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Playlist of Bach Cello Suites

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  • J.S. Bach: 6 Suites for Cello Solo played by István Várdai

    2:18:51

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    About this album:
    In May 2014 the Hungarian cellist István Várdai performed three Bach Suites at an unusual venue in New York: not the storied glamour of Carnegie Hall or the hip 92st St Y, but the Board of Officers Room in the recently renovated Armory on Park Avenue, a room no less redolent of distinguished history: to which he made his own distinguished contribution according to the New York Times, with a recital which concluded with a ‘superb’ performance of the Sixth Suite.
    Bach’s iconic solo suites form the pinnacle of the entire cello repertoire, the ultimate challenge and a Mount Everest every young and aspiring cellist has to climb, no matter how often that has already been done.
    Young Hungarian cellist István Várdai is winner of the Geneva Competition, 3rd prize Tchaikovsky Competition 2007 and first prize winner of the prestigious ARD competition in 2014. He embarked on a successful international career, having played with Mikhael Pletnev, Adám Fischer, Zoltán Kocsis, and chamber music partner of Gidon Kremer, Mischa Maisky, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Andras Schiff, Klára Würtz and many others.


    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude
    00:02:52 Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: II. Allemande
    00:07:08 Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: III. Courante
    00:10:01 Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: IV. Sarabande
    00:12:39 Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: V. Menuet I & II
    00:15:56 Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: VI. Gigue 1
    00:17:32 Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: I. Prelude
    00:21:25 Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: II. Allemande
    00:25:07 Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: III. Courante
    00:28:29 Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: IV. Sarabande
    00:32:30 Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: V. Bourrée I & II
    00:36:13 Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: VI. Gigue
    00:39:31 Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: I. Prelude
    00:46:20 Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: II. Allemande
    00:51:10 Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: III. Courante
    00:53:20 Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: IV. Sarabande
    00:57:12 Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: V. Gavotte I & II
    01:02:08 Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: VI. Gigue
    01:04:17 Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: I. Prelude
    01:08:20 Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: II. Allemande
    01:11:27 Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: III. Courante
    01:13:29 Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: IV. Sarabande
    01:17:48 Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: V. Menuet I & II
    01:20:38 Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: VI. Gigue
    01:23:12 Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: I. Prelude
    01:27;45 Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: II. Allemande
    01:32:06 Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: III. Courante
    01:35:47 Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: IV. Sarabande
    01:40:09 Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: V. Bourrée I & II
    01:45:04 Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: VI. Gigue
    01:47:48 Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: I. Prelude
    01:52:54 Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: II. Allemande
    02:01:12 Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: III. Courante
    02:05:10 Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: IV. Sarabande
    02:10:45 Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: V. Gavotte I & II
    02:14:38 Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: VI. Gigue

    Artist:
    István Várdai (cello)

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  • Yo Yo Ma - Bach Six Cello Suites - BBC Proms 2015

    2:42:38

    Yo-Yo Ma plays the entire Six Unaccompanied Suites by Johann Sebastian Bach at the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall on the 5th of September, 2015. He played for nearly three hours. A truly remarkable performance. Hope you all enjoy it!

    0:00 Introduction
    3:49 Suite I in G Major
    22:25 Suite II in D Minor
    42:51 Suite III in C Major - with interview and short break
    1:13:09 Suite IV in E-Flat Major
    1:40:50 Suite V in C Minor
    2:08:46 Suite VI in D Major

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  • Bach - Complete Cello Suites

    2:30:39

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    Bach - Complete Cello Suites
    Massimiliano Martinelli

    00:00 Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007:
    I. Prélude
    II. Allemande
    III. Courante
    IV. Sarabande
    V. Menuett I - Menuett II
    VI. Gigue

    17:16 Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008:
    I. Prélude
    II. Allemande
    III. Courante
    IV. Sarabande
    V. Menuett I - Menuett II
    VI. Gigue

    36:26 Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009:
    I. Prélude
    II. Allemande
    III. Courante
    IV. Sarabande
    V. Bourrée I - Bourrée II
    VI. Gigue

    1:00:20 Cello Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010:
    I. Prélude
    II. Allemande
    III. Courante
    IV. Sarabande
    V. Bourrée I - Bourrée II
    VI. Gigue

    1:24:55 Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011:
    I. Prélude
    II. Allemande
    III. Courante
    IV. Sarabande
    V. Gavotte I - Gavotte II
    VI. Gigue

    1:53:26 Cello Suite No.6 in D Major, BWV 1012:
    I. Prélude
    II. Allemande
    III. Courante
    IV. Sarabande
    V. Gavotte I - Gavotte II
    VI. Gigue

    Sound Engineer: Eustacchio Montemurro
    Mastering: Audionova Studio 4, Matera, Italy

    ABOUT MASSIMILIANO

    Massimiliano Martinelli is an Italian cellist known for his flawless technique, strong versatility and soul-stirring expressivity.

    He made his debut as soloist in 2007, playing Krzysztof Penderecki’s “Concerto Grosso per tre violoncelli e orchestra” alongside the Orchestra Giovanile Italiana (OGI). Since then, he has performed several concerts around Europe and Asia, collaborating with world-famous orchestra such as Riccardo Muti’s Luigi Cherubini Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma (Italy), Jyväskylä Sinfonia (Finland), Sinfonieorchester Basel (Switzerland), Gyeongnam Symphony Orchestra (Korea) and Hokkaido Philarmonic Youth Orchestra (Japan), and has appeared as Guest First Cello at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan.

    At the age of 23, he was appointed Principal Cello in Riccardo Muti’s Luigi Cherubini Orchestra, a role he retained for three years, performing throughout Switzerland, Malta, Russia, Spain and Italy. He went on to audition for the Teatro Comunale di Bologna, where he played First Cello until 2008. In 2010 he was hand-picked by Maestro Daniele Gatti as First Solo Cellist of Zurich’s Opera House, starting a collaboration that lasted six years.

    Also a well-known cello professor, Mr. Martinelli teaches at a number of Italian universities as well as at Zurich’s Konservatorium, and hosts various summer courses. He’s taught as Guest Professor at the Toscanini Music University of Ribera, Italy, and in 2016 received an invitation by the University of Hokkaido to give cello and chamber music masterclasses alongside his wife, cellist Fulvia Mancini.

    Born in Apulia, Mr. Martinelli studied at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia (Rome) with Francesco Strano, before relocating to Basel to further his education with Ivan Monighetti. He has won thirty-three national and international competitions, most notably the First Prize in the International Cello Competition of Liezen (Austria), the First Prize in the Arturo Bonucci Cello Competition, and the Fifth Prize in the Gyeongnam International Music Competition (Korea).

    Together with his wife Fulvia Mancini, he is the Artistic Director of the Festival Regina Musica al Castello near Rome. The couple also forms the duo Mr & Mrs Cello, and in early 2019 won a Special Award at the 1st Vienna International Music Competition after the release of their stunning debut EPs, ‘Crossover One’ and ‘Crossover Two’.

  • Mischa Maisky plays Bach Cello Suite No.1 in G

    19:28

    1. Prelude - 0:00
    2. Allermande - 2:45
    3. Courante - 7:09
    4. Sarabande - 9:47
    5. Menuet I / II - 13:41
    6. Gigue - 17:38

    Unitel 1993

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  • Bach - The 6 Cello Suites / New Mastering + Presentation

    2:10:24

    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) - 6 Suiten für Violoncello
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    Cello Suite n°1 in G / Sol Major BWV 1007
    I.Prélude - Moderato (00:00)
    II.Allemande - Molto moderato (02:29)
    III.Courante - Allegro non troppo (06:11)
    IV.Sarabande - Lento (08:43) V.Menuet I & II (11:05)
    VI.Gigue (14:19)

    Cello Suite n°2 in D / Ré minor BWV 1008
    I.Praeludium (16:13) II.Allemande (19:59)
    III.Courante (23:58) IV.Sarabande (26:12)
    V.Menuetto I & II (30:23) VI.Gigue (33:44)

    Cello Suite n°3 in C / Do Major BWV 1009
    I.Preludium (36:22) II.Allemande (39:54)
    III.Courante (43:41) IV.Sarabande (46:54)
    V.Bourée I & II (50:25) VI.Gigue (53:52)

    Cello Suite n°4 in E flat / Mi bémol Major BWV 1010
    I.Prélude - Allegro Maestoso (56:55)
    II.Allemande - Allegro moderato (1:01:15)
    III.Courante - Allegro non troppo (1:05:14)
    IV.Sarabande - Lento (1:09:14)
    V.Bourée I & II (1:13:28) VI.Gigue (1:17:08)

    Cello Suite n°5 in C / Do minor BWV 1011
    I.Prélude - Adagio ; Allegro moderato (1:19:50)
    II.Allemande - Molto moderato (1:27:05)
    III.Courante - Allegro non troppo (1:30:25)
    IV.Sarabande - Lento (1:32:26)
    V.Gavotte I & II (1:35:13) VI.Gigue - Allegretto (1:39:44)

    Cello Suite n°6 in D / Ré Major BWV 1012
    I.Prélude - Allegro moderato (1:42:08)
    II.Allemande - Quasi adagio (1:47:19)
    III.Courante - Allegro non troppo (1:54:57)
    IV.Sarabande - Lento (1:58:41)
    V.Gavotte I & II - Allegro moderato (2:03:05)
    VI.Gigue - Vivace (2:06:19)

    Cello : Pablo Casals
    Recorded in 1936,38,39, at Paris and London
    New Mastering in 2018 by AB for CMRR

    Quand Casals a eu 13 ans, son père lui a acheté un violoncelle de taille normale et l'accompagnait régulièrement pour l'aider à trouver plus de musique pour ses concerts hebdomadaires au café. Un jour mémorable, en fouillant dans un magasin d'occasion près du port, il est tombé sur les sonates de Beethoven et ensuite, à son grand étonnement, sur une étagère poussiéreuse, Six Suites pour violoncelle seul de Bach.

    Pablo Casals : Je ne connaissais même pas leur existence, et personne ne m'en avait jamais parlé. Ce fut la grande révélation de ma vie. J'étreignait mes trésors tout le long du chemin du retour. J'ai commencé à les jouer dans un état d'excitation indescriptible. Pendant douze ans, je les ai étudiés et travaillés tous les jours, et j'avais presque 25 ans avant d'avoir le courage de jouer l'un d'eux en public.
    Avant cela, aucun violoniste ou violoncelliste n'avait jamais joué une Suite dans son intégralité : l'un ou l'autre jouait une sarabande, une gavotte ou une allemande. Mais mon intention était de les jouer in extenso... avec toutes les répétitions, afin de garder la cohésion et la structure interne de chaque mouvement.
    A cette époque, ces compositions étaient considérées comme des œuvres froides et académiques. Comment pouvait-on penser que Bach était froid, alors que ces Suites semblent briller du plus éclatant des rois de la poésie''.

    Certes, entre les mains de Casal, elles n'avaient rien d'académique : bien qu'il ait scrupuleusement et minutieusement préparé et planifié chaque détail, faisant ressortir les différents fils de la texture, et n'ayant rien laissé au hasard de l'inspiration, elles donnaient une impression de spontanéité et rayonnaient d'une vie expressive. Pourtant, 35 ans s'écouleront avant qu'il ne consente à enregistrer les Suites, après avoir été incité à maintes reprises par le célèbre manager de HMV, Fred Gaisberg..

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  • J.S. Bach Cello Suites Complete

    2:25:06

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    Bach’s famous cello suites, recorded by cellist and early music specialist Jaap ter Linden. In addition to his increasing number of performances as a conductor, Ter Linden also remains active as an instrumentalist.

    Ter Linden has worked together with the creamn of early music specialist such as Andrew Manze, Richard Eggarr, Emma Kirkby and Andreas Staier. For any cellist the suites are an important touchstone. Some careers can even be measured by the recordings of these works. Until the present day they remain the ultimate challenge.

    True to his reputation, Ter Linden gives profound interpretations which invite the listener to play these performances time after time again.

    Composer:
    J.S. Bach

    Artist:
    Jaap ter Linden

    00:00:00 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Prelude
    00:03:13 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Allemande
    00:08:03 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Courante
    00:11:02 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Sarabande
    00:14:07 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV1007 : Minuet I & II
    00:17:27 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Gigue
    00:19:19 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Prelude
    00:22:56 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BVW 1009 : Allemande
    00:27:21 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BVW 1009 : Courante
    00:31:01 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Sarabande
    00:35:08 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Bourrée I & II
    00:38:52 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Gigue
    00:42:23 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Prelude
    00:48:47 Suite No. 5 In C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Allemande
    00:55:34 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Courante
    00:58:01 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Sarabande
    01:01:03 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Gavotte I & II
    01:06:23 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Gigue
    01:08:53 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Prelude
    01:12:53 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Allemande
    01:16:34 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Courante
    01:19:00 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Sarabande
    01:23:47 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Minuet I & II
    01:27:01 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Gigue
    01:29:51 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Prelude
    01:34:13 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Allemande
    01:39:01 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Courante
    01:42:48 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Sarabande
    01:47:37 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Bourrée I & II
    01:52:45 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Gigue
    01:55:36 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Prelude
    02:00:37 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Allemande
    02:08:08 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Courante
    02:11:58 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Sarabande
    02:16:23 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Gavotte I & II
    02:20:42 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Gigue

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  • Bach Cello Suites

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  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 2 in D minor BWV 1008 - Pincombe | Netherlands Bach Society

    21:58

    The second Cello Suite in D minor, performed by Steuart Pincombe for All of Bach, has a dark and introspective tone. It is one of the favourite pieces of Pincombe. As such, he was delighted when we asked him to record this suite in the Main Hall of the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. The searching character of the piece suits Pincombe’s outlook. In his playing, he always tries to create something new, rather than recreating past experiences.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on February 12th 2018 at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    This recording was made possible by Ammodo, Institute of Arts and Sciences:

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    Steuart Pincombe, cellist
    Cello: unknown

  • J.S. Bach: Cello Solo Suites No.1-6

    2:25:06

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    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
    Artist: Jaap ter Linden cello

    Bach’s famous cello suites, recorded by cellist and early music specialist Jaap ter Linden. In addition to his increasing number of performances as a conductor, Ter Linden also remains active as an instrumentalist.

    Ter Linden has worked together with the creamn of early music specialist such as Andrew Manze, Richard Eggarr, Emma Kirkby and Andreas Staier.

    For any cellist the suites are an important touchstone. Some careers can even be measured by the recordings of these works. Until the present day they remain the ultimate challenge.

    True to his reputation, Ter Linden gives profound interpretations which invite the listener to play these performances time after time again.

    00:00:00 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Prelude
    00:03:13 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Allemande
    00:08:03 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Courante
    00:11:02 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Sarabande
    00:14:07 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV1007 : Minuet I & II
    00:17:27 Suite No. 1 in G Major / G Dur BWV 1007 : Gigue
    00:19:19 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Prelude
    00:22:56 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BVW 1009 : Allemande
    00:27:21 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BVW 1009 : Courante
    00:31:01 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Sarabande
    00:35:08 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Bourrée I & II
    00:38:52 Suite No. 3 in C Major / C Dur BWV 1009 : Gigue
    00:42:23 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Prelude
    00:48:48 Suite No. 5 In C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Allemande
    00:55:35 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Courante
    00:58:01 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Sarabande
    01:01:03 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Gavotte I & II
    01:06:24 Suite No. 5 in C Minor / C Moll BWV 1011 : Gigue
    01:08:53 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Prelude
    01:12:53 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Allemande
    01:16:34 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Courante
    01:19:00 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Sarabande
    01:23:47 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Minuet I & II
    01:27:02 Suite No. 2 in D Minor / D Moll BWV 1008: Gigue
    01:29:52 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Prelude
    01:34:13 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Allemande
    01:39:01 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Courante
    01:42:48 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Sarabande
    01:47:37 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Bourrée I & II
    01:52:46 Suite No. 4 in E flat major/Es Dur BWV1010: Gigue
    01:55:37 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Prelude
    02:00:38 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Allemande
    02:08:09 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Courante
    02:11:58 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Sarabande
    02:16:24 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Gavotte I & II
    02:20:43 Suite No. 6 in D Major / D Dur BWV 1012: Gigue

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  • Suites violoncelle JS Bach / Marc Coppey

    2:33:21

    Les six suites pour violoncelle de JS Bach, interprétées par Marc Coppey. Juin 2015
    Production Séquence SDP / ARTE concerts
    Réalisation : Paul Ouazan
    Direction artistique - montage son: Cécile Lenoir
    Prise de son: Cécile Lenoir et Jean-Yves Pouyat
    Mixage : Jean-Yves Pouyat
    Montage : David Renaud
    Image : Stéphane Aveneau

  • Yo-Yo Ma - Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, Prélude

    3:16

    Yo-Yo Ma Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, Prélude

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  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 5 in C minor BWV 1011 - Suzuki | Netherlands Bach Society

    24:19

    Bach could make a cello throb like an organ, as shown in the Cello Suite no. 5 in C minor, performed by Hidemi Suzuki for All of Bach. It is the darkest of the set of Six Cello Suites. The Prelude arises from the depths like an organ prelude, culminating in what appears to be a fugue, however difficult it may be in practice to play a fugue on one cello.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on August 25th 2017 at KIT Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    This recording was made possible by Ammodo, Institute of Arts and Sciences:

    For the interview with cellist Hidemi Suzuki on the Cello Suite No. 5 in C minor (suite) go to
    For the interview with cellist Hidemi Suzuki on BWV 1011 (instrument) go to
    For more information on BWV 1011 and this production go to

    All of Bach is a project of the Netherlands Bach Society / Nederlandse Bachvereniging, offering high-quality film recordings of the works by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society and its guest musicians. Visit our free online treasury for more videos and background material For concert dates and further information go to

    Hidemi Suzuki, cellist
    Cello: Andrea Amati, Cremona, approx. 1570?

  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 in G major BWV 1007 - Swarts | Netherlands Bach Society

    17:14

    *Rectification: the key in the title of this video is accidentally misspelled as 'C major' instead of 'G major'.

    The six cello suites, of which Lucia Swarts plays the first here for All of Bach, have been handed down in a beautiful manuscript by Bach's wife Anna Magdalena, which raises many questions. Bach’s first cello suite became his most famous one. The cellist begins the well-known, comforting prelude in a gentle, radiant G major. The first bars are dominated by the single G, D and A strings, resulting in great resonance.

    This recording was made in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. It is the most famous Dutch national museum dedicated to arts and history. The room in which this recording was made, was chosen according to paintings that fitted with the Cello Suite in G major.

    Recorded on June 30th 2014 at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

    This recording was made possible by Ammodo, Institute of Arts and Sciences:

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    Lucia Swarts, cellist
    Cello: Pieter Rombouts, 1705

  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV1007 - Mov. 1-3/6

    9:28

    JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750)

    Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello, Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV 1007

    1. Prelude

    2. Allemande

    3. Courante

    Performed by Yo-Yo Ma

  • Bach, Cello suite Nº 1 Música Clásica

    18:43

    El preludio (4/4) de la primera suite puede responder en un principio al carácter de estudio o ejercicio con el que muchos críticos y músicos del pasado querían identificar todas las suites. Su sencillo comienzo de arpegios en semicorcheas así nos pueden hacer pensar, pero en la parte central un arpegio ascendente muere en un calderón y a partir de aquí hay unos compases de tránsito hacia un pasaje de «bariolage» y otro seguido de punto de pedal en re y ascensión cromática que provocan una tensión dramática tal que no cabe hablar de simple estudio. Tras estos compases (33-38) se libera parte de la tensión acumulada y el movimiento acaba de forma brillante con un amplio acorde.
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    Johann Sebastian Bach para la mayoría no necesitará presentación. Alemán del periodo Barroco, es considerado por muchos (entre los que sin duda me incluyo) uno de los más grandes músicos de la Historia de Occidente. Fue un incansable trabajador y un compositor sumamente prolífico en todos los sentidos de la palabra: la anécdota que nunca se olvida es que tuvo 20 hijos, pero si observáis el catálogo de sus obras, veréis que su descendencia musical no es menor. Bach escribió (coged aire):

    224 cantatas, 10 misas, 7 motetes, 2 pasiones completas, 3 oratorios, 188 corales, 4 lieder, 1 quodlibet, 58 cantos espirituales, 7 canon para diversos instrumentos, 2 sinfonías orquestales, 4 suites orquestales, 24 conciertos para teclado, violín, flauta solistas y orquesta, 16 sonatas para violín, flauta y viola da gamba solistas y teclado o bajo continuo, 17 suites y partitas para violín, laúd, violonchelo y flauta a solo, 1 fuga para laúd, 2 obras teóricas especulativas para diversos instrumentos, 9 sonatas en trío para órgano, 26 preludios, tocatas, fantasías y fugas para órgano, 10 fugas, fantasías y preludios sueltos para órgano, 1 ejercicio para pedal para órgano, 1 pasacalle y fuga para órgano, 1 canzone, allabreve, aria y pastoral para órgano, 6 conciertos para órgano solo, corales para órgano, 3 partitas-corales para órgano, 1 variación canónica para órgano, 30 invenciones y sinfonías para clavecín, 4 dúos para clavecín, 27 suites y partitas para clavecín, 3 minuetti para clavecín, 56 preludios, fantasías y fuga o fughettas para clavecín, 34 tocatta, preludios y fugas sueltas para clavecín, 4 sonatas para clavecín, 18 conciertos para clavecín solo, 3 arias con variaciones, 2 caprichos para clavecín, 1 applicatio para clavecín…

    Esto es, un total de 525 obras vocales y 494 instrumentales. Para que os hagáis una idea, os dejo esta oferta de una edición digital de música de Bach, según la cual su obra completa dura más de 175 horas repartidas en 172 CDs lo que equivaldría a ¡más de una semana ininterrumpida escuchando su música!

    El valor del legado de Bach es incalculable en muchísimos aspectos, necesitaría escribir un post tan largo como la obra misma del maestro para hablaros de su contribución a la música. Pero quizás la primera palabra que nos viene a la mente cuando pensamos en Bach es contrapunto. Esta técnica de escritura musical se basa en la composición de varias líneas melódicas simultáneas y de relevancia parecida que se complementan entre sí, frente a la música homofónica (varias líneas melódicas paralelas que funcionan como una sola) o la melodía acompañada (donde una sola línea melódica predomina, generalmente en la voz superior, y los demás sonidos, sin valor melódico, se limitan a acompañarla). La cuestión es bastante más compleja que lo expuesto aquí, pero creo que lo resume. Os dejo también una analogía gráfica que puede aclarar los conceptos.
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  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor BWV 1008, complete; Eva Lymenstull | Voices of Music 4K

    19:52

    The Suite in D Minor, complete, performed on an original baroque cello by Eva Lymenstull. Eva is the winner of the 2017 Voices of Music International Bach Competition.
    Prelude 0:00 Allemande 4:00 Courante 7:17 Sarabande 9:21 Menuet 13:30 Gigue 16:54
    Ms. Lymenstull plays an original, anonymous English cello ca. 1730, restored by Guust Francois in Amsterdam. Baroque bow by Kees van Hemert, the Hague, the Netherlands.
    In his cello suites, Bach creates the perfect blend of five musical senses: individual expression, technique, counterpoint, rhythm and harmony; the music has been endlessly adapted and arranged, and every cellist studies these compositions at different points in their lives.
    Much has been written about the suites, yet little is known. It seems likely that the music was composed by Bach in his usual grouping of a set of six around the year 1720, when Bach was Kapellmeister at Köthen. The date is really just a guess, based partly on the style of the music as well as the fact that we *do* have a date—1720—for the autograph copy of the violin sonatas. We are fortunate indeed to have the copy of the music written down by Bach’s wife, Anna Magdalena, as well as an autograph version of one of the suites in an arrangement for lute in Bach’s own handwriting.
    According to legend, the suites were unknown until the cellist Pablo Casals discovered them in a thrift store in Barcelona at the age of thirteen; the legend does not explain how the music could be completely unknown even if it was readily available in several printed editions. As is the case with the Brandenburg concertos, highly embellished histories of many of Bach’s works appear in the 1930s coinciding with the marketing of recordings and concert tours; invariably, these stories take the form of a “rescue,” in which masterpieces are first overlooked and then saved from perpetual obscurity owing to an improbable series of events. Such stories have made good liner notes for decades: a more balanced view is that many of Bach’s works were continuously performed and studied after the composer’s death; for example, the Well Tempered Clavier influenced generations of composers.
    The performance history and transmission of manuscripts for the cello suites begins with one of Bach’s favorite students, the composer and organist Johann Christian Kittel; Kittel was devoted to Bach’s musical style and shared Bach’s works with his own students, including the virtuoso cellist and composer Johann Friedrich Dotzauer. The other major historical figure is one Johann Peter Kellner, who copied many of Bach’s works in the late 1720s. Anna Magdalena and Kellner provide the two contemporaneous sources for the suites that survive to the present day. Kittel’s student, Dotzauer, may have been working from one of these copies or a later copy when he began the study of the works, and by 1826 demand for the music of Bach as well as for works for the cello in general had grown to the point where the suites were published by Breitkopf & Härtel in 1826. Even though Dotzauer could trace his musical style directly back to Bach, by the 1820s—one hundred years after Bach composed the suites—performers were more interested in adapting the music to the style and taste of the time as opposed to recreating a performance from the time of Bach, and Dotzauer’s influential version had the effect of obscuring the two primary sources of the music until the 1960s.
    Tracing the “thrift store” copy, we see that Dotzauer’s version was most likely passed down to his student, Karl Dreschler, and thence to Dreschler’s student, Friedrich Wilhelm Grützmacher who “edited” the copy found by Casals, bringing the suites into the 20th century complete with a turgid layer of markings, additional chords, and ornamentation reminiscent of the silent movie era. In addition to being an outstanding cellist, Grützmacher arranged and re-arranged a number of important historical works including Boccherini’s Cello Concerto in B flat Major: Grützmacher’s work fits the pattern in which composers throughout the 19th century adapted the works of Bach, Handel, Boccherini and many others for contemporaneous audiences, often adding their own musical material.
    The Bach cello suites became a permanent part of the Early Music revival in the 1960s when the Musical Heritage Society contracted Nikolaus Harnoncourt to record the set. A decade after Harnoncourt, players began to perform the suites using historical techniques in earnest, with notable recordings by Anner Bylsma and Sigiswald Kuijken.
    Voices of Music will film all six suites using our innovative 4K, ultra-high definition video process. The videos will be part of our digital library and will be free for anyone to view, anywhere in the world.
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  • J.S. Bach: Cello Suites

    2:12:09

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    Bach on a saxophone? What next? Of course J.S. Bach’s music is indestructible. But some arrangements turn out far better than others and manage to do justice to the original. The transition of music for a string instrument to wind does not seem obvious, especially when a saxophone is part of the equation, but Henk van Twillert pulls it off. The baritone saxophone proves itself to be an ideal replacement of the cello. It is not only a similarity in timbre but when played by this most skilful and imaginative Dutch saxophonist the instrument becomes totally adaptable to baroque music.

    So should Bach be played on a saxophone? Listen to this release and you will know the answer. It may vary from ‘why not’ to ‘definitely’!

    Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
    Artist: Henk van Twillert (Baritone-Saxophone)

    00:00:00 Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Prélude
    00:02:34 Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Allemande
    00:07:11 Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Courante
    00:09:59 Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Sarabande
    00:12:32 Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Minuet I & II
    00:15:49 Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Gigue
    00:17:19 Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: Prelude
    00:20:02 Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: Allemande
    00:23:30 Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: Courante
    00:25:49 Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: Sarabande
    00:29:57 Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: Minuet I & II
    00:33:10 Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1008: Gigue
    00:35:42 Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: Prelude
    00:39:11 Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: Allemande
    00:43:17 Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: Courante
    00:46:43 Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: Sarabande
    00:51:12 Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: Bourrée I & II
    00:55:00 Suite No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1009: Gigue
    00:56:33 Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: Prelude
    01:00:05 Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: Allemande
    01:04:07 Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: Courante
    01:08:02 Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: Sarabande
    01:12:51 Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: Bourrée I & II
    01:17:45 Suite No. 4 in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: Gigue
    01:20:42 Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: Prelude
    01:26:34 Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: Allemande
    01:32:39 Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: Courante
    01:35:05 Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: Sarabande
    01:38:34 Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: Gavotte I & II
    01:43:12 Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011: Gigue
    01:45:34 Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Prelude
    01:50:26 Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Allemande
    01:59:10 Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Courante
    02:01:55 Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Sarabande
    02:05:28 Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Gavotte I & II
    02:09:48 Suite No. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012: Gigue

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach - Cello suites in 432 Hz

    1:41:07

    Here is a selection of my 4 favourite Bach's cello suites. Even though he wrote 6 of them I love those 4 pieces. So please enjoy those masterpieces for cello i 432 Hz tuning, they are approximately 300 years old! The performer is wonderful Colin Carr... :-)

    Full play list:
    1. Cello Suite no. 1 in G, BWV 1007 0:00
    2. Cello Suite no. 3 in C, BWV 1009 18:20
    3. Cello Suite no. 5 in Cm, BWV 1011 41:05
    4. Cello Suite no. 6 in D, BWV 1012 1:08:53

    All music tracks used in this video are opensource (Public Domain Mark 3.0 so please share alike) and originally from I just tuned the music to 432 Hz for everybody, who feels it differently as I do.

    Let me know, if there is any classical music you want me to edit for you. I'll do my best and do music you ask for in 2017!

  • Jean-Guihen Queyras - J.S.Bach, Cello Suites

    2:10:01

    The painting is The Ninth Wave by Ivan Aivazovsky.

    Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
    Suite No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1008 16:23
    Suite No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009 35:21
    Suite No. 4 in E-flat major, BWV 1010 56:01
    Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011 1:18:51
    Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012 1:42:28

  • Bach Cello Suite 10 Hours

    10:00

    Cello Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007 by Johann Sebastian Bach for full 10 Hours performed by Colin Carr

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  • Interpretation Class: Bach - Cello Suite No.1 in G Major

    16:31

    Interpretations of Music: Lessons for Life
    with Benjamin Zander

    Series 2, Class 6
    Jonathan Butler, cello

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  • J.S. Bach: Violin Sonatas & Partitas, Cello Suites transcribed for harpsichord

    2:59:57

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    Composer:
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    Artists:
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    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1001: I. Adagio
    00:03:37 Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1001: II. Fuga allegro
    00:08:26 Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1001: III. Siciliana
    00:11:06 Sonata in D Minor, BWV 1001: IV. Presto
    00:14:06 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: I. Allemanda
    00:17:56 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: II. Double
    00:20:09 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: III. Corrente
    00:22:47 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: IV. Double. Presto
    00:26:02 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: V. Sarabande
    00:28:23 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: VI. Double
    00:30:30 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: VII. Tempo di borea
    00:32:33 Partita in E Minor, BWV 1002: VIII. Double
    00:34:47 Partita in G Minor, BWV 1004: I. Allemanda
    00:39:28 Partita in G Minor, BWV 1004: II. Corrente
    00:42:24 Partita in G Minor, BWV 1004: III. Sarabanda
    00:46:26 Partita in G Minor, BWV 1004: IV. Giga
    00:51:15 Partita in G Minor, BWV 1004: V. Ciaccona
    01:05:13 Sonata in G Major, BWV 1005: I. Adagio, BWV 968
    01:08:28 Sonata in G Major, BWV 1005: II. Fuga
    01:18:00 Sonata in G Major, BWV 1005: III. Largo
    01:20:21 Sonata in G Major, BWV 1005: IV. Allegro assai
    01:25:44 Partita in A Major, BWV 1006: I. Preludio
    01:30:08 Partita in A Major, BWV 1006: II. Loure
    01:32:36 Partita in A Major, BWV 1006: III. Gavotte en rondeau
    01:35:31 Partita in A Major, BWV 1006: IV. Menuet I
    01:36:34 Partita in A Major, BWV 1006: V. Menuet II
    01:38:13 Partita in A Major, BWV 1006: VI. Bourrée
    01:39:56 Partita in A Major, BWV 1006: VII. Gigue
    01:42:02 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: I. Praeludium
    01:45:55 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: II. Allemande
    01:50:50 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: III. Courante
    01:54:04 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: IV. Sarabande
    01:57:51 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: V. Bourrée I
    01:59:44 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: VI. Bourrée II
    02:00:33 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: VII. Bourée I
    02:02:08 Suite in E-Flat Major, BWV 1010: VIII. Gigue
    02:05:06 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: I. Prelude
    02:10:51 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: II. Allemande
    02:16:02 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: III. Courante
    02:18:13 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: IV. Sarabande
    02:21:29 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: V. Gavotte I
    02:23:18 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: VI. Gavotte II en rondeau
    02:24:09 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: VII. Gavotte I
    02:25:07 Suite in C Minor, BWV 1011: VIII. Gigue
    02:27:24 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: I. Prelude
    02:31:33 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: II. Allemande
    02:35:54 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: III. Courante
    02:39:25 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: IV. Sarabande
    02:43:10 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: V. Gavotte I
    02:44:37 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: VI. Gavotte II
    02:45:54 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: VII. Gavotte I
    02:46:40 Suite in D Major, BWV 1012: VIII. Gigue
    02:50:46 Allemande in A Minor, BWV 1013
    02:55:38 Sarabande in C Minor, BWV 997


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  • Yo-Yo Ma Bach Cello Suite No.1 in G Major

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    Yo-Yo Ma at the Prom 2015

  • Bach - 6 Cello Suites - Anne Gastinel

    2:19:57

    Bach - 6 Cello Suites - Anne Gastinel (Full Album)
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    Tracklist here:
    00:00 Suite No 1 en sol majeur BWV 1007: Prélude
    02:18 Suite No 1 en sol majeur BWV 1007: Courante
    07:31 Suite No 1 en sol majeur BWV 1007: Allemande
    09:59 Suite No 1 en sol majeur BWV 1007: Sarabande
    13:04 Suite No 1 en sol majeur BWV 1007: Menuet 1, Menuet 2
    16:08 Suite No 1 en sol majeur BWV 1007: Gigue
    17:47 Suite No 4 en mi bémol majeur BWV 1010: Prélude
    22:14 Suite No 4 en mi bémol majeur BWV 1010: Courante
    27:12 Suite No 4 en mi bémol majeur BWV 1010: Allemande
    30:37 Suite No 4 en mi bémol majeur BWV 1010: Sarabande
    35:24 Suite No 4 en mi bémol majeur BWV 1010: Bourrée 1, Bourrée 2
    40:30 Suite No 4 en mi bémol majeur BWV 1010: Gigue
    43:30 Suite No 5 en do mineur BWV 1011: Prélude
    49:17 Suite No 5 en do mineur BWV 1011: Courante
    56:03 Suite No 5 en do mineur BWV 1011: Allemande
    58:25 Suite No 5 en do mineur BWV 1011: Sarabande
    01:01:11 Suite No 5 en do mineur BWV 1011: Gavotte 1, Gavotte 2
    01:06:11 Suite No 5 en do mineur BWV 1011: Gigue
    01:09:24 Suite No 2 en ré mineur BWV 1008: Prélude
    01:13:06 Suite No 2 en ré mineur BWV 1008: Allemande
    01:17:01 Suite No 2 en ré mineur BWV 1008: Courante
    01:19:13 Suite No 2 en ré mineur BWV 1008: Sarabande
    01:23:34 Suite No 2 en ré mineur BWV 1008: Menuet 1, Menuet 2
    01:26:35 Suite No 2 en ré mineur BWV 1008: Gigue
    01:29:08 Suite No 3 en do majeur BWV 1009: Prélude
    01:32:06 Suite No 3 en do majeur BWV 1009: Courante
    01:35:49 Suite No 3 en do majeur BWV 1009: Allemande
    01:38:58 Suite No 3 en do majeur BWV 1009: Sarabande
    01:42:55 Suite No 3 en do majeur BWV 1009: Bourrée 1, Bourrée 2
    01:46:48 Suite No 3 en do majeur BWV 1009: Gigue
    01:50:02 Suite No 6 en ré majeur BWV 1012: Prélude
    01:54:49 Suite No 6 en ré majeur BWV 1012: Courante
    02:02:28 Suite No 6 en ré majeur BWV 1012: Allemande
    02:05:54 Suite No 6 en ré majeur BWV 1012: Sarabande
    02:11:24 Suite No 6 en ré majeur BWV 1012: Gavotte 1, Gavotte 2
    02:15:45 Suite No 6 en ré majeur BWV 1012: Gigue

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  • 10 Hours of Bach Cello Suite No.1 with Gentle Rain sounds

    10:04

    Suitable music for studying.
    I love listening Bach Cello Suite No.1 with rain sound effect in the background. So i decided to merging this video with this video

    Enjoy :)

  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 6 in D major BWV 1012 - Malov | Netherlands Bach Society

    23:51

    Cello Suite no. 6 in D major, performed by Sergey Malov for All of Bach, is exceptional in all respects. In this last suite, which is also the longest, Bach makes the instrument ascend to heaven. He does so by using an extra fifth string – ‘a cinq cordes’, as Anna Magdalena Bach described it in the manuscript. The fifth string lies a fifth above the A string, which is usually the highest. You might even argue that Bach allows the cellist to transcend their own instrument.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on November 4th 2016 at the Gashouder of the Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel and consider donating

    This recording was made possible by Ammodo, Institute of Arts and Sciences:

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    For the interview with cellist Sergey Malov on BWV 1012 (instrument) go to
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    Sergey Malov, cellist
    Violoncello da spalla: Dmitry Badiarov, The Hague, 2011

  • Bach Cello Suites | Classical Music For Reading Brainpower Studying Focus

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    01:07:09 Cello Suite No.3
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  • J.S. Bach :: Cello suite No.3 in C Major I.Prelude

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  • Yo-Yo Ma — Bach Cello Suite No. 2 in D minor

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  • Bach Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude

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    This is the prelude to Bach's incredibly beautiful Cello Suite No. 1 transcribed from the original key of G major to D major.

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  • Bach Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude

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    The Prelude from J.S. Bach's cello suite no. 1 in G Major, arranged for three cellos.
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    Performed live by cellists Cicely Parnas, Patrick Laird, and Christine Lamprea for Brooklyn Classical.

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    We had so much fun performing this arrangement! Cicely did such an incredible job with arranging the suite for three cellos - it's an entirely new and fresh way to hear this iconic piece. And for cellists, it's such a rewarding way to perform it. The first cello part remains the same as the original, so if you've already learned the piece, you can perform it easily with cello friends. The other cello parts really help to hear the harmonies well, and performing the piece as a trio really keeps your rhythm in check. If you're interested in playing this version, we have the sheet music available here:

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  • Bach Cello Suite 1: Prelude

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    Here's my rendition of one of the first Bach pieces I ever adapted for solo bass guitar. the Prelude from Cello Suite 1. I've been playing this tune on and off for years, so I'm happy to finally take time to record it for you guys. I hope you enjoy it!

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  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 3 in C major BWV 1009 - Wink | Netherlands Bach Society

    20:36

    Cellist Colin Carr sees the six suites as “Bach’s children at various stages of life”. Could no. 3 symbolise an overconfident student? Cellist Reinier Wink, the student of Bach Society cellist Lucia Swarts, who recorded the Cello Suite in C major for All of Bach, thinks that in any case the key of C major suits his own stage of life, saying “young people are simply more often cheerful”.

    Recorded for the project All of Bach on October 8th 2017 at The Loft, Amsterdam. If you want to help us complete All of Bach, please subscribe to our channel or consider donating

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  • Heifetz 2016: Beiliang Zhu | Bach: Cello Suite No. 6

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    00:22 Introduction by Beiliang Zhu
    04:29 Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012: I-Prelude
    09:43 II-Allemande
    15:30 III-Courante
    17:56 IV-Sarabande
    21:31 V-Gavotte I & II
    24:40 Gigue


    Heifetz alum and Artist in Residence Beiliang Zhu, the first to win the Leipzing International Bach Competition on a baroque instrument, offers a breathtaking performance on her 5-string baroque cello of Bach's Suite No. 6 in D major for solo cello, BWV 1012. Recorded in concert at Francis Auditorium during the 2016 Heifetz Institute Festival of Concerts in Staunton, Virginia.

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  • Mischa Maisky - Bach Cello Suite No.1 in G Major BWV1007 Full

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    My [Montagnana] cello and I have gone through several stages in our relationship. I call it my beautiful lady, since the word for cello in Russian is feminine. My cello is a she. Anyway, we fell in love at first sight. Then we had a wonderful love affair while she belonged to the Foundation. Then we became engaged when I bought it from the Foundation. Now that I've paid off the bank we are married for life. It's been 34 years since we first met. - Mischa Maisky.

    Mischa Maisky plays Bach's Cello Suite No.1 in G Major on his Domenico Montagnana Cello. Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello, Suite No.1 in G Major BWV 1007.

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    2. Allermande - 2:36
    3. Courante - 7:02
    4. Sarabande - 9:39
    5. Menuet I / II - 13:32
    6. Gigue - 17:32

  • That famous cello prelude, deconstructed

    10:20

    Bach's G major prelude has captivated cellists and music lovers for years. Cellist Alisa Weilerstein deconstructs it.

    Bach's six cello suites are considered a rite of passage for cellists. They're masterpieces of classical music, and the prelude in G major — the first movement of the suites — is perhaps the best example of Bach's power as a composer. In it, he's able to achieve rich and complex harmonic movements with just a four-stringed instrument, while using the very basic tenets of music composition. Those basic tenets are what Alisa Weilerstein, a renowned cellist and McArthur fellow, helps us understand.

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  • Yo-Yo Ma - Bach: Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, Allemande

    5:45

    Music video by Yo-Yo Ma performing Bach: Cello Suite No. 5 in C Minor, Allemande. (C) 2018 Sony Music Entertainment

  • Yo Yo Ma — Bach Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major

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    Yo-Yo Ma at the Proms 2015

  • Bach Cello Suite No.1 - SYMPHONIACS / The Berlin Sessions

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    Symphoniacs Version of Bach Cello Suite No.1

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  • J.S. Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007 “Prelude

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    KATSU plays Bach Cello Suite No. 1 “Prelude
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  • J.S. Bach, Cello Suite No.1 - Valentin Kovalev

    3:06

    J.S. BACH (1685-1750)
    Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV 1007 (transcription for saxophone)
    1. Prelude

    Performed by Valentin Kovalev
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  • How to play BACH PRELUDE Suite 1 on CELLO part 1 | Baroque Lessons

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  • Bach - Cello Suite No.1 in G, BWV 1007

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    00:05 - Prélude
    02:23 - Allemande
    07:35 - Courante
    10:13 - Sarabande
    12:50 - Menuets
    16:27 - Gigue

    Nikolaus Harnoncourt, cello

  • Bach: Prélude, Cello suite Nr.1 | Ophélie Gaillard

    2:57

    In his six Suites for unaccompanied violoncello, J. S. Bach invented a style that is specific to that instrument, while exploring all its technical possibilities to the full. Over the years, the Suites have become a monument of the cello repertoire, to which all cellists return regularly. Some of the greatest of them did not record these works until they reached their years of maturity (Casals was over sixty, Rostropovich was sixty-three), while others have not hesitated to present several versions (Yo-Yo Ma, 1990, 1998; Janos Starker, 1957, 1963, 1983). Ophélie Gaillard is among the latter. Her first recording of the Suites, released on the Ambrosia label in 2000, was highly acclaimed internationally by the critics and her performance earned her a French Classical Music Award (Victoire) as a Revelation in the Solo Instrumentalist category. Ten years later, at the request of Nicolas Bartholomée, artistic director of the label, she agreed to record a new version on a cello made in 1737 by Matteo Goffriller, a contemporary of J. S. Bach. Ophélie Gaillard had already given us a reference performance of these pieces. Now we discover a prodigiously renewed vision of this masterpiece. Recording producer: Nicolas Bartholomée Film director: Guillaume L'Hôte Filmed at Grenier de la Mothe, Bailleul Neuville


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  • J.S. Bach - Cello suites, BWV 1007~1012 - Hidemi Suzuki, Baroque Cello

    2:18:40

    Johann Sebastian Bach (21 March 1685 — 28 July 1750)
    Hidemi Suzuki (b. 1957), Cellist

    Suzuki's 2nd, out of print recording of the Suites (2004), on DHM

    Tracklist:
    Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
    Prelude
    2:54 Allemande
    7:57 Courante
    10:40 Sarabande
    13:49 Minuets 1 & 2
    16:49 Gigue

    Suite No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1008
    18:37 Prelude
    22:44 Allemande
    27:09 Courante
    29:07 Sarabande
    33:56 Minuets 1 & 2
    37:08 Gigue

    Suite No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009
    39:43 Prelude
    42:31 Allemande
    46:29 Courante
    49:31 Sarabande
    53:56 Bourrées 1 & 2
    56:45 Gigue

    Suite No. 4 in E♭ major, BWV 1010
    59:59 Prelude
    1:04:21 Allemande
    1:08:32 Courante
    1:12:00 Sarabande
    1:16:08 Bourrées 1 & 2
    1:20:49 Gigue

    Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011
    1:23:46 Prelude
    1:29:02 Allemande
    1:34:53 Courante
    1:37:07 Sarabande
    1:40:51 Gavottes 1 & 2
    1:45:22 Gigue

    Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012
    1:47:18 Prelude
    1:51:42 Allemande
    2:01:54 Courante
    2:05:35 Sarabande
    2:10:18 Gavottes 1 & 2
    2:14:37 Gigue

    Recorded 2004, Chichibu Myuzu park hall, Saitama, Japan, suites 1~5 on a c. 1570 cello attributed to Andrea Amati & suite 6 on an anonymous 18th century German Violoncello Piccolo

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  • Bach - Cello Suite No. 6 - Petrit Çeku - guitar

    18:51

    Johann Sebastian Bach
    Cello Suite No. 6 BWV 1012
    Petrit Çeku - guitar
    Arranged by Valter Dešpalj

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    2CELLOS Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser performing their arrangement of Air on the G string from Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068 by Johann Sebastian Bach with the Zagreb Soloists at their classical Back to the Roots concert at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, June 2015.

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  • Bach Cello Suite No.5 Petrit Çeku Guitar

    17:27

    Johann Sebastian Bach
    Cello Suite No.5
    BWV 1011
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    Petrit Çeku - Guitar
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  • BACH - PRÉLUDE CELLO SUITE NO.1 G MAJOR - ORGAN PEDAL SOLO

    3:00

    Jonathan Scott performs his Organ Pedal Solo version of the Prélude from Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV 1007 by JS Bach. The score of this arrangement is available here:

    Filmed on the Marcussen Organ of The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK.

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  • Yo-Yo Ma - Bach Cello Suite N°.1 - Prelude

    2:46

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    Yo-Yo Ma nasceu em Paris em 07 outubro de 1955, a China e os pais tiveram uma educação musical. Sua mãe, Marina Lu, era cantora, e seu pai, Hiao Tsiun-Ma, era um violinista e professor de música. Sua família se mudou para New York quando tinha cinco anos de idade.

    Em uma idade muito jovem, Ma começou estudando violino e depois viola , antes de encontrar sua verdadeira vocação, tomando-se o violoncelo , em 1960, aos quatro anos. Segundo Ma, a sua primeira escolha foi o baixo acústico , devido à sua grande dimensão, mas comprometido e pegou violoncelo vez. O menino prodígio começou a realizar antes das audiências aos cinco anos, e realizada para os presidentes John F. Kennedy e Dwight D. Eisenhower , quando ele tinha sete anos. [5] [6] Aos oito anos, ele apareceu na televisão americana com sua irmã, Yeou- Cheng Ma, em um concerto conduzido por Leonard Bernstein . Por quinze anos de idade, a mãe tinha se formado na Trinity School , em Nova York e apareceu como solista com a Orquestra de Harvard Radcliffe , em uma performance de Tchaikovsky Variações Rococó .

    Ma estudou na Juilliard School com Leonard Rose e atendeu momentaneamente Universidade de Columbia , em última análise, antes de se matricular na Universidade de Harvard . Antes de entrar em Harvard, Ma tocou no Festival de Marlboro Orchestra sob a direcção do violoncelista e maestro nonagenário Pablo Casals . Ma acabaria por passar quatro verões no Marlboro Music Festival após a reunião e se apaixonando por Mount Holyoke College sophomore e administrador Jill Hornor seu primeiro festival de verão lá em 1972. [7]

    No entanto, mesmo antes dessa hora, a mãe tinha constantemente ganhou fama e tinha realizado com a maioria das grandes orquestras do mundo. gravações e performances de Johann Sebastian Bach 's Suites para Violoncelo gravado em 1983 e novamente em 1994-1997 são particularmente aclamadas. Ele também teve uma boa dose de música de câmara , muitas vezes com o pianista Emanuel Ax , com quem tem uma estreita amizade de volta de seus dias juntos na Juilliard School of Music em Nova York.

    Ma recebeu seu diploma de bacharel da Universidade de Harvard em 1976. [8] Em 1991, ele recebeu um doutorado honorário de Harvard;Gregor Piatigorsky, Yo-Yo Ma, Jacqueline du Pré, William Pleeth, Pablo Casals

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