[LAU] New Bach: 3-part invention in G-minor
Harry Van Haaren
harryhaaren at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 23:39:10 UTC 2011
Hey! Enjoyable piece, I don't think I've heard it before, or at least it
didn't seem familiar. Quite a separated piece IMO, where most notes seem
"choppy"? Ie: no big runs / speed changes, no heavy left hand chords that
ring for a couple of bars... different to my usual classical listening :-)
Thanks for posting, -Harry
On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 9:41 PM, Julien Claassen <julien at c-lab.de> wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
> Yes even more Bach, but it's beautiful. I wanted to play this for quite
> some time and just noticed a few weeks ago, that my teacher actually had the
> notes. :-)
> Or go to the website:
> This piece was - as ever - recorded in god, old, faithful Nama with the
> Sampletekk Black Grand Medium and a Concertgebouw IR reverb applied with
> jconvolver. Thanks to all involved devs!
> NOTE: The website has changed slightly. It was really very silly of me. I
> should have titled the links differently. It's enver too late. :-)
> As always, rants, comments, praise(?) welcome.
> Kindest regards
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