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The electronic media seem a bit out of place in a concert of 18th-century music, whose accompaniment is said to issue from period instruments – horns and fiddles and flutes and such that, if not actually manufactured during the baroque period, were built according to historic specifications.The festival has chosen to mark its 25th anniversary with a Bach-flavored program and the "B Minor" was the third, and final, concert to feature Estonia's Corelli Baroque Orchestra, Collegium Musicale Choir and soloists.The piece is replete with appealing tunes – more than a phrase or two of which will be familiar to anyone exposed to Bach's vast repertoire.This precision – essential to realizing Bach's music and made all the more challenging the more elaborate the work – is not necessarily attained by all who'd perform it.
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