Matthew Linaman Plays Bach - Cello Suite III, Prelude and Allemande





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Published on Mar 20, 2012

This is Matthew Linaman playing in the James Craft's Concert, Harmonia Universalis on 11 March, 2012. Matthew is an up-and-coming Bay Area cellist, and a student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

Doctor Nikolaus Hohmann read this poem right before Matthew's performance:

Harmony / Miku Nagisa Zatsune

In a stillness,
A single seed falls,
It's ripples spread out,
Lapping at the bottom of the well,
Cold wind,
That shakes the forest of my agitated heart,
If we can live and let live,
Let's go on as we are,
Everyone who heard the quiet voice of the forest,
Wept for the noise,
H A R M O N Y,
The sound clamors within the forest incessantly,
Yet quietly,
It gives moments of tranquility back to my troubled heart,

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