Lute compositions are not the first thing that spring to mind when one thinks of Johann Sebastian Bach, but he did a write a few pieces for the instrument, and like the rest of his compositions, Bach's pieces for lute are divine. Lutenist Mario D'Agosto's masterful playing brings these little masterpieces to life. Great music for a contemplative or relaxing rainy afternoon.
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