The Famous Bach Cello Suite in Six Different Interpretations

The Bach Cello Suite are among the most famous works composed works for this imposing musical instrument. These suites are some of the individual pieces preferred by many cellists and are constantly present in the repertoire of the best artists. Bach organized all the suites in six movements: Prelude, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Menuet and Gigue.

Here, we will hear the suite number 1 for cello by Johann Sebastian Bach in six different interpretations.

Bach cello Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007

Prelude (Ophélie Gaillard)

 

Allemande (Miklós Perényi)

 

Courante (Colin Carr)

 

Sarabande (Xavier Foley)

 

Menuet 1 and 2 (Josephine van Lier)

 

Guige (Benjamin Harris)

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