Baroque Concerti from The Netherlands

The 18th-century Dutch Republic served as a magnet attracting musicians from across Europe. It was one of the wealthiest of European countries. Celebrities such as Handel and Mozart may have passed through briefly, but others such as Locatelli made a permanent home in the republic and introduced many foreign musical languages. 4+ hours of delightful, uninterrupted music…

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Mozart not only passed through, he played a number of organs there, and himself played his Fantasia in F Minor (quite a work!)

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