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Royal Academy of Music, Duke's Hall
|Bach tracked: Bach's cantatas at the Royal Academy of Music||David Fay|
|For a composer of such undeniable genius and widespread popularity, it is strange that there aren’t too many opportunities to hear J.S. Bach’s cantatas performed live in concert. And although they were the composer’s bread-and-butter works – his post as Konzertmeister at the court of Weimar saw him composing one per month, a figure that was to increase upon his arrival at Leipzig – they are certainly worthy of wider dissemination. This is a fact recognised by those at the Royal Academy of Music, whose odyssey through Bach’s cantatas is now in its fourth year.|
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