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BACH, Nathan Milstein

Partitas & Sonatas for unaccompanied violin

Side 1 Sonata No. 1 In G Minor, BWV 1001 1. Adagio 2. Fuga. Allegro 3. Sicilana 4. Presto Side 2 Partita No. 1 In B Minor, BWV 1002 1. Allemanda 2. Double 3. Corrente 4. Double. Presto 5. Sarabanda 6. Double 7. Tempo Di Borea 8. Double Side 3 Sonata No. 2 In A Minor, BWV 1003 1. Grave 2. Fuga 3. Andante 4. Allegro Side 4 Partita No. 2 In D Minor, BWV 1004 1. Allemanda 2. Corrente 3. Sarabanda 4. Giga 5. Ciaccona Side 5 Sonata No. 3 In C Major, BWV 1005 1. Adagio 2. Fuga 3. Largo 4. Allegro Assai Side 6 Partita No. 3 In E Major, BWV 1006 1. Preludio 2. Loure 3. Gavotte En Rondeau 4. Menuet I 5. Menuet II - Menuet I Da Capo 6. Bourrée
  • Nathan Milstein - violin
  • BACH
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3 LP-180G 33rpm:

Nr kat.: LP43130
Label  : Analogphonic

Milstein’s interpretation of these difficult works is at once brilliant and satisfying – although because of its very brilliance it is not perhaps as deeply satisfying as Johanna Martzy’s. It depends rather on what you imagine to be the ideal surroundings for a performance: a public recital or your own room. The music itself seems to me capable of supporting both interpretations, for it combines the rhetoric of extreme technical difficulty with a richness of detail that seems to call for more intimacy than a recital-hall can give us. Perhaps the ideal performance would retain Martzy’s inwardness, but infuse it with a little of Milstein’s sheer physical vigour and impact. For him the technical difficulties hardly seem to exist, or rather, exist only as a stimulus to bravura; by her they are accepted as an essential, organic part of the music, a result of the complexity of Bach’s thought. I suppose one could generalize on the masculine and feminine approaches to music with this as one’s text, but I don’t feel tempted to do so. Nor do I feel tempted to plump dogmatically for one or the other as “best available version”. Both are exceptionally distin-guished presentations of music that is not nearly as austere as its reputation might suggest. I do suggest, though, that before buying either set it might be a good idea to sample both. Gramophone • From the original masters of Universal Music. • Audiophile analogue mastering by Rainer Maillard at Emil Berliner Studios. • 180g audiophile virgin vinyl pressed by Pallas Group GmbH in Germany. • LXT-2766