8 The very first measure is this lovely soaring arpeggio on a G major chord. 4 2 -  0.0/10 Gigue 6 Text I: Based on the copies by Anna Magdalena Bach, Johann Peter Kellner. *#457960 - 0.27MB, 10 pp. The piece is already so repetitive that it makes perfect sense to add more loops. *#636281 - 0.22MB, 4 pp. 4 My favorite interpretation is by Mstislav Rostropovich. 10 8 0.0/10 4 0.0/10 4 But the bass note continues to be G, not D or A. 8 10 The copy I own, was published in a collection of Bach's cello suites transcriptions by Bream, which goes by the catalog number F0309. 8 *#268081 - 0.07MB, 2 pp. *#636286 - 0.14MB, 2 pp. 10 8 Post was not sent - check your email addresses! *#173147 - 2.66MB - 2:54 -  10 0.0/10 -  2 I then carefully aligned it to with the audio from Rostropovich’s recording. 10 Shin-Itchiro (2010/9/16), Complete Score (with slurs) 2 Stade's revised arrangement incorporated features from the Dotzauer and Grützmacher editions, while the original version is mainly based on Norblin's edition from ca.1824. 8 "Editor's Notes" is written for cellist, but it must be useful also for violist. 10 The third measure is similar too: This chord is harder to understand. *#115472 - 4.62MB - 3:21 -  4 6 4 Allemande • 3. -  Allemande • III. 4 2 2 8 Complete Score Click the image to see it full size: Here’s a Noteflight transcription (not created by me.) Appart from the 1st suite prelude in D (orig. The second section of the piece begins with this lovely series of scale runs, going from the end of measure 22 through measures 23 and 24 and into the first half of measure 25. *#310845 - 21.41MB - 18:42 -  *#22400 - 3.83MB, 6 pp. 6 8 0.0/10 4 2 2 Courante 10 0.0/10 6 Menuetto I & II *#35686 - 0.48MB, 13 pp. 6 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 13×⇩ - Rockzaemon, III. 2 2 -  *#161926 - 0.03MB, 2 pp. Courante • IV. 3 in C is folky and relaxed – Paul Tortelier’s performance shows off its friendly character. Instead, in measure 22, Bach continues to arpeggiate D7/C. 4 *#115475 - 3.54MB - 2:34 -  8 0.0/10 4 4 4 10 10 8 10 10 *#161925 - 0.03MB, 2 pp. It’s voiced root-fifth-tenth, which is a film score cliche for Westerns because it suggests wide-open spaces: Already, there seem to be three voices present: a “bassline” playing G, a “top-line melody” playing B and A, and a “countermelody” playing D. Now compare that to the second measure: The melody has exactly the same contour and the same bass note here as in the first measure, but the middle “voice” is playing E and the top “voice” is playing C and B. "Editor's Notes" is written for cellist, but it must be useful also for violinist. 2 -  10 *#419631 - 0.27MB, 2 pp. 10 Cello Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007 (Bach, Johann Sebastian) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 7 movements Composition Year 1717-23 Genre Categories: *#497638 - 2.15MB, 20 pp. Each suite consists of movements named for various dances, and they all begin with a prelude — an improvisatory movement meant to establish the key of the suite, as well as reoccurring themes and motifs. 2 Suite No. Sarabande • 6. Play the two notes in isolation, the combination is so dissonant that it can peel paint. Gigue 0.0/10 *#115474 - 3.94MB - 2:51 -  -  0.0/10 Peter (2008/9/27), Complete Piano, Cello Parts But in the second to last note in the phrase, he precedes the climactic D with a C-sharp. Gigue, II. 0.0/10 10 0.0/10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 2712×⇩ - Reccmo, Notes on Recorder Technique 6 *#636284 - 0.13MB, 2 pp. *#98290 - 1.45MB, 75 pp. -  I guess you could think of this as being a quick jump to the key of D major via a momentary A7 chord. Menuet I/II • 6. This edition without slurs was edited based on the manuscripts of Johann Peter Kellner and Anna Magdalena Bach. Rockzaemon (2020/7/13), ⇒ 6 more: II. 4 8 Minstrel (2015/11/2), Engraving files (Lilypond) 10 *#185297 - 5.01MB - 2:11 -  *#590528 - 0.12MB, 8 pp. 10 8 This passage is all pleasantly diatonic except for the beginning of measure 24, when Bach uses the notes E-flat, D, C-sharp, D. Neither E-flat nor C-sharp belong to the key of G; they are both seriously dissonant. Travelsbypiano (2011/8/28), ⇒ 5 more: 2. 2 -  -  10 Allemande From harmonic context, you’d expect it to be a straightforward D7 chord. *#268337 - 0.07MB, 4 pp. -  8 The fake cello sound in Noteflight is pretty terrible, so I changed it to electric piano. 10 Menuet II • VII. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 11680×⇩ - arranger, PDF typeset by arranger First, some context. *#636280 - 0.10MB, 4 pp. Sarabande -  8 -  8 *#241776 - 2.15MB, 12 pp. -  -  6 6 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 2248×⇩ - MID - Reccmo, MID file (audio/video) 10 6 *#541488 - 0.05MB, 2 pp. *#129125 - 0.09MB, 2 pp. 2 *#268335 - 0.08MB, 4 pp. 2 8 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 41295×⇩ - MP3 - Thomas Auner, MP3 file (audio) (-) - !N/!N/!N - 1273×⇩ - MP3 - Darrell Jacobi, 6. -  Bach is doing what jazz musicians call a chromatic enclosure, when you surround a target note (in this case D) with the notes a half-step above and below it. Leipzig: Gustav Heinze, n.d.[1864]. The phrase leading up to it is a really weird one. Gigue Allemande 0.0/10 2 10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 1019×⇩ - MP3 - Travelsbypiano, 5. Vlavasa (2018/9/14), Complete Score (French tab) 0.0/10 0.0/10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 2354×⇩ - Reccmo, Engraving files (Encore) *#541490 - 0.04MB, 2 pp. 8 10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 18951×⇩ - MP3 - Papalin, 4. 4 6 0.0/10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 2076×⇩ - RSB, Treble Recorder 0.0/10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 15759×⇩ - BaroqueHeart, PDF scanned by arranger Allemande 0.0/10 0.0/10 8 0.0/10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 6170×⇩ - Elaine Fine, PDF typeset by arranger (-) - V/V/V - 129×⇩ - Schalltrichter, PDF scanned by US-GRB Gigue 6 10 0.0/10 Thomas Auner (2011/3/17), 1. (-) - V/V/V - 136909×⇩ - shikamoo, PDF scanned by Unknown (-) - !N/!N/!N - 7138×⇩ - Reccmo, PDF typeset by arranger 8 8 in G) BWV 1007, it also includes the 4th suite prelude in E-flat BWV 1010 (transcribed to E natural). *#70851 - 0.90MB, 6 pp. 4 *#425261 - 0.38MB, 2 pp. 8 6 6 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 17569×⇩ - MP3 - Papalin, 5. -  4 So I made a remix where everything gets repeated four times. These suites are all masterpieces in music and considered a rite of passage for cellists to study and master. 8 *#541489 - 0.08MB, 4 pp. 2 6 Let’s ditch “The Star-Spangled Banner” and make “Lean On Me” our national anthem instead. *#320961 - 0.15MB, 7 pp. 4 2 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 102×⇩ - Vlavasa, Complete Score (French tab only) 10 0.0/10 Prélude Menuett & 6. Gigue, 2.

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