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This piece is incredibly difficult!! The notes aren't very bad but the phrasing of the notes is very hard, especially that Bach wrote this in the emotion of when his wife had died. I would recommend the Hilary Hahn recording of this piece if you want a recording of it. Any other recording is not as high quality in my opinion.
by violin/viola playeron March 3rd, 2008
i love these peices of music epecially the ciaccona and the giga
A Reasonable Rendition
by anonymouson December 12th, 2007
This version of the score lends to a clear depiction of the necessary fingering throughout the piece; however, it is lacking in terms of clear rhythmic representation in some sections. As most would agree, the Ciaccona is beautiful and technically challenging to play. But this versions complements my recording of this piece (performed by I. Perlman).
Advanced version Chaconne
by Jacon October 27th, 2007
This music sheet of Bach Chaconne is for experienced violinists: arpeggios section is written in a shorter way, so you have to previously know the piece to play from this score.
One of the best pieces of music
by Dianaon March 18th, 2007
when played well :)
Ciaccona is especially beautiful.