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Marco Rizzi: Bach - Partita for solo violin no. 1 BWV 1002 - I. Allemande

BACH, Johann Sebastian

Partita for violin solo no. 1 in B minor BWV 1002

I. Allemande

 

Marco Rizzi, profesor

Javier Comesaña Barrera, student

 

When the student finishes his performance, Professor Rizzi plays again the Allemande to show him the way to address this movement. They also talks about vibrato articulation and character. Referring to some notes, it is convenient to take more time in order to establish the sound. The dotted notes are not so nervous, they are very strict in time but comfortable. Rizzi explains some aspects such as maintenance of the sound within the phrasing and depth of some bass pitches. The triplets have to sound as "breaking the rules", with some provocation and they are strictly in time.
Referring to the form, the first part of the Allemande does not conclude completely, but it has a continuity in the second half.