V. Bourrée I & II - Bach*, David Watkin - Cello Suites; David Watkin (File, Album)

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  1. J.S. Bach () The Cello Suites, BWV David Watkin (baroque cello) Renowned cellist and interpreter of Baroque music David Watkin records the Cello Suites by J.S. Bach, rightly considered as the pinnacle of writing for solo cello.
  2. David Watkin s profound musicianship is more than enough to accelerate this recording of Bach s Cello Suites to the top of the tiny league of definitive recordings beyond the infinitesimal care of Ditta Rohmann (Hungaroton, 5/14, 11/14), the meticulous intellectualism of Anner Bylsma (Sony, 7/81, 1/93) or even the refined warmth of the /5(38).
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  4. Mar 10,  · This is said to be the last recording by British cellist David Watkin, who is moving to conducting due to a muscle smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo should deeply satisfy the player's British fan base and go beyond that, for it's a fine recording of the much-played Bach Suites for solo cello.8/
  5. Suite for Cello Solo No.4 in E flat, BWV - J.S. Bach: Suite For Cello Solo No.4 In E Flat, BWV - 5. Bourrée I - 6. Bourrée II.
  6. If you are want to understand the cello music of J.S. Bach, there is no one better than renowned cellist David Watkin. He has played solo Bach at Bach’s birthplace in Eisenach, at Frederick the Great’s Palace, in the Prague Spring Festival and featured in Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s TV programme “Bach, A Passionate Life”. He has twice been a juror for the Leipzig Bach Competition.
  7. Feb 23,  · David Watkin performs Bach Cello Suite No.3 'Prelude'. Brazilian pianist, Eliane Rodrigues, LITERALLY taking the performance below the stage!
  8. There have been fine recent recordings of Bach’s suites on Baroque cello, including Richard Tunnicliffe’s characterful accounts (Linn), but this, to me, feels like the set I’ve spent years waiting for. David Watkin, one of our most inspired continuo players, is a consummate virtuoso.

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