Date: Dec 29th, 2012 · Tags: Jazz CD Reviews

The arrangement of violin sonatas and partitas, and the cello suites of Johan Sebastian Bach for solo double bass is a tasking and rare challenge, especially for improvising bassists. Classically trained bassist like m: Edgar Meyer have transposed Bach’s cello suites to double bass on the critically acclaimed Bach: Unaccompanied Cello Suites Performed on Double Bass (Sony, 2000), but it is still an exceptional achievement. Now, Swedish bass master Christian Spering offers a different insight into the composer’s timeless music…

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Christian Spering: Inside Bach