This is the third bonus episode.
You know how at the end of every episode, Gaby says, "Want to have evan analyze a specific piece of Bach... just for you?"
Boom: Listener's choice volume one.
Three pieces you requested were:
Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV855 (Book one)
Prelude and Fugue in C-sharp minor, BWV849 (Book one)
Capriccio on the Departure of the Beloved Brother, BWV992
Forgive my delay in getting this to all of you: I have a noble undertaking regarding a popular Bach book which is doing nothing but leading you further from the truth about the master! But have no fear, in a few weeks I will unleash an attack and clear up this confusion: meanwhile please enjoy my brief analysis of these three pieces which, in their own right, could take up many episodes each.
Also: Lament Aria: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lament_bass
Follow me on IG! Right now I am instagramming inner movements of the cello suites on a portable clavichord: @wtfbach
As always, thanks for listening,
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Special Guest: Chris Thile. Man in the Mirror (Fugue)
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