Bach - Cello Suite I - Prélude - EWI

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This is one of the most famous JS Bach's compositions, the G Prelude to the first Cello Suite, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.
Here I play it through an Akai EWI USB and Garritan Aria software, that is an Electronic Wind Instrument connected to a computer. The EWI isn't that much used in early or classical music yet, so this is a sort of rarity, I guess.
This piece wasn't written for wind instruments, so there's almost no place where to breath properly: I had to use a special technique known as "circular breathing", so that the music goes on while breathing in through the nose.
In the background, a sunny afternoon in Cannero - Lago Maggiore - Italy.

Check out my music books and methods on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Gianluca-Barbaro/e/B07JLNNFRV

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This is one of the most famous JS Bach's compositions, the G Prelude to the first Cello Suite, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written.

Here I play it through an Akai EWI USB and Garritan Aria software, that is an Electronic Wind Instrument connected to a computer. The EWI isn't that much used in early or classical music yet, so this is a sort of rarity, I guess.

This piece wasn't written for wind instruments, so there's almost no place where to breath properly: I had to use a special technique known as "circular breathing", so that the music goes on while breathing in through the nose.

In the background, a sunny afternoon in Cannero - Lago Maggiore - Italy.

Check out my music books and methods on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Gianluca-Barbaro/e/B07JLNNFRV

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