Friday, August 13, 2010

Bach Cello Suite

Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Wedderburn Store
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Buddy
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Bethany Lutheran Church
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Visiting cellist Michael Fitzpatrick.
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
It was a rare treat to have such a profound performer in the church I once attended with Mildred Weaver. Thanks for the heads up Randy!
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
Andrew D. Barron ©8/12/10
A cool connection for me. I was studying the blues my entire time in the south. I was deep into Skip James in December 2008. I read a book by Stepehn Calt, "I'd Rather Be The Devil" (than to be that woman's man). Calt's book mentioned the rare and 'exquisite' recordings of Pablo Casals, so off to the library I went. Those recordings are some of the most powerful I have ever heard, and do indeed possess a rare quality such as those from Skip James and Robert Johnson. The Bach Cello suites were familiar thanks to my intense experience with the blues in Nashville. I photographed this in Gold Beach, 2/26/10.

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