Quiet Time

Over the course of the suites, we've heard a lot about Bach's hectic life, and most of the movements we've heard so far have been fast and full of notes. But even Bach got some quiet time, and in today's Sarabande, we'll hear something much slower and...

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Sweatin’ To The Oldies

We've already learned about Bach's influence on modern music, parenting, and movies. He was also a pioneer in fitness, discovering the importance of aerobic exercise nearly 300 years before it became popular. In today's video, we go on a run - literally,...

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Dance With The Devil

In today's video, we hear the Allemande from the d minor Suite, which contains one of the most shocking moments in all of Bach's cello music. Bach surprises us with the most dissonant chord he can - the tritone, sometimes called "The Devil In Music",...

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Have A Look Around

It's time for round 2 of the Bach Suite videos! Today we hear the Prelude to the d minor Suite. This piece sounds like one of Bach's improvisations - the beginning seems like someone opening a door to a room for the first time. Hope you like it, and if so, please...

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New Video from 4-Way String Project

As hard as it is to imagine right now, school starts in two weeks! 4-Way will once again be in residence at Woodford Paideia, assisting with 5th and 6th grade orchestra, this time for the whole school year. We'll begin our after school program in early September, and...

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