David Belcher wrote:Thanks Frank! This is an excellent transcription.
David Belcher wrote:If I'm not mistaken, the G natural from the previous measure should carry forward to this measure as well--so it should be an Em rather than EMAJ chord: E, B, G(natural), E.
David Belcher wrote:I would also change some of the resolutions you have chosen. For instance, in the last measure of the A section in the Allemande (again just at the repeat bars, top of p. 5), you resolve the D# from the previous measure to the E an octave down. Is that how Bach has it in the Urtext?
David Belcher wrote:Typically, when I came to those sections I played an octave so the note would resolve at its own octave and also provide the support of the bass...but that may be a performance decision. Interested in your thoughts on that.
David Belcher wrote:I'm also interested in where you would put slurs. I added my own as I played
David Belcher wrote:Finally, you utilize campanella (cross-string) fingerings quite a bit in the first movement to great effect. Did you consider/experiment using such fingerings
David Belcher wrote:I may work on a recording of your version of the suite to post here soon!
elindley wrote:If it isn't too much trouble, could you make a version without the tab notation available? ... also without the right hand fingering, to provide a cleaner version for those of us who find those markings distracting.
Tedi wrote:Dear Frank, Thank you for sharing. I use your transcription. I am playing this piece now. I like this tune a lot.[*]
AlexRaven wrote:Of course, your arrangement is easily to play.
AlexRaven wrote:Unfortunately, I haven't Bach cello original work
AlexRaven wrote:but in Duarte version I see many bass notes that does not appear in your work.
AlexRaven wrote:Moreover , as I remember, Bach original is in G major. So what is the reason for A major?
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