Bach : 6 Solo Cello Suites — Erling Blöndal Bengtsson, Иоганн Себастьян Бах. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными. Yo-Yo Ma recorded J.S. Bach 's Six Unaccompanied Cello Suites on two occasions, first for release on LP in 1983, then again in 1997 on CD. It is the 1983. View. PDF scanned by GB-LEbc · Generoso (2012/10/13). Extract partsOrder a printed copyFile permlinkDiscuss this. Kotova's Bach is profound. almost furious. alternately singing and pleading the solo line.. complete Bach Suites for Unaccompanied Cello recorded on.
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Most helpful reviews. 5. 0 out of 5 stars Straightforward but soulful. By David C. Moses on June 9, 2000. I own three popular recordings of the Bach cello suites and can check out two others from a local library. But this recording is by far the one that I listen to most often.
One reason has to be the quality of the recording, which I think is generally acknowledged. But more important are Ma's impeccable technique and good musical taste: he plays what Bach wrote, and plays it more clearly and with less unnecessary embellishment than anyone else I have heard. (Call me a purist if you want to, but in my opinion piling on the rubato does not convert the cello suites into a mystical experience.
When I applaud Ma's technique and say that he plays what Bach wrote, I am not implying that he plays mechanically -- not at all. He plays quite soulfully in my opinion.
For example, he brings the Gigue of Suite 1 to life as Casals and Starker, at least, do not. He does that with dynamic variation, and by controlling the tone of his cello, mixing sweet phrases with scratchy ones. I wish that Gigue were included in Amazon's samples, as it would put to rest any charges of mechanical playing. One customer reviewer said that if the name Ma were taken off the package, all that would remain would be another mediocre rendition of Bach's cello suites. I disagree strongly.
I bought the recording on a friend's recommendation, and was not particularly a Ma fan at that time. It is this recording that made me a Ma fan. Of course, my opinion about this recording is not intended to take away from other great performances. And I haven't heard the later Ma recording yet; maybe it is even better. But as far as I'm concerned, Ma's great technique and straightforward yet soulful approach to the suites should allow this recording to stand proudly among the best of them.