Bach: Guitar Transcriptions

Bach: Guitar Transcriptions

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by Graham Anthony Devine
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
02/28/2012
Label:
Naxos
UPC:
0747313274079
catalogNumber:
8572740
Rank:
268424

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  1. Bist du bei mir, aria arranged for voice & continuo (after Gottfried Stölzel), BWV 508  - Johann Sebastian Bach  - Graham Anthony Devine  - Stephen Moore
  2. Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004  - Johann Sebastian Bach  - Graham Anthony Devine  - Stephen Moore
  3. Cantata No. 147, "Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben," BWV 147 (BC A174): Jesus bliebet meine Freude  - Johann Sebastian Bach  - Graham Anthony Devine  - Stephen Moore
  4. Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (I), chorale prelude for organ (Orgel-Büchlein No. 41), BWV 639 (BC K68)  - Johann Sebastian Bach  - Graham Anthony Devine  - Stephen Moore
  5. Suite for solo cello No. 4 in E flat major, BWV 1010  - Johann Sebastian Bach  - Graham Anthony Devine  - Stephen Moore
  6. Nun komm der Heiden Heiland (II), chorale prelude for organ (Achtzehn Choräle No. 8), BWV 659 (BC K82)  - Johann Sebastian Bach  - Graham Anthony Devine  - Stephen Moore

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Bach: Guitar Transcriptions 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
OscarOVeterano1 More than 1 year ago
Graham Anthony Devine – J.S.BACH – GUITAR TRANSCRIPTIONS – Naxos English guitar virtuoso Graham Anthony Devine has joined a long list of his predecessors in recording an all Bach program. As mentioned in Graham Wade’s always informative liner notes, transcriptions for guitar of Bach’s music have been done since the 19th century, so the overtly familiar feel of the material presented here should come as no surprise. What is surprising (at least, for someone unfamiliar with his work) is the beauty of Mr. Devine’s playing; subtle and dynamic, his interpretations of music originally intended for cello, violin or chorus mark him as a worthy inheritor of a tradition founded by Tarrega and Segovia. This recording is highly recommended to guitar students and lovers of baroque music, but would somebody please take a decent photograph of the artist? The picture included in the liner notes makes him look like a soccer hooligan who’s sneaked backstage and stolen a guitar. 9 out of 10 Oscar O. Veterano