marți, 27 noiembrie 2007

BWV 861. Si BWV 1011

Vroiam sa va spun o fabula in indo-europeana, limba de la care ni se trage la totzi, dar pic de somn. Asa ca o sa va spun noapte buna si Richter. Si Bylsma. Si Bach, bineintzeles... In limba de dinainte de cuvinte.

Stiti cum se spune: Cand asculti Beethoven, asculti cea mai buna muzica creata vreodata de om. Cand asculti Mozart, e tot ce are mai bun omul, care a creat impreuna cu Dumnezeu. Cand asculti Bach, il asculti pur si simplu doar pe Dumnezeu.

Stiu: sunt patetic. Mai ales din gura unui ateu. Ipocritul de mine. Dar e adevarat. Ca de obicei, tot ce va spun e adevarat. Vorbim despre lucrurile cu adevarat importante in viata.

Richter: BWV 861 - Prelude & Fugue No. 16 in G minor

Bylsma - BWV 1011, Preludiu

4 comentarii:

Marsmallos spunea...

Is it possible for you to translate that to English? I want to understand what you said about that Richter interpretation of BWV 861 :)

Turambar spunea...

Hi Marsmallos. Thanks for dropping by :)

I was not too explicit about Richter. I've just said "Good night and Richter". But I truly believe his WTC interpretation is faultless, by far the best ever. Gould, the higly praised Gould, is mechanical and dry (not to mention the bloody humming). Gould plays Bach the way Bach wrote it. Richter, meanwhile, IMHO, plays Bach the way Bach thought it, beyond the limitations of the harpsichord. That's the Bach God plays up there, beyond the clouds... :)

Marsmallos spunea...

Ah, it seems we have the same opinions ;) I'm pianoplayer002 on youtube (that is to say the guy who uploaded that Richter interpretation), and I'm really interested to hear what people think about the two recordings (BWV 861 and 858) I have uploaded. My plan is to upload all his recordings of WTC1 when time permits and people is interested ;)

Turambar spunea...

I'll be surely interested an dI think you do a wonderful job allowing the whole world to see Richter in his full glory, playing the Well Tempered Clavier.

Keep on the good work, mate! We'll follow your uploads on YouTube... :)