Long admired for his interpretation of Bach's six Sonatas and Partitas for unaccompanied violin, Jaap Schröder, a leading international soloist, here provides a detailed but informal guide to their performance. Bach’s sublime solo violin works have long been central to the baroque music repertoire. No serious violinist can avoid studying them, and few concert artists can resist the temptation of performing them.
This is a book for advanced students and performers. Using it is an experience akin to a master class conducted by a uniquely accomplished practitioner. The text is devoted almost entirely to practical matters bowing, phrasing, ornamentation, tempi, and so on. Schröder strongly recommends the use of a baroque violin and, especially, baroque bow, but his interpretive insights and suggestions are equally applicable to modern violinists.
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Jaap Schröder, the Dutch maestro, is increasingly active in the United States where he is visiting lecturer at Yale University. His Smithsonian recording of the Sonatas and Partitas has recently been reissued on the Naxos label.Review:
"Jarp Schröder, long admired for his interpretation of the sonatas and partitas for unaccompanied violin, here provides a detailed, informal guide to their performance."--American String Teacher (American String Teacher 2010-08-01)
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Book Description Yale University Press, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M030012466X
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