If you're a fan of the Bach cello suites or solo violin works, you have to check out Telemann's Fantasias for solo viola da gamba: youtube.com/watch?v=zUlXk…
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If you're interested, listen to my ukulele arrangement of the Prelude from Bach's 1st cello suite :) youtube.com/watch?v=cvQiS…
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Okay, I have a serious question. On the left is Telemann. Technically less difficult than the Bach Cello Suite in C major. Certainly slower. Why is it that the meter of the Telemann is kicking my arse, while the Bach bariolage is improving?
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I studied the first cello suite by J.-S. Bach and recorded myself. What do you guys think ? youtube.com/watch?v=NTFqP…
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Once u Bach the fun don't stop! Sarabande from the Cello Suites on Baritone youtube.com/watch?v=YyVKv…
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Are there any extant versions of Tortelier's 1961 recording of the Bach Cello Suites (whether digital or analogue)?

I have only been able to find the 1983 verison.

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Sarabande from Bach cello suite no. 1

I'm working my way through making videos of the Bach cello suites. So far, this is only the third one I've done (I know the sarabande is the fourth movement. I'm recording the movements in whichever order I feel like). For the sarabande, the main challenge was to play it slowly without it becoming ponderous and heavy. Practicing it with a metronome actually helped a lot with that. I need to get a decent camera someday.

https://youtu.be/cS0tcpHory8

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Bach Cello Suite No. 1 (Slowed) youtu.be/d-0hzPLcrGE
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Started learning the cello a little over a month ago, but I suck. So here is Bach Cello suite no. 1 PrΓ©lude on a tiny harp thing my mom brought home from the thrift store 2 months ago :) v.redd.it/sq73sriub7y51
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bach cello suites arrangements

i know there are a million versions floating around for free on the internet but for some reason i really want a physical copy rn so i've been shopping around for a bit to try and decide. i found a thread on here from about 3 years ago on the same topic, but they didn't talk about some of the ones that i have been looking at, specifically the international music company, peters, schirmer, and ricordi editions

basically i'm wondering if anyone owns any of them, and if they've noticed any ... weirdness i guess? bowings and fingerings i can just ignore, but in one copy i printed online there was a wrong note that i had playing wrong for months without even knowing (i later got a teacher who corrected it for me). so stuff like that, weird notes, excessive creative liberties taken, etc.

im especially leaning towards the international music company one (arr. milton katims) for very superficial reasons lol (i like the way the font looks) so if anyone has that one i'd love to know what i'm getting before i dish out $30CAD. thank you!

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Video Series - The Secret of Bach’s Cello Suites Parts 1 & 2

Hi Everybody!

My name is Andrew Ascenzo and I’m a cellist from Toronto Canada and I’ve been a member of the community here for a while using my other personal account. I wanted to share a project that I’ve been working on for the last little while.

When the pandemic was declared in March and all of my performing work was cancelled, I was at a bit of a loss with what to do with my time those first few weeks. I decided to take on a little daily project to keep me occupied and playing until I knew more about what the coming weeks and months would look like, and came up with the idea of a project I called β€œSelf-Isolation Bach.” I would record one movement of the Bach Suites a day and upload a video to Instagram to share with the world. It seemed easy at first but definitely got harder as I approached the 6th Suite!

Over the summer, I began a YouTube project called Pulse with my wife and music therapist SarahRose Black, where we would combine narratives of music and health with live performances and capture these in short video segments. As part of Pulse, we began to create videos reflecting on those early pandemic days when I was working my way through the suites. So far we have released two episodes called β€œThe Secret of Bach’s Cello Suites” featuring the first two suites. If you are interested you can view them here:

Suite No. 1 https://youtu.be/-prhlEKm45Q

Suite No. 2 https://youtu.be/4fBuqJTe0ow

There are some other cello related videos on our channel if you are interested, as well as non-cello and non-classical videos. I hope you enjoy these, and if you do please comment below and I can continue to post the the rest of the suites here as we finish up those videos.

Thank you so much!

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Questions on 1. Haydn Cello Concerto in C major 1st movement 2. Bach prelude suite 1 3. Tarantella by W.H Squire

Hi everyone, I’m a newbie for reddit and just joined in yesterday. So I may not know what are the rules that have to be followed but I really need some help on these pieces. I’m 15 and just started cello two years ago in 2018. And I would really love to get some advice from you guys. Please help!

  1. Haydn Cello Concerto 1st movement in C Major
  • There’s a lot of mixed 32nd notes here and I’m really messed up and confused by them. I’ve come through a lot of different recordings on this piece from YouTube and I already know how the piece flows. But I don’t know how to count he rhythm easily in the simplest way. I do know 32nd notes mean 8 notes per beat but I don’t know how to combine all these mixed notes together. So I would like to know how you guys deal with counting these complicated rhythm when working on Haydn Concerto. I’ve heard a method that suggest to double up the rhythm, like make 32nd notes into 16th notes and 16th becomes 8th notes etc. And once u get used to it double up the tempo. But if I do it like that, I think I would never know how to count mixed or complicated 32nd notes ever. Can anybody tell me the simplest yet understandable way to count these rhythm?
  1. Bach Prelude Suite 1
  • I have some problems with crossing strings and pressing two notes simultaneously with the same fingering ( like B at A string and G at D strings)
  • I want to achieve a ringing clear sound when crossing strings especially from bar 31 until 35 where you have to constant cross between A and D string.
  • I would also like to know how to achieve a nice clear tone when playing many notes in a bow
  • From bar 39 to 41, when we are required to press notes prior on two strings. I feel like my pinky is straining. I have quite long but slim fingers. Any solutions for slim fingers cellists to avoid strained pinky?
  • At bar 4 where we are required to press B on A string and G on D strings. I feel like there are squeaking sound when I cross strings and the same problem comes - my pinky will get a lil flat and I don’t think it’s good since I wasn’t told to have a C shape left hand shape since I start
  • there’s some bars where I need to press two strings together (like E on D string and B on A string) . But it results that my first finger is flat and can’t produce a clear and rich sound.
  1. Tarantella by W.H Squire
  • there are some double stops where some of them need to press notes and play D string simultaneously. I find it hard to achieve a clear sound too. Do I have
... keep reading on reddit ➑

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[REQUEST] Yo-Yo Ma - Johann Sebastian Bach The Cello Suites: Inspired by Bach (FLAC)
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Episode 15 Bach Cello Suite question

Does anyone know who irl preformed the version of Bach’s cello suite that Shinji plays in episode 15 after he comes home from visiting his mother’s grave? It is an unusual version and I was curious, but my Google-fu has failed me. There is also the more traditional version of the piece that is played during Death but I’m more curious about the version from the show proper.

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Switched-off Bach: the first Cello Suite performed on a baroque instrument (Carlo Testore, 1754) by Paolo Beschi youtube.com/watch?v=UahB4…
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PrΓ©lude from Suite for Unaccompanied Cello No 1 by JS Bach v.redd.it/yp2ytr6teiq51
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100 upvote I’ll play Bach cello suite prelude 1000 full suite
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Bach, Suite No. 5 in C minor for cello, Prelude, played by Edgar Meyer on double bass. Doesn't this ROCK? youtube.com/watch?v=ouFaq…
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The Christmas Song (Robert Wells & Mel TormΓ©) Meets the Bach Cello Suites! Arr. The Cello Doll youtu.be/iqCjTN3QzZo
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What are the best period-instrument recordings of the Bach cello suites?
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Mike Edwards (31 May 1948 – 3 September 2010), cellist and former founding ELO member playing Bach's 2nd Cello Suite in D Minor, Prelude youtu.be/7inzDikToek
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Bach's Cello Suite 1 and Beethoven's 5th are the singles you hear all the time, but what are some amazing classical deep cuts that deserve more recognition?
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Bach Cello Suite Prelude (BW 1007) for Recorder

This is a cut down version with the difficult bits removed and the notes that were too low transposed (you won't notice really). I think this is a nice exercise and as good as any arpeggio exercise you can find.

Score for Alto and score for Soprano

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Bach cello suite no. 2, second movement! v.redd.it/glg6f3setxj51
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[PLAY] Bach Cello Suite No. 1 | Electric guitar cover (Clean/ambient)

Link to video

For years I always thought of this as β€œthat one cello song” because it was always heard in in passing, you know, movie theaters, doctor offices, and other background scenes.

I have no formal music training so I was never exposed to this song in a learning environment. I knew who Bach was but I had no idea that this composition belonged to him. Despite this being a background sound, whenever I heard it I would tune in. Something about the deep resonance of a Cello really pulls me in.

Eventually I learned the name and thought:

β€œI wonder how that would sound on a clean, electric guitar.”

So here we are a couple months later, shit is difficult.

Let me know what you think!

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Bach's Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major played on the Guqin (叀琴), which is a Chinese zither pitched in the bass register youtube.com/watch?v=l5v40…
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