Three-Part Invention, no. 14: Sinfonia in B-flat major
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That's going to be my sticking point if I try and play three-against-one. If I start on the F and play two-against-one, I think I can do it - since it's an ornament, I guess it doesn't much matter, and if you play it slowly, you can do whatever you think is best.
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Nevertheless, I hear a joyous, singing quality in this piece, and I think it should be played with a lilt in the tempo - maybe not as fast as Gould plays it, but with a lilt nonetheless - Bb-major is a happy key, and I just don't hear any sadness in this piece - I'm curious where you get that from: It modulates, but at no point does it switch to minor.
I'm also curious to know how you finger the two extended right-hand trills in this piece.
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What on earth don't you like about Gould's rendition of this? Also, do you end this on a minor or major chord? Gould chose minor; my edition says major - I actually prefer the minor, as I think the major is a bit of a jolt, coming out of nowhere.
No comment on my extraction of the eighth notes? I thought it was, at the least, a novel attack towards learning a portion of the piece.
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I try not to think about the Sinfonia in a linear fashion - I approach them from all sorts of angles of course, I've now worked on precisely two of them in my entire life. Regardless of our divergence on Gould, I could play nothing but Bach for the rest of my life, and be perfectly content.
Then again, I could say the same thing about Beethoven, or, for that matter, Chopin - although with Chopin, I think I'd begin to miss polyphonic music late Beethoven at least has some fugues, angry bears though they may be. Final question for now - I believe sinfonia is Latin, and the singular would be sinfonium. If that's true is it? The picture is from the movie Lars and the Real Girl.