Category Archives: Bach
Notice, along with all the other good qualities of this performance, how fittingly the tempo varies.
A great favorite with guitarists, this piece. Nice to get a new perspective once in awhile.
Bach wrote this for the violin, then he arranged it for the lute, which gave us all a great model to work from when we want to adapt Bach to the guitar. But here we hear the violin version brought … Continue reading
Philip Hii’s arrangement and performance of Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor is a milestone achievement in the history of the classical guitar. Barriers were broken. Impressed by the musical judgment behind the creation of this arrangement, fascinated by … Continue reading