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Recorded: Studio 2 at Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich, Germany on June 24, 30 and July 1-3 2014

J.S. Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin are considered by many as the pinnacle of musical achievement, arguably the composer’s most demanding and emotionally penetrating works. After living with, reading about, listening to and playing these seminal works for over 30 years Gil Shaham offers a fresh and vital new perspective on these works, recorded in the summer of 2014, as part of his Artist-in-Residence with Symphonieorchester des Bayerischer Rundfunk.

J.S. Bach has influenced every generation of composer and musician. Here Shaham’s insight and bold originality speaks to his willingness to take interpretative risks, while his innate musicianship and warmth - what Musical America calls his “special kind of humanism” - ensures that his performances bring out the partitas’ dancing rhythms along with their soul. ‘I find the music an amazing spiritual experience. There’s something very uplifting about this music’, says Shaham. For this recording he has decided on a ‘more Baroque set-up’ opting for a Baroque bridge, Baroque bow and 3 of 4 strings being gut.

When asked what effect this set-up has on his interpretation Gil Shaham indicated that ‘it changes every stroke, but it doesn’t really change general ideas of interpretation. You can do everything with both sets of bow and bridge, although some things are easier with the modern bow, some with the Baroque one. The “small softness” (coined by Leopold Mozart) is easier with the Baroque bow.

The tempos Gil Shaham has settled on in this recording are also quite different from what one might expect. Shaham takes inspiration from other works by Bach, as he explains; ‘if you compare the French minuet from Partita No.3, with say the minuet from a French suite, or even the famous ‘Anna Magdalena’ minuet I found myself asking myself wouldn’t it work better at the same tempo as the others? The Baroque bow is lighter and is easier to play faster.

The deluxe 2CD package comes complete with Shaham’s insightful views on these works in discussion with former Strad Magazine editor Ariane Todes.

Gil Shaham remains second to none in the masterworks of the mainstream violin repertoire, and here offers a recording of bold originality in what is one the most unforgiving of old-school challenges: that of playing solo Bach.

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
1 I. Adagio 3:12
2 II. Fugue: Allegro 4:12
3 III. Siciliana 2:41
4 IV. Presto 3:23
Violin Partita No. 1 in B Minor, BWV 1002
5 I. Allemanda 3:54
6 II. Double 2:38
7 III. Corrente 2:58
8 IV. Double. Presto 3:41
9 V. Sarabanda 2:58
10 VI. Double 2:02
11 VII. Tempo di Bourree 3:06
12 VIII. Double 3:11
Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Minor, BWV 1003
13 I. Grave 3:07
14 II. Fuga 6:44
15 III. Andante 4:08
16 IV. Allegro 5:15
Violin Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004
17 I. Allemande 3:37
18 II. Courante 2:18
19 III. Sarabande 3:00
20 IV. Gigue 3:54
21 V. Ciaccona 11:04
Violin Sonata No. 3 in C Major, BWV 1005
22 I. Adagio 2:57
23 II. Fugue 8:12
24 III. Largo 2:55
25 IV. Allegro assai 4:58
Violin Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006
26 I. Preludio 3:21
27 II. Loure 3:10
28 III. Gavotte en rondeau 2:54
29 IV. Menuett I-II 4:02
30 V. Bourree 1:29
31 VI. Gigue 1:53


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