For Red Bull Flying Bach we are not only dancing, we are visualising and reviving Bach's Well-Tempered
Matthew Dirst's Engaging Bach: The Keyboard Legacy from Marpurg to Mendelssohn is a welcome addition to the literature on this topic, not only providing a detailed account of key developments in the reception of Bach's keyboard works (especially Well-Tempered
Clavier), but also connecting these developments to broader cultural trends.
Using the C Major Prelude from Book One of Bach's Well-Tempered
Clavier (BWV 846) as a case study, Michael Rector shows the pedagogical benefits of some marvelously inauthentic editions.
Anastasi has also produced drawings while listening to music: The 1963 series "Constellation Drawings" was executed while the artist played a recording of Bach's Well-Tempered
Clavier, allowing the duration of the music to determine that of the drawing process itself.
However, temperance scholarship has been steadily increasing over the last two decades, thanks largely to Carol Mattingly's groundbreaking works Well-Tempered
Women: Nineteenth-Century Temperance Rhetoric (1998) and Water Drops from Women Writers: A Temperance Reader (2001).
Paul writes that for "our well-tempered
ears some notes sound wrong, but they are very effective for creating special impact.
Orchestrally it was hard to beat, from the finely controlled string playing (especially in some teasingly quiet pianissimos), woodwind solos as pellucid as mountain air (no surprise that Nelsons just stood back to let flautist Marie-Christine Zupancic have her moment in the Scherzo trio), to the glowingly well-tempered
It was a well-tempered
affair full of passion and energy, with big hits being received all over the pitch as the sun shone on a rowdy 5,000-plus crowd.
Fifteen-year-old Elaine Disney of Roseburg was positively beaming when she finished her first Bach prelude and fugue from "The Well-Tempered
Matthew Passion or the Well-Tempered
Clavier, each a few hours long, were meant to be heard uninterrupted.
The live performance -- which promises to merge cultural and artistic realms -- will feature the four-time breakdancing champions as they reignite the power of Bach's Well-Tempered
Clavier both visually and symbolically through dance, thanks to acclaimed opera director Christoph Hagel.
The titular essay takes a firm hand with flabby writing, and demonstrates, via lexical ratiocination, the well-tempered
musculature of vigorous sentences, while Glover's superb, detailed parsing of Alice Munro's story "Meneseteung" discovers the music and inner life at the heart of powerful fiction.