Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010

Suite no. 4 is one of the most technically demanding of Bach's suites, as E-flat is an uncomfortable key on the cello and requires many extended left hand positions. The Prelude primarily consists of a difficult flowing quaver movement that leaves room for a cadenza before returning to its original theme. The very peaceful Sarabande is quite obscure about the stressed second beat, which is the basic characteristic of the 3/4 dance, since, in this particular Sarabande, almost every first beat contains a chord, whereas the second beat most often ... more

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RecordingJ.S Bach - Suite No.4 in E flat - I. Prelude
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RecordingJ.S Bach - Suite No.4 in E flat - II. Allemande
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RecordingJ.S Bach - Suite No.4 in E flat - III. Courante
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RecordingJ.S Bach - Suite No.4 in E flat - IV. Serabande Bourree No.1
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RecordingJ.S Bach - Suite No.4 in E flat - V. Serabande Bourree No.2
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RecordingJ.S Bach - Suite No.4 in E flat - VI. Serabande Gigue
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RecordingPrelude from Cello suite n. 4
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RecordingBourree from Cello suite n. 4
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RecordingGigue from Cello suite n. 4
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Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010
Cello Suite no. 4 in Eb, BWV 1010

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