Fugue, Fugue Analysis, J.S. Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, piano

Putting Slow Practicing to good use in a J.S. Bach Fugue Analysis

I've been my own mentor to the exponential these past intensified 48 hours as I immersed myself in a slow, deep-layered analysis of J.S.Bach's Fugue in Ab, BWV 862 (Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1) The detailed exploration not only heightened my understanding of this ingenious composition, but it increased my love and reverence for it. So… Continue reading Putting Slow Practicing to good use in a J.S. Bach Fugue Analysis

fugue form, Fugue Structure, J.S. Bach

A Bach Fugue is a neuron booster and soul searcher

In my tepid re-entry into the universe of piano repertoire for two hands, I chose what would be the antithesis of a comfort zone in my injury recovery phase. But just the same, my brain needed stimulation, building neurotransmitters, as it signaled the hands and fingers to regroup in a gradual healing process. Without doubt,… Continue reading A Bach Fugue is a neuron booster and soul searcher