BACH: CELLO SUITES – REDISCOVERING THE BAROQUE TECHNIQUE (2 CD)
Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007
Cello Suite No. 2, in D minor, BWV 1008
Cello Suite No. 3, in C Major, BWV 1009
Cello Suite No. 4, in E-flat Major, BWV 1010
Cello Suite No. 5, in C minor, BWV 1011
Cello Suite No. 6, in D Major, BWV 1012
A new and ground-breaking version of the Cello Suites
Marianne first discovered the music of Bach when she was only three years old. Fascinated by the sound of the church organ and the piano of her elder sister, her musical journey began. What helped her on her way was a succession of encounters with music teachers, friends and colleagues which led her to pursue her musical education at the Conservatoires of Bordeaux, Perpignan and Lyon as well as at Carnegie Mellon University, in the USA. In 2008 she went to Madrid and commenced a research project on the impact of posture, state of mind and breathing on the production of sound, always taking the Bach Cello Suites as her reference. Her research into the technique of playing the cello consequently took her to Berlin to gain a better understanding of the sound of the baroque cello, in collaboration with instrument makers and other experts specializing in the period. Shortly after her arrival in Berlin, Marianne made an important discovery that would dramatically change her perspective: what should have been only a minor exploration transformed into a major research project into the origins of the instrument and how it was played, which was followed by the recording of a new and ground-breaking version of the Bach Cello Suites. This recording of her own edition of the Cello Suites constitutes for her a first and fitting culmination point in this exciting venture.
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