Bach, J. S. - BWV 1007 Prelude in D maj - Video

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DmitriTchoulanov
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Bach, J. S. - BWV 1007 Prelude in D maj - Video

Post by DmitriTchoulanov » Mon Jul 02, 2018 12:28 am

Hi every one,
and thanks to JF Delcamp for providing such an amazing transcription of this Prelude by JS Bach!!
That's what I basically use to learn and perform it whenever I can :) .
I try to have a slow tempo while rehearsing it at home, but I'm always tented by a faster one if I would like to perform it for an audience.
Any right suggestions or advices are welcome, thanks. :merci:

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Re: Bach, J. S. BWV 1007 - Prelude in D maj -Video

Post by altnaez » Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:41 am

Nice performance Dimitri.
Thanks for posting.
Albert

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Re: Bach, J. S. BWV 1007 - Prelude in D maj -Video

Post by DmitriTchoulanov » Mon Jul 02, 2018 3:37 pm

altnaez wrote:
Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:41 am
Nice performance Dimitri.
Thanks for posting.
Albert
Thanks Albert! I'm still working on it. I need to work more on this Prelude and other compositions written by Bach that I like

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Re: Bach, J. S. - BWV 1007 Prelude in D maj - Video

Post by Annette » Thu Jul 12, 2018 9:08 pm

Hi and thanks for uploading this really nice performance!

Just some thoughts:
- I had the impression, that in the very beginning of the piece the tempo wasn't really stable, which sounds a bit confusing in my ears. To avoid that, my teacher told me, always to take the time and feel the pulse and the flow of the music in my belly before I start to play.
- Another quotation of my teacher: "Notes should only sound short/ staccato because the player decided to articulate them this way and not because of technical reasons or unconsciously". So maybe you could play the last notes at the end of phrases like those in 1:16 - 1:20, which sound as if you were in hurry, a bit longer, before you go on.
- I think, in 1:55 - 2:10 the repeating notes on the high e-string are too loud. The other voice is the interesting one, and so this voice should dominate!

Yours Annette

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