Eighteenth Century Music for Two Keyboard Instruments

by Krebs, Schaffrath, Blanco, Olivares, and J. C. Bach

Bernard Brauchli & Estéban Elizondo

Recorded in November 1989 in the home of Professor and Mrs. Harry Gatos, Weston, Massachusetts.

Recording Engineer: Ralph Dopmeyer
Design: Mary McCarthy
Cover painting: "Allegory of Music" (1764) by François Boucher. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Copyright. All rights reserved.
Total playing time: 72:49


  • Johann Ludwig Krebs: Concerto in a minor
  • Christoph Schaffrath: Duetto I in C Major
  • Josef Blanco: Concerto No. 2 in G Major
  • Francisco de Olivares: Verso de oitavo tono I
  • Johann Christian Bach: Sonata in C Major
  • Josef Blanco: Concerto No. 1 in G Major
  • Francisco de Olivares: Verso de oitavo tono (1807)

About the Performers

The Duo Brauchli-Elizondo was formed in 1982, specializing in the performance of early music for two keyboard instruments.

Bernard Brauchli is on the faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and president of the Cambridge Society for Early Music. He is also founder and president of Festival Music Antica a Magnano in Italy.

Estéban Elizondo is organ professor and director of the Conservatory of Music in San Sebastian, Spain. He has been especially influential in the restoration of the baroque organs in the Basque provinces and has made recordings of several of these instruments.

The duo has recorded the Six Concertos for Two Keyboard Instruments by Antonio Soler for Titanic.

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