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I have a feeling it might not be quite that cut and dried.
Siblin's book is a lovely tribute to the suites, to Bach, and to Casals, but it is also a rewarding introduction to classical music itself.
I grew up loving rock & classical guitar so it's perfect for me, and researched enough to satisfy a classical loving audience.
On page 214 it was clear that the reason Schumann's work was not published and he desperately attempted suicide was not known by the author however other sources such as David... Read morePublished 25 days ago by F. Henley
Magnificent Book! Love story between Bach and Pablo Casals and his cello. Love it.Published 1 month ago by Trassahc
Yes, this is a book to give as a gift to every cellist you know.Published 2 months ago by Julie C. Wang
I purchased this book for my husband, who is a guitar virtuoso and plays many of the movements from the suites, and it was too light of reading for him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. A. Kramer
Eric Siblin has written an engaging book that weaves together three stories: a carefully researched portrait of J.S. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Greg Smith
Each stroke of the cello unleashes an accompanying hissing, rasping sound. It is quite the worst disc I have ever heard. I have to assume that there was a manufacturing defect. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dean Mixon