Monday 20 April 2020
The Guardian reviews Bach Cello Suites
"The exceptional cellist’s music emerges with sunlit clarity in a recording that stands up with the best."
"[...] put Weilerstein next to most of her colleagues in these suites (competitors would be the wrong word – Bach doesn’t encourage competition) and she would win for sheer resonance of tone and length of line.[...] The recorded sound is ideal – warm but not too echoey, leaving a faint aura around each note.[...] Yet what seems to drive the music more strongly is the sense of each suite having a public and a private side to its personality, with those faster movements looking outward and the slower ones having an intense inward focus."
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