J.S. BACH- SUITE BWV 1007 PART ONE- John Mills





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Published on Jul 24, 2010

John Mills plays his own arrangement of Suite BWV 1007. The first and perhaps lightest of Bach's magnificent six suites for unaccompanied 'cello, this work is nevertheless a superb example of the composer's skills. On the guitar, much of Bach's implied voicing can be realised by means of holding notes, and the use of sparse and carefully- considered additional bass lines. After the opening free-ranging Prelude, there are a series of five dances; Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Minuets 1 & 2, and finally a rather lively Gigue. Recorded on the 27th February 2010 in the Chapel of St Lawrence, Ashburton, Devon. John is playing a 2005 Simon Ambridge guitar kindly loaned for the recital by Will Browne.

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