What We Make of Bach #2212
. . . interpretations, elaborations, transcriptions, and new fantasies all spring from Bach‘s example.
Check out Harbison’s book What Do We Make of Bach?, a series of essays exploring his lifetime absorption of an involvement with the music of Bach.
BACH: Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelentlust, fr Cantata BWV 170 –Gérard Lesne, counter-tenor; Raphaël Imbert, saxophone; Manfred Quartet; Michel Péres, bass; André Rossi (2003 Daldasso/Parish Church, Bouc Bel Air, France) Zig-Zag Territories 080101
Filler – BACH: Fugue in d (Choralis & Organo 2003-01…see above)
Filler – TIMM (see above)
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