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Sarabande - J.S. Bach*, Alan Curtis (2) - English And French Suites Nos. 5 & 6 (CD)


  1. Print and download in PDF or MIDI J. S. Bach: Sarabande in D minor. From the French Suite No.1 in D minor, BWV Arranged for string orchestra by José Oscar Marques.
  2. Oct 08,  · Hilary Hahn plays Sarabande in D minor by Bach. BEETHOVEN Concerto for Violin and Orchestra - Hilary Hahn, violin; Leonard Slatkin, conductor - .
  3. Bach’s Suites for solo cello are a cornerstone of that instrument’s repertoire and some of the most beautiful and famous classical music ever written. These two movements from the Cello Suite No. 2 work well individually or performed together as a small set.
  4. The last of Bach's suites "for the English" (but not in an English style) follows the pattern of its predecessors, a prelude introducing a series of French dances. This prelude, though, is far more extended than the others. It falls into two sections, the first (about a quarter of the piece) being a measured introduction in two voices, and the second being a faster, elaborate fugue.
  5. French Baroque and Dance and the Music of J. S. Bach by Meredith Little and Natalie Jenne. The latter work is particularly valuable in that it provides brief synopses of the rhythmic underpinning for many of the dance movements comprising the cello suites. 4.
  6. Bach: English and French Suites Nos. 1 & 2 (Bach Vol. ) French Suites No. 1 BWV [], No. 2 BWV [] Alan Curtis (Harpsichord) [original Christian Zell harpsichord from Hamburg] Teldec: Jul CD / TT: Recorded at Museum für .
  7. The purpose of this dissertation is to present a comparative analysis of the sarabandes from the six cello suites. Six individual analyses each address the following elements: harmonic reduction, the relationship between the large-scale harmonic and metrical structures, the melodic elaboration of the harmonic-metrical structure, and the type and prevalence of sarabande rhythm.
  8. 3/2 seems to be the meter, but unusually with the emphasis on beat 2. – Tim Jan 8 '15 at In general, somewhat rubato within the bar, fairly strict from bar to bar - it is a dance, after all, although usually the later it was written, the further from dance it got (which is .
  9. Some of Bach's keyboard compositions during his time in Cöthen were not written for the court, including the so-called French Suites, the first five of which appear in the Little Notebook for Anna Magdalena. Written in , the Suites open the book of instructional material. Here, and in other manuscripts, the works are entitled, "Suites pour le Clavessin" (Suites for the Cembalo, or.