Bach, Easter

In three flats, the C-minor strides forward on some trinitarian continuum. For more of this sort of uplift, few sources are more discerning and nourishing than the fare offered by The Western Confucian, a Matteo Ricci-type scholar in Korea whose tastes run towards full armies of viola de gamba assembling behind Buxtehude oratorios. There remain, in other words, multiple reasons for hope! Glenn Gould in … Continue reading Bach, Easter