Just about takes my breath away! . . . It certainly brought tears to my eyes.
Turn up your speakers!
As my father said, this is a piece of music never intended to be played on the violin; only on the organ.
He added, "Bach was a powerful organist. Researchers have known this for MANY years. Then, many years after his death, someone discovered Bach's truly amazing works for solo cello--stuff that challenges the BEST of the BEST soloists! How was it possible for Johann Sebastian to write world-class cello SOLO works unless he had mastered the instrument?"
A little about the violinist, Vanessa-Mae, whose musical style, she says, is "violin techno-acoustic fusion."
Hmmm. Maybe she's right.
I'll just call it beautiful.
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