Suite para Cello N° 1 - Prelude - Mandolin cover by Rodnell Matos

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    Un cordial saludo musical.
    Las Suites para violonchelo solo, BWV 1007-1012 son un conjunto de piezas escritas por el compositor barroco alemán Johann Sebastian Bach. Aunque resulta difícil establecer con exactitud cuándo fueron compuestas, sabemos que las suites vieron la luz durante el llamado "período de Cöthen", cuando Bach ejercía como maestro de capilla en la corte del príncipe Leopoldo de Anhalt-Cöthen. A diferencia de la otra gran colección bachiana para instrumento de cuerda solo, las seis Sonatas y partitas para violín, no conservamos el manuscrito del propio compositor, sino una copia redactada por su segunda esposa, Ana Magdalena, y que debemos fechar en torno a 1720 o 1721.

    Son unánimemente consideradas como una de las mayores obras para violonchelo jamás escritas. Prácticamente relegadas a una mera función didáctica hasta su "redescubrimiento" por parte de Pau Casals a finales del siglo XIX, se han convertido con el paso de las décadas en parte habitual del repertorio y auténtica piedra de toque para los violonchelistas.
    Aquí está mi versión de esta maravillosa obra, que lo disfrutes.
    Rodnell.

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    A cordial musical greeting.
    A cordial musical greeting.
    The Suites for solo cello, BWV 1007-1012 are a set of pieces written by the German Baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach. Although it is difficult to establish exactly when they were composed, we know that the suites saw the light of day during the so-called "Cöthen period," when Bach served as chapel master at the court of Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cöthen. Unlike the other great Bachian collection for solo string instrument, the six Sonatas and partitas for violin, we do not preserve the composer's own manuscript, but a copy written by his second wife, Anna Magdalena, which we must date around 1720 or 1721.

    They are unanimously considered one of the greatest works for cello ever written. Practically relegated to a mere didactic function until their "rediscovery" by Pau Casals at the end of the 19th century, they have become over the decades a regular part of the repertoire and a real touchstone for cellists.

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    Here is my version of this wonderful work, enjoy.
    Rodnell.

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