BACH KOONCE PDF

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Also, I recently downloaded a discussion by Frank Koonce and very interested in his work. Thanks, again, for this post. Gerard September 28, at am - Reply Well that was just excellent Simon. Lots to take in and try to apply. Best Wishes. I would love to hear any thoughts on the chromatic ascent building to the final. He uses a single note alternating with the A, versus other editions that use 3rds or 6ths. I am keen to have a look at it.

I discuss that passage in detail in Guitoberfest, so I hope it answers some questions for you. The cello version uses the single line, however, I believe the 6ths add to the excitement and drama of the passage. It really is up to you in the end. Richard Macha September 28, at pm - Reply I have both editions.

I am very excited to get into the prelude in Guitoberfest. I love the feel and sound of the 6ths but I am thinking about how to make sure the finale is as powerful and triumphant as it should be.

Richard Macha September 28, at pm - Reply Oh, and congratulations on putting some phenomenal podcasts together Simon! Ruey Yen September 30, at am - Reply Bravo! Juanita Agostino September 30, at am - Reply Thanks so much Simon for the excellent podcasts. So insightful- I learn something new with every podcast! Lou Arnold September 30, at pm - Reply Great podcast! His catalog also includes much contemporary music. I have been working on his First Cello Suite arrangement — I think his arrangements of the first 3 suites bear witness to his approach to this music in that it is ever evolving.

Very timely for me, as I will be working on the prelude of the first cello suite in Guitoberest. Thank you for all the work you do. Leave A Comment.

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Book of the Month. Partita in a-min, BWV Reichenbach. Spatulla, a scrambled pastiche. Thank you for posting a question! Etudes simples Series 1 Zigante I tried to find performance solutions on the guitar that were as faithful as possible to the original music and to clearly delineate the necessary editorial alterations. We value your input.

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Doujinn FAQ If you want to know how to change your password or how to add an item to a completed order or the answer to many other questions, then check our updated FAQ page! During the s, guitarists of my generation were starting to become aware of stylistic concerns in the interpretation of early music. ABRSM syllabus listed publication. Spanish Guitar Bach arranged for classical guitar in modern notation. An edition of music, like anything else, is a product of its own time.

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During the s, guitarists of my generation were starting to become aware of stylistic concerns in the interpretation of early music. There was a movement towards stylistic authenticity, an attempt to re-discover the original intentions of early composers and recreate the aesthetic elements that were appropriate to their music. I tried to find performance solutions on the guitar that were as faithful as possible to the original music and to clearly delineate the necessary editorial alterations. I have since come to believe that sometimes I went too far and sometimes I did not go far enough in doing this: I went too far in places where the musical end-results are not justified by excessively difficult fingerings needed to achieve them; I did not go far enough when I failed to provide fingerings that bring out lines that are implicit, although not specifically differentiated in the score. Bach did not always distinguish individual voices-especially inner voices — in his notation, to save the clutter of rests, ties, multiple stems and the like. I believe that in this revised edition I have been better able to integrate the idiomatic qualities and limitations of the guitar into my transcriptions while still being faithful to the spirit and intent of the original. My goal is to blend scholarship with practical performance solutions for the guitar.

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Also, I recently downloaded a discussion by Frank Koonce and very interested in his work. Thanks, again, for this post. Gerard September 28, at am - Reply Well that was just excellent Simon. Lots to take in and try to apply. Best Wishes. I would love to hear any thoughts on the chromatic ascent building to the final.

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