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Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)

Nationality: German
Born: March 8, 1714, Weimar Died: December 14, 1788, Hamburg (age 74)

Quartet No. 3 in G major, Drey Quartetten für Fortepiano, Flöte und Bratsche, Wq.95 H.539 (for flute, viola, cello and harpsichord)

(for flute, viola, cello and harpsichord)
7:11 I. Allegretto
3:53 II. Adagio
5:34 III. Presto
Duration: 17 minutes (approximately)
Composed: 1788 (age 73-74)
4 recordings, 10 videos
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6:55
Barthold Kuijken, Ann Cnop, Ewald Demeyere
I. Allegretto
3:33
Barthold Kuijken, Ann Cnop, Ewald Demeyere
II. Adagio
5:32
Barthold Kuijken, Ann Cnop, Ewald Demeyere
III. Presto
7:58
Les Adieux
I. Allegretto
4:35
Les Adieux
II. Adagio
5:20
Les Adieux
III. Presto
6:29
Jan De Winne, et. al.
I. Allegretto
2:47
Jan De Winne, et. al.
II. Adagio
5:44
Jan De Winne, et. al.
III. Presto
16:37
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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Father
Nationality: German
Born: March 21, 1685, Eisenach Died: July 28, 1750, Leipzig (age 65)
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach (1732-1795)
brother
Nationality: German
Born: June 21, 1732, Leipzig Died: January 26, 1795, Bückeburg (age 62)
Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782)
brother
Nationality: German
Born: September 5, 1735, Leipzig Died: January 1, 1782, London (age 46)
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710-1784)
brother
Nationality: German
Born: November 22, 1710, Weimar Died: July 1, 1784, Berlin (age 73)