Introducing a new CD "Weiss Undercover". Includes music of Sylvius Leopold Weiss that is misattributed, "borrowed" or reconstructed. Begins with a set of solo pieces identified as by Weiss in at least manuscript but almost certainly composed by others. Next are three movements of the violin sonata BWV 1025 by JS Bach that used a solo Weiss suite as the harpsichord accompaniment. Next, several reconstructed duets. A g minor ciaconna of Weiss with added violin part by Michel Cardin and a d minor baroque lute duet with reconstruction of the second lute part by Karl-Ernst Schröder. Finally, as Weiss was the master of the Tombeau, a newly composed Tombeau by Roman Turovsky by our friend and teacher Patrick O'Brien.
Performers: Daniel Shoskes Baroque Lute, Johanna Novom Baroque Violin, Daniel Swenberg Baroque Lute
Engineer and Editor: Peter Nothnagle.
Available on CD baby (http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/danielshoskes3
), Amazon (http://amzn.to/1X1wTdP
) and iTunes (https://itun.es/i6YR46s