Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

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Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by joachim33 » Sat Mar 04, 2017 10:37 am

Hi

This is a few years old, but I don't think it was shared here before. One of the most amasing guitar videos I know. That a human is capable of that concentration I find astonishing. When I saw this the first time I was exhausted in the end, just from listening to it:

https://youtu.be/S3Ka7t6SBVg

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by petermc61 » Sat Mar 04, 2017 10:44 am

Yep, pretty impressive stuff.

It's also a good recording to show why Hauser I's sell
for high prices.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by Jack Douglas » Sat Mar 04, 2017 3:25 pm

Wow, just wow! I fully agree with Peter.
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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by Feynman » Sat Mar 04, 2017 3:54 pm

That's about eighteen of my favorite things all in one video. I've listened to it multiple times, but I thank you for reminding me of it.

I used to pore over the printed GSI catalogs I'd get in the mail...this high quality video thing is a whole new level of enticement. GSI and Siccas are setting a high bar.
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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by joachim33 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 2:54 pm

petermc61 wrote:Yep, pretty impressive stuff.

It's also a good recording to show why Hauser I's sell
for high prices.
Hi Peter

Yep, it nicely demonstrates how special Hermann Hauser I was as a Luthier. Segovia played his guitar over many years. This poor guitar is now in a museum instead of being played.

To my understanding Hauser was extremely important for the development and promotion of the classical guitar as a respected instrument. I think without his work many of us would do something else than playing classical guitar.

J.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by JohannesO » Sun Mar 05, 2017 3:04 pm

great, thank you
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Bach BWV 1004 by Raphaella Smits

Post by joachim33 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 3:06 pm

Since writing I discovered another video. This time by Raphaella Smits on an historic 8-string guitar. In comparison to Marc she looks effortless and seems to suffer less. One could now argue whether or not the two extra strings make matters easier for her :wink:

I think two outstanding performances.

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This time John Feely (Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I)

Post by joachim33 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:54 pm

I discovered another live recording of BWV 1004 on youtube (again a few year old) which I like a lot. This time by John Feeley. I like the sound of his guitar a lot. The recording sounds very authentic to me - a fair number of guitar noises, not over polished.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by Laudiesdad69 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:13 am

joachim33 wrote:Hi

This is a few years old, but I don't think it was shared here before. One of the most amasing guitar videos I know. That a human is capable of that concentration I find astonishing. When I saw this the first time I was exhausted in the end, just from listening to it:

https://youtu.be/S3Ka7t6SBVg
Wow, was he playing on brand new strings? He had to make tuning adjustments five times. Great performance though. I wish that I could do that. That was long. But I was on the edge of my seat the whole time-it didn't seem like 14 minutes. It felt more like five. That is great when a performance captures your attention. What can I say, I wish hat I could play so well.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by spanishguitarmusic » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:39 am

Wow, simply amazing! The player hardly ever looked at the fingerboard, what an amazing player and command of the instrument. Great facial expressions as well! :merci: for sharing the link to the video! :bravo: :bye:

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by SteveL123 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:16 am

Here are more BWV 1004 live recordings I've listened to recently

Tengyou Zhang of China in a competition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiHYCRb4yug&t=21m45s

Ben Verdery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quf_ukqCXN0
The video is live but the audio was done in a studio

Kuang JunHong China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPlboeTiJfo
He was 11 or 12 when this was recorded. I think he's 16 now. I may go see him in a recital end of March in Maryland where this piece is in the program.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by joachim33 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:43 am

SteveL123 wrote:Here are more BWV 1004 live recordings I've listened to recently

Tengyou Zhang of China in a competition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiHYCRb4yug&t=21m45s

Ben Verdery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quf_ukqCXN0
The video is live but the audio was done in a studio

Kuang JunHong China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPlboeTiJfo
He was 11 or 12 when this was recorded. I think he's 16 now. I may go see him in a recital end of March in Maryland where this piece is in the program.
Hi Steve

Thanks for contributing and sharing these. Kuang's performance is amazing, showing a deep understanding of the music. I am wondering what like he will be once he is in his 40ies or 50ies.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by rkguitar16 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:44 pm

Remarkable ability. Not sure I have every heard such a powerful instrument as this. Teicholz seems completely in the moment. Thanks for posting the link.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by SteveL123 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 9:43 pm

joachim33 wrote:
SteveL123 wrote:Here are more BWV 1004 live recordings I've listened to recently

Tengyou Zhang of China in a competition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiHYCRb4yug&t=21m45s

Ben Verdery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quf_ukqCXN0
The video is live but the audio was done in a studio

Kuang JunHong China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPlboeTiJfo
He was 11 or 12 when this was recorded. I think he's 16 now. I may go see him in a recital end of March in Maryland where this piece is in the program.
Hi Steve

Thanks for contributing and sharing these. Kuang's performance is amazing, showing a deep understanding of the music. I am wondering what like he will be once he is in his 40ies or 50ies.
You're welcome! Yeah, for someone so young, probably born with talent and had good teacher(s). Notice how little string squeaks are in his playing? I'd imagine if he continues playing/ developing, studying with a good teacher (currently at Peabody with Manuel Barrueco), he can only get better.

Just listened to Marc Teicholz's Chaconne, great interpretation. I didn't know about him and googled him just now. He's studied at Yale so was a student of Ben Verdery, of which I posted a link to Ben's recent video of the Chaconne, which is another wonderful interpretation.

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Re: Bach BWV 1004 by Marc Teicholz on a Hauser I

Post by joachim33 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:56 pm

Laudiesdad69 wrote: Wow, was he playing on brand new strings? He had to make tuning adjustments five times.
To me, his retuning adds to the performance. When playing, I might notice that something isn't right, but I wouldn't know which string to adjust in which direction. When retuning he doesn't seem to loose his rhythm.

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