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Rating: 5 mental challenge by Anz * VSM MEMBER * on February 17, 2017 @3:59 am PST
I ordered this music because I heard the story of Joshua Bell playing it as a busker in the New York subway prior to his concert in Carnagie Hall,so I thought I would give a try.I have been playing the violin since 1940 and now play the viola in a seniors chamber orchestra as a challenge to keep my intellect. [this review is about Partita No.2 in D minor (NEW EDITION) included in this item]
Rating: 5 65 years old irish music fiddler by lacote * VSM MEMBER * on January 18, 2017 @1:16 am PST
C'est beau mais c'est démoniaque!Depuis le temps que je cherchais par où entrer dans les sonatas y partitas de Bach!Cette vidéo me le permet enfin. [this review is about Partita No.2 in D minor (NEW EDITION) included in this item]
Rating: 5 nice notes by kiko zhang on June 23, 2016 @8:18 am PST
The notes quality is great! Thank you! [this review is about Sonata No.1 in G minor included in this item]
Rating: 5 I love the bach sonatas and partitas by Man on March 4, 2010 @1:53 pm PST
After listening to Yayoi Toda play this suite I fell in love with the rich harmonies that Bach laid down for us to play.
Rating: 5 Great Articulations and Line Spacing by T on October 22, 2009 @2:06 pm PST
Line spacing was great, allowing enough room to put in my own fingerings. Font was clear and easy to read. Printed out great without taking away notes or blurring of notes. [this review is about Sonata No.1 in G minor included in this item]
Rating: 5 Good opportunity! by Richard Boquist on August 4, 2009 @5:44 am PST
I have looked for exactly this posibility to learn. To see and listen to music at the same time.
Rating: 5 Reliably Satisfied by Craig Shields on July 22, 2009 @7:08 am PST
I am actually learning this piece on marimba, so adapting the musicality and phrasing that one would expect from a violin proves to be a challenge. This piece is fantastic. The quality and presentation of the physical music is outstanding as well. I am very satisfied with my purchase. [this review is about Partita No.3 in E major included in this item]
Rating: 5 good purchase by j. burgess on April 23, 2009 @2:16 am PST
i look forward to eventually joining as a memeber here. i'm pleased with the bach piece i purchased. [this review is about Sonata No.1 in G minor included in this item]
Rating: 5 My favorite in all of Bach by Gary White on March 31, 2009 @8:19 am PST
The Chaconne -- the last movement of this partita -- is arguably the most ambitious piece in all of classical guitar repertoire, which is how I came by it. Andres Segovia's transcription and recorded performance are pinnacles of achievement for the guitar. I'm now in the early stages of learning to play mandolin (which as you probably know, is tuned like violin, thus requiring no transcription). So when I found this on your website I had to have it. I'm looking at a year or two of work, in all probability, before I'll be able to play it fluidly. But what a wonderful challenge. [this review is about Partita No.1 in B minor included in this item]
Rating: 5 Excellent by JR on September 11, 2008 @8:06 pm PST
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. [this review is about Partita No.2 in D minor (NEW EDITION) included in this item]

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