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Wydawnictwo: EPR Classic
Nr katalogowy: EPRC 040
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2022
EAN: 608917722727
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce
Rodzaj: partita

Bach: Solo Violin Partitas

EPR Classic - EPRC 040
Wykonawcy
Linus Roth, violin
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Violin Partita No. 1 in B minor, BWV 1002
Violin Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
Violin Partita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006
The cycle of six solo Sonatas and Partitas by J.S. Bach is arguably one of the most powerful and most important compositions in musical history. These works have been with Linus Roth since he was nine years old, when he first learned the Gigue from the E major Partita, moving on by the age of twelve to the first Fugue in G minor to tackling at fifteen the Ciaconna, which represents a cosmos in its own right. By seventeen, Roth had finally learned the entire oeuvre for the first time and since then he is fortunate to have been able to grow as a musician through the constant and welcome challenge of interpreting these remarkable works.

Bach did not write ‘Six Solos’ on the cover of the score, but instead wrote ‘Się Solo’ in Italian, which can have two meanings: the word ‘Się‘ can be translated both as the number six and also as ‘You are’. ‘You are alone’ - Bach is unlikely to have left something so important to chance or to be playing a simple word game. This announcement – if it is even to be seen as a reminder from the composer to the performer - must be taken seriously and Linus has always viewed it as an invitation to interpret the music as freely as the musical text allows, which for him became a guiding principle in his quest for his own interpretation.

This recording was made during lockdown, in which all of our lives have had to be reduced to a minimum in almost every area. The chance to renew the intense preoccupation with this miraculous music in preparation for the recording was a huge privilege as it allowed Linus an escape into a spiritual freedom which helped me greatly on a personal level at this time.

Not only did Roth's teachers and the interpretations of great violinists have a huge influence on how he plays Bach, but also his preoccupation with the original text and with what is known as ‘historically informed performance practice’, in particular the experience of playing with the type of convex Baroque bow that was used in Bach’s time. Due to its bend and the different weight distribution, it has a different nature to the concave curved bow used today, which leads to a slight decrescendo phrasing where several notes are slurred together towards the tip of the bow. In Linus' opinion, the modern bow suits the modern violin better and enables a wider range of sounds, which is why he tries to translate these Baroque-style experiences to the modern bow.

Recorded on September 22 - 25 and December 20 - 21, 2021 at the Library Hall, Ochsenhausen, Germany. Linus Roth plays on the 1703 Stradivarius violin ‘Dancla’.

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