Adagio -- Allegro ma non presto -- Adagio e piano -- Presto. With an afterword in German and English. Includes a continuo realization by Ewald Demeyere.
With an afterword and critical notes in German and English. It is uncertain that Bach was the composer of this work; perhaps it was a collaboration. This edition is based primarily on a manuscript in Bach's hand held in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremberg.
With Barthold Kuijken, flute; Peter Van Heyghen, recorder; and Marcel Ponseele, oboe. On 2 CDs.
Flutist and early music expert Kuijken discusses issues of historically informed performance of early music, as well as the limits of what notation can tell the performer. With a preface, bibliography and index. Plates.