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James Ehnes plays Bach A min Fugue

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Uploaded on Sep 27, 2008

Everyone plays the G min fugue but I prefer the A min and have always wanted to be good enough to play this in a recital.

I was shocked to find out how difficult this recording is to get and its so so good. Mr Ehnes is well in position to becoming the best violinist since Rabin eclipsing Perlman, Mintz, Zukerman, Kavakos, Kaler, Repin, and anyone else you could possibly think of. I have said this before and Ill say it again anyone who plays Bach and Paganini like this deserves to be heard. Do yourself a big favor and get every recording you can by him.


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