Johannes Brahms' symphonies have sometimes been described as surveys of landscapes of the soul.
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Eva Saladin, Violine
Daniele Caminiti, Theorbe, Laute
Jonathan Pesek, Viola da gamba
Johannes Keller, Cembalo
Leila Schayegh, Violine, Leitung
La Ciaconna (Canzoni overo sonate concertate per chiesa e camera op. 12) (1637))
Ciaccona à tre
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer
Ciaccona a 2 (1662))
Johann Christoph Pez
Sonata XXX (1696))
Triosonate Nr. 6 C-Dur Z 795 (1683)
Nicola Matteis d. Jüng.
Ricercata in C solfaut e Ciaccona (1676))
Tomaso Antonio Vitali
Chaconne, Parte del Tomaso Vitalino
Giovanni Battista Vitali
Ciaccona a tre op. 7/3 (1682))
Sonata a tre op. 2/12 »Ciacona« (1685))
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