Analysis of bachs 48 preludes and fugues
Analysis of Bachs 48 Preludes & Fugues - Book 1: For Piano by Johann Sebastian Bach
Analysis of Bach's 48 Preludes & Fugues – Book 1
But it is also very complex music, with many voices doing many things at the same time. Hearing and understanding everything that is going on is not straightforward, and it is not something that can be achieved just by listening, even after many repeat listenings. To fully comprehend how this music is crafted, it is necessary to read it. Reading and listening to this Bach masterpiece just got easier with a new video that combines two open source scores with the piano playing of Kimiko Ishizaka to present you a complete performance of the Well-Tempered Clavier. The Fugues, in particular, are quite special in this video. For each Fugue, the score separates the voices into their own lines, so you can see how all of them fit together.
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It aims to help you, its reader, achieve a creative understanding and interpretation of Bach's preludes and fugues by encouraging you to think for yourself. With the attitude of a wise and inspiring teacher, Siglind Bruhn begins her magnificent work with these words. The same words should apply to the humble earsense presentation of 48 Jewels as we were often directly inspired by her message to attempt our own creative understanding. Whether pianist, musicologist or passionate listener, the key is to develop an individual and personal relationship to the Well-Tempered Clavier , a pursuit that can happily occupy a lifetime of rewarding musical experience. As such, it is written for students with an academic musical background who require a very detailed grasp of the music as a preparation for performance.