What Fuels Violinists’ Lifelong Fascination with the Bach Sonatas and Partitas?
Bach’s works for solo violin and cello are the Shakespearean monologues of the string world: The indefinable balance of technical mastery and interpretive insight they require is the touchstone of a great artist. Thomas May talks to six eminent violinists (Rachel Podger, Christian Tetzlaff, James Ehnes, Isabelle Faust, Gil Shaham, and Mark Kaplan) about their overwhelming … Continue reading What Fuels Violinists’ Lifelong Fascination with the Bach Sonatas and Partitas?
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