Gavriel Lipkind - Single Voice Polyphony Vol1 J S Bach Six Suites For Cello Solo album
Single-voice polyphony or, as Yizhak Sadai terms it, melodic polyphony1, is more than a technical term. It is a fundamental facet of any musical tissue. It used to be a branch of musical analysis exploring the relationship between simultaneously present voices, which are innerly heard within one melody. Gavriel Lipkind, born in Tel Aviv in 1977, enjoyed an early stellar rise to international renown as a young cellist, before making the decision to question a predefined life and halt a predictable path. He decided to take a three-year period of retreat from stage life, during which he devoted himself to further studies and recording. An iconoclastic thinker, Mr. Lipkind’s work today stands for consistent thought and intrinsic musical inspiration without compromising quality - an almost unattainable goal in the life of performing soloists today.
Suite For Solo Cello No. 1 In G Major, Bwv 1007. Single Voice Polyphony Vol1 J S Bach Six Suites For Cello Solo (36xFile, FLAC, Album).
Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach - 6 Suites A Violoncello Solo - Gavriel Lipkind (2006). Gavriel Lipkind - Bach - 6 Suites A Violoncello Solo - Gavriel Lipkind. Bitrate (quality): 192256320.
Bach: 6 Suites for Cello Solo; 3 Sonatas for Cello & Harpsichord; Boccherini: Cello Concerto. Bach: 6 Suites a Violoncello Solo Senza Basso. Bach: 6 Suites for Violoncello, BWV 1007-1012. Bach: Six Suites for Solo Cello. EMI Music Distribution, Warner Classics. Lachrimae: Works by Dowland, Bach, Weiss.
Label: Gavriel Lipkind. Latest albums by Gavriel Lipkind. Ligeti: Sonata for Cello Solo.
A recital by Gavriel Lipkind, cello (candidate for the Artist Diploma) : May 16, 2001 at 8:00 . Suite for solo cello No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009. Gavriel Lipkind (Cello). S-2. Bach: 6 suites a violoncello solo senza basso (Single Voice Polyphony, Vol. 1). Suites for solo cello, BWV 1007-1012. Gavriel Lipkind (Cello) 2nd recording of Suite for solo cello No. 3 BWV 1009 by G. Lipkind. The list of recordings was compiled by Aryeh Oron (September 2013).
Tracklist: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). To say the least, cellist Gavriel Lipkind has some interesting ideas concerning Bach's cello suites. In his thoughtful notes to this lushly packaged 2006 recording of the suites, Lipkind discusses historical performance practice and secret spiritual programs with equal parts erudition and success. But far more interesting are Lipkind's performances. His tempos are not always what one has come to expect: his slows are heavier, his fasts are lighter, and his dances always stay on point.