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St. James Singers & Baroque Players Lyrics


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Prelude If you hear A song in blue Like a flower crying For the…

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Liam Pitcher

Ceaseless work, analysis, reflection, writing much, endless self-correction, that is my secret.
― Johann Sebastian Bach

j mulcare

Thanks for this rich discussion and expanding insight of the artist/teacher. NY

Rozalina Gutman

Great idea to have the exchange on the subjects related to controversial issues of J.S,Bach.  It would have been very helpful to have the names of all participants spelled and listed in the comments, not to mention, provide the links to their work, along with the appreciation for their contribution to the program: 
Daniel R. Melamed, scholar and author,
Melinda Wagner, Pulitzer Prize winning composer
Time Andres, pianist and composer
James Wood, staff writer for the New Yorker Magazine

Vladi Nekolov

I think the last words of Melinda Wagner on drama in music are very perceptive

Nannenstein Nani

Good comment about the Bachround ;)

Pietrus Abalardus

How could one posssibly find one more new paragraph to write about Johann Sebastian Bach, a man who has been written about as much as Abraham Lincoln. Musicology, which I taught, studied oth here and in Europe, published on (JAMS, 1978; MQ 1969, et al.) is turning into the same personalized scam that the study of Literature is.

Rozalina Gutman

I appreciate the point about the development process in J.S.Bach’s Music, but it is strange that at the same time the composer SELF-CONFLICTS herself saying she sees no compositional innovations in J.S.Bach legacy.

Peter Boe

She needs read Christoff Wolff’s latest book. Bach actually created several compositional innovations.

Santiago Morales

Bach is life