If Johann Sebastian Bach had only left the world his six Brandenburg Concertos, he would still reside in the pantheon of the great composers. With their stunning variety of novel instrumentations, their unforgettable tunes, and their irresistible energy, the Brandenburgs easily serve as a definition of what good music should be.

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major, BWV 1049

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Recorded live in Alice Tully Hall on December 13, 2019