Friday, July 20, 2012

J.S. Bach - Sinfonia #1 (Three-Part Inventions)

I thought I would take some time off from Bach after completing my series on Bach's two part inventions. Yet, I only managed to record one video, Beethoven's "Fur Elise", before coming back to Bach. For me, practicing Bach's music is simply the best exercise in tone production and fingering technique. It will truly be a sad day when I complete his works. Fortunately for me, he was a prolific writer and most all his works are held in very high regard. I doubt I will ever come close to recording his complete works for keyboard.

Here is my recent recording of J.S. Bach's Sinfonia #1 in C Major. These pieces, as well as the two-part inventions, were written as technical studies for his piano students. We assume they were implemented for keyboard technique as well as compositional analysis of the counterpoint style. I hope you enjoy my take on this Baroque masterpiece.

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