J.S. Bach Sonata BWV 1001 + Partita BWV 1004

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The young Spanish lute virtuoso Miguel Rincón, who already worked with some of most prominent characters in the field of Early Music, presents for his solo debut album two of his own transcriptions of the works for violin solo by J.S. Bach. Such arrangements were quite common at Bachs time, and Bach himself was well-acquainted with the lute. Miguel Rincón explores the tonal and emotional potential of his instrument to its full extent. He creates a richness and complexity of sound that one is not familiar with from the original violin version. Here we are being introduced to a new, very personal and at the same time virtuosic and powerful Bach, ready for the stage, which in the final Chaconne reaches a fulminant point of culmination, offhandedly upstaging quite a few rock guitar heroes of the last decades.



You are uber stylish in those pants. I have seen lots of the flarol jeans and want to make some just haven't found the fabric. BTW, one pair I saw and loved was Erdem $950! Your's look just as good. And the top is perfect with them!

Tyler - 2015-08-23 14:27:37


Insolent Infidel and Uncovered Woman ...you are fortunate ineded to have the craft of music. I don't think there are many musical geniuses, but I love to run across those devoted to their playing. The jazz piano teacher of one of my sons practiced three hours every day. It was a joy to watch him do chords.Another son has gone a-busking on occasion. Whenever I've happened upon him (way back when) playing in a public space, there would always be a small, changing crowd around them (he and partner). The audience changed but the numbers stayed about the same. What I found awful about the young Russian's performance of Bach was how few people stopped. I was distressed to watch his great effort while clots of people clutching bags of "stuff" walked by unheedingly. I wanted to jump into the video and yell at them...Fortunately, the Baron keeps me chained here. The least he can do for civilization.______@ Paul--So how many armpits does America have? I found Jacksonville to be one while growing up there. Maybe the US is really an octopus (or two) with multiple armpits. And lots of smelly feet.

Satitpon - 2015-08-23 11:14:21
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