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Other recordings available for download. There are so many other delights: the subtle comings and goings of the Third Prelude, the nobly poised Fifth Allemande, the swaggering climax into the Sixth Gigue—I cannot mention them all.
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The fifth, a French Overture, is free of bombast and its subsequent quasi-fugue lyrical and unhurried. He can dance with the grace of perfect strength and physique, and sing plaintively, or from the heart, or in celebration, as if it were the most natural thing in the world for him. In short, he's brought off that most remarkable of feats: making Bach's six great cello suites sound as if they might well have been written for him.
You never sense he is playing for mood or effect—dynamic and expressive contrasts are modest—but he brings wonderful vigour and connectedness to the dance-like figurations. The playing is enthralling, the production superb; nearly every detail sounds just right. He teases out the individual personalities in each of the dances and trumpets them, molding each suite into a fuller, organic whole.
It is now a listed building, and the huge hall without pillars not only looks magical, but also provides wonderful acoustics.
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Extra videos. Bouncy excitement Bach makes the cello ascend to heaven. Vocal texs Original. How terribly embarrassing. The only take I could use was the third one because of the alto clef vs. I think it needs a faster tempo, more bounce, cleaner runs, and cleaner intonation. And more consistent use of vibrato consistent, not constant, that is.
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