Tag Archives: Bach

Playing the Right Notes at the Right Time

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Playing the right notes at the right time may be enough. “There’s nothing remarkable about it. All one has to […]


Gounod’s Ave Maria

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“My mother wants the Ave Maria played. Does it work on the harp?” asks the bride-to-be. So, I play her […]


5 Things Your Desert Island Composer Can Teach You

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If you were stranded on a desert island and could have with you the music of only one composer, whose […]


A Quick Start Guide to Playing Baroque Music

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Not sure what Baroque music is exactly? Uncertain about how to approach it musically? Do you know the particular musical […]


Do Your Performances Have the Inevitability Factor?

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The most memorable concert I ever attended was a performance of Bach’s Goldberg Variations by pianist Edward Aldwell.  This work, […]


Bach, and My Friend Edward Aldwell

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Today we celebrate the 329th birthday of a musical giant: Johann Sebastian Bach. I have always had an affinity for […]


Top 10 Reasons Every Musician Should Practice Bach

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I would find it difficult to pick one composer to call my favorite. I love the way Mozart’s music glistens […]


Music for a Good Friday

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On this Good Friday, I would like to share with you the music of Good Friday 286 years ago, the […]