BACH & FRIENDS
Johann Sebastian Bach can be regarded as the father of music written for solo cello. With his Six Suites of dances for cello, he composed a benchmark work that all cellists measure themselves against sooner or later. This humanist work touches the core of every listener with simplicity, sincerity and elegance.
How did this superlative work inspire composers over the course of time?
How were certain conventions breached in order to arrive at the music of today?
- Johann-Sebastian Bach : 3. Suite für Violoncello solo BWV 1009 (1722) in C-Dur : Prélude
- Xavier Dayer : Cantus II (2016)
- Johann-Sebastian Bach : Allemande
- Luciano Berio : Les mots sont allés (1978)
- Johann-Sebastian Bach : Courante
- Sofia Gubaidulina : Prélude no1 – Staccato, Legato (1974)
- Johann-Sebastian Bach : Sarabande
- György Kurtág : Az hit… (1998)
- Johann-Sebastian Bach : Bourrées I et II
- Witold Lutoslawski : Sacher Variation (1975)
- Johann-Sebastian Bach : Gigue
- György Ligeti : Capriccio (1952)
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