Nathan Cole's Bach on the Road
I have found this series (on Bach's Sonatas and Partitas Mon-Wed-Fri 4pm CDT, live on Facebook and YouTube) to be just EXCELLENT. But, I think too many people missed it! Have you seen it? Replays are on Nate's Facebook page, natesviolin; I am still waiting to hear if the series will continue Monday March 30; I sure hope so, and I highly recommend it!
UPDATE: Just heard from Nate, Bach on the Road resumes Monday March 30 at 2pm Pacific time on Facebook for sure, on Youtube if it works. It's a one-hour interactive presentation in which he demonstrates interpretations of several sections, answers questions, and finally plays through the sonata.
Yes more people need to see this! I am really amazed that Nate is putting in this much time and freely sharing so much. Support this guy on these live streams! Chaconne coming on Friday.
He is associate concertmaster I believe
This series is terrific, focusing on details of bowing, contact point, rhythm, arranging pitch in chords, phrasing, accent, and more--matters that it would take a year to cover in the usual lesson format. Nathan succinctly discusses what he prefers and demonstrates why. I don't understand why there are not more viewers--it must be lack of publicity. I am so glad this thread came up again; I hope more people view the live sessions (with live chat so you can ask questions) and the re-plays on Facebook (natesviolin) and YouTube. It's not just about Bach, it's about how to interpret a score--in more than one way. Mon-Wed-Fri at 4pm CDT, lasts 1 hour.
Erin I completely agree. I've only watched first one, and I really like how well he addresses things and doesn't forget his viewers. Some live streamers have the comments but totally ignore their viewers
Hi guys, thanks for checking this out, I appreciate it! Yes, I'll continue (as of this comment) tomorrow, which is Friday, with the Chaconne. Then for the following two weeks, Monday Wednesday and Friday all at 2 PM Pacific time.
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