Alexis Cárdenas: Partita for Violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 (Bach)

Shafic Abboud (Lebanese,1926-2004) Composition, signed ‘ABBOUD’ (on the reverse), oil on canvas, 161⁄8 x 153⁄4in. (41 x 40cm.), Painted circa 1969, Image Source: Christie’s
J.S. Bach: Partita for Violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 – Alexis Cárdenas, Bremer Barockorchester

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~Sunnyside

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  1. Oh, this was lovely… I cannot even imagine the genius required to write such a piece, or the incredible talent required to play it… The human mind is such an amazing thing, at its best…🙏💕 Not a big fan of abstract art although I do love some of it (do you know Jean-Paul Riopelle?). It’s usually an acquired taste for me. Hope you have a lovely day 🙂💕

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    1. Good morning, Patti! I am so pleased you enjoyed this music! I will add Jean-Paul Riopelle to my list to investigate – thank you! 🙂

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  2. Normally, I dislike that kind of art, but, today’s was a complete turn around for me. I can see so many different things in this painting; it was like; it was like watching clouds! Thank you, Sunnyside!

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    1. Good morning, Susan! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. 🙂❤️

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  3. stolzyblog says:

    Love those colors!

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    1. I needed a little energy this morning! 😎

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      1. stolzyblog says:

        yes, here too… dreary chilly rain.

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  4. This was a really nice piece. It reminded me of Vivaldi. (I hope that doesn’t make me sound ignorant!) I had to learn some of Bach’s “Two-Part Inventions” when studying classical piano and they were some of the most difficult pieces I attempted. The piece here has a lot going on. Very nice! 🙂

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    1. Alexis Cardenas is brand new to me (no expert here!), and the way this music makes me feel is the same way I feel when I hear Vivaldi. That really is the extent of my musical expertise…lol. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts, Sheila. 🙂

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