Harry Christophers on Bach's Motets

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(image of St. Michael and the dragon in stained glass from St. Rochus Church, Duisdorf, Germany, by Reinhardhauke, via Wikimedia Commons)

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Harry Christophers of Boston's Handel and Haydn Society talks with WCRB's Brian McCreath about Bach's motets.

On the program:

Violin Concerto in E, BWV 1042 - Janine Jansen, violin, and friends

Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 227 - The Sixteen, Harry Christophers, conductor

Bach Suite (arr. Enrique Crespo from Orchestral Suites) - German Brass

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(photo of Harry Christophers by Stu Rosner, courtesy of the Handel and Haydn Society)

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