Janine Jansen Bach and Family Ties Harald Hoffmann / Decca The deep connections that can only be forged through a family are at the foundation of a performance by violinist Janine Jansen and her father, Jan Jansen, on The Bach Hour. Harry Christophers on Bach's Motets Stu Rosner / Handel and Haydn Society On the program: Violin Concerto in E, BWV 1042 - Janine Jansen, violin, and friends Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 227 - The Sixteen, Harry Christophers, conductor Bach Suite (arr. Enrique Crespo from Orchestral Suites) - German Brass Bach's Brandenburg 5, from Edinburgh Andrewyuill, via Wikimedia Commons The Dunedin Consort performs one of Bach's most popular and virtuosic works, and Masaaki Suzuki conducts the Cantata No. 186. Violist Maxim Rysanov's Bach Laszlo Emmer Maxim Rysanov writes in the liner notes for his Bach Cello Suites CD, "playing Bach is like confessing, letting myself free, opening myself to someone I trust in." Hear it this week on The Bach Hour.