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Johann Sebastian Bach: Six Suites For Violoncello Solo: Cello Solo

Bwv 1007-1012

COMPOSER: Johann Sebastian Bach
PUBLISHER: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Collection
Urtext edition with articulation markings - Soft-cover performing edition. When you think cello, you think of Bach’s immortal cello suites. The suites take centre stage in the cello literature. They aretimeless and beautiful and accompany cellists from their student years up through their
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Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Editor Andrew Talle
Publisher Bärenreiter-Verlag
Instrumentation Cello
Product Format Instrumental Collection
Style Period Baroque
Style Baroque
ISMN 9790006565771
No. BA5257
Number of pages 101
Series Bärenreiter Urtext
Description

Urtext edition with articulation markings - Soft-cover performing edition.

When you think cello, you think of Bach’s immortal cello suites.

The suites take centre stage in the cello literature. They aretimeless and beautiful and accompany cellists from their student years up through their professional career at the highest level.

Appropriately and not surprisingly there are countless editions of the suites. But thecomposer’s autograph has not come down to us. It is lost and this circumstance has always been a major challenge for editors. The four surviving handwritten sources and the original first edition of 1824 differ inmanydetails, the articulation and phrasing being particularly ambiguous.

At Bärenreiter, having published the New Bach Edition and presently publishing the New Bach Edition-Revised, we feel particularly committed tothe cello suites. We have approached the editorial problems from several angles and have published editions that meet the needs of students and professional performers alike.

This new edition, based on volume 4 of the NewBach Edition – Revised (NBArev), now completes Bärenreiter’s collection of the cello suite editions. Andrew Talle has fundamentally reassessed the relations between the surviving sources and has drawn conclusionsregarding their evaluation and consequently the genesis of the suites. His evaluations are augmented with thorough discussions of the instrument for which the suites were conceived and the interpretative practices in Bach'sday.

The musical text of the edition is based on these findings. It approaches the composer's original intentions as far as the sources will permit. Details regarding articulation were deemed as being viable and were addedto the musical text if they appeared in the majority of the sources. “This edition does not present a perfect reconstruction of the lost autograph; no editor could claim to do so. Instead, I have attempted to providemusicians and scholars with a reliable version of the surviving musical text of the six cello suites and to shed light on the options which the Bach sources offer.”

- Urtext edition with articulation by the editor on

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