J.S. Bach: Six Suites for solo cello BWV1007–12


Lightness and elegance are the keywords in these interpretations by French cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras. Although he has performed the works on a Baroque cello, he favours a modern set-up here for his Gioffredo Cappa instrument of 1696. Plenty of Baroque playing techniques have passed across, though – all the expression ...

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