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Sechs Suiten fur Violoncello solo BWV 1007-1012

Die vier Quellen in verkleinerter Faksimile-Wiedergabe.

By Johann Sebastian Bach

Cello solo
Die vier Quellen in verkleinerter Faksimile-Wiedergabe.. Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Edited by Hans Eppstein. This edition: Facsimile. Paperback. New Bach Edition. Series VI, Volume 2. Facsimile, anthology. BWV 1007-1012. 171 pages. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BVK1044).

Item Number: BA.BVK1044

ISBN 9783761810446. 24 x 16.9 cm inches.

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  • April 08, 2013 Perception, child vs adult

    You see.. Bach's music is for the deep of the human soul and intellect (the latter for the ones that take pleasure in understanding, in knowing, in using their brains), but as I started with, it's for the human soul. It touches down in the bottom of ones...

    being, it goes to the core of ones being. It's does nothing to the pop digger, to the lollypop eater, to the immediatist. It grows with one that grows, but sinks in ones emptiness. This is just like good food. One that is used to hamburgers can't appreciate a delicate flavour. Yes, a good hamburger can be tasty, it can even be made out of high quality meat if one desires. But even the best of hamburgers will never be delicate by its very nature. People that get bored after 5 minutes are normal when they are 5 years old. If this is not your case, I guess you're used to simple candy music. Do your self a favour and stay away from the real. Apparently it's too much for you head machine (without mentioning your lack of soul)

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  • December 12, 2000 bach - between excitness and boredom

    take one movement of the cello suites of bach, and only listen to this one! it might be more exciting each time you listen it. the movements theirselves are complex, but logistic in its structure. leading up to a contrast point, playing around with melodic parts and accompanion, each movement...

    is a beautiful artwork. for one or two movements it might be really exciting to listen, but after that it will get boring, or at least it does for me. repeating good stuff for times and times does not make it better, especially not if it does not change. when i listen to a whole suite i begin to feel sick about the boredom which the pieces cause. on the other hand - when i only listen to one movement, i begin to understand and i see the beauty in the piece. bach is seen as a genius. his suites for violoncello are seen as artworks. but they are works that destroy themselves with their own existance. this fact makes bach being just an ordinary composer who does not show much developement.

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