February 12, 2020


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This morning, we heard one of the so-called “Dresden Concertos” of a German musician who was well known and respected as a composer and theorist in the Baroque era, but his name would not have been recognized by most classical music listeners until scholar and conductor Reinhard Goebel began championing his music during the 1990s.  Who wrote this sprightly and colorful “Dresden Concerto”?