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Carl Friedrich Abel: Arpeggio / Petr Wagner

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Published on Sep 8, 2010

Carl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787): Arpeggio for solo viola da gamba

Petr Wagner - viola da gamba
live recording 2008

https://itunes.apple.com/cz/album/abe...

www.petrwagner.com

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Comments • 44

William Ford
Who wants this instrument to make a comeback?
Emiliano D'Ancello
I want this at my funeral. It's beautiful.
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David Henson
The only proof required for entrance into heaven is passion. You will be welcomed when it is your time, sir. Of that I have no doubt.
tachanka107
this instrument breathes pure awesomness
GuuzakaTube
Splendid. 👏🏾
Gabriela Demeterova Official
Absolutely brilliant!!!!! Congratulation Peter!!!! 
max d. machy
Fantastic, I am inclined to agree with the comment of Alejandro Lopez further down. And his comparison with the interpretation of a famous viol player from Belgium. Perhaps that's the reason the Dutch magazine talks so much about Abel hanging out with celebrities rather than your playing!
Dr. Myrna Herzog
Beautiful, Petr, Bravo!
Alyn Mearns
Abel Abel was able to play like an angel, Even while he was completely hammered. Capable of working all the angles Of a key, even if his tongue stammered, The oar of his bow steadied the gamba boat, Digging through waves of cold arpeggio, Languishing in sarabande, not a note Missing, pissing past archipelagos Of spilled-milk nights alone there on the floor, Another burp, muttered toast, swig of death And return to that ghostly ancestor, Of the cello, each bow a dying breath. The gamba waits there and so does young Bach. Abel waits for her. She's not coming back. -Alan Mearns
Elizabeth Long
•*¨*•♪♫ ◔◔ ..nice';;'
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