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Bach Themed Recital - March 10, 2019 sign up thread #2720265
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well , the people have spoken with One Voice and there WILL be a Bach Recital a year from now. So Sunday March 10, 2019

The Recital will center on the music of Sebastian Bach but also accept submissions somehow related - progenitors, offspring, transcriptions, inspirations.

As always your submission must be your own work. Ideally - one take no edits! If you aren't up for that then record enough takes to get what you want, but don't drive yourself insane with it. Submit it proudly warts and all - it is what it is - Illud est quod est - as Bach might have said!

You may submit more than one piece and there can be more than one submission for a given piece.

For the brave I am thinking about a concurrent live recital using the streaming capability of HTML5.

ILLUD EST QUOD EST !



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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 10, 2019 [Re: Schubertian] #2720267
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The recital will be March 10, 2019 and will use the ABF recital software. The call for submissions thread will be created Feb 24 th and the recital will go live March 10

There are a few rules which have been used in ABF’s previous themed recitals (It comes down to no rules really)
- More than 1 submission per performer allowed
- Multiple submissions of the same piece are allowed
- Piano duets are allowed
- All submitted material is your own.
- No edits to audio file other than deleting leading and trailing silences

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Partita #6 BWV 830 (Schubertian)


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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 11, 2019 [Re: Schubertian] #2720270
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A live recital? I'd be interested in that. I have no idea what to play. I'll decide this fall laugh


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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 11, 2019 [Re: Schubertian] #2720275
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Both an online recital and a live recital - no idea if the live recital is actually feasible - but we have time to send up a few trial balloons in advance
The recital will be Sunday March 10 2019 - I need to figure out how to edit that

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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 11, 2019 [Re: Schubertian] #2720282
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I'm wondering if something like this could work. We all get together in a chat room, that's just for chat. A line up is put together and when it's your turn, broadcast live through YouTube. The live link is shared with the group before you start playing to allow them to connect on their end.

There was a thread awhile back where Google Hangouts was being tested. That seemed to work, but we would need to make sure that not everyone is sharing video at the same time.


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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 11, 2019 [Re: Schubertian] #2720293
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I was thinking more along the line of conferencing software - I've been using Zoom at home and SKype at work. YOu need the emails of the participants - so that might actually be an obstacle because I don;t know how comfortable people are with giving out personal information like that. Then you set up the session and send out emails inviting the participants. Someone would then moderate it by setting up a schedule.

It may be a moot point if nobody feels up for it


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That works too. I think you are right though. Not many people would feel up for it, or don't have the appropriate setup to do it.


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well, I think actually all they would need to do is download the software and use the microphone/camera in their home computer or laptop.

The warm bodies is the challenge


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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 11, 2019 [Re: bSharp(C)yclist] #2720317
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Originally Posted by bSharp(C)yclist
A live recital? I'd be interested in that. I have no idea what to play. I'll decide this fall laugh



How about The Goldberg Variations? wink


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The recital will be March 10, 2019 and will use the ABF recital software. The call for submissions thread will be created Feb 24 th and the recital will go live March 10

There are a few rules which have been used in ABF’s previous themed recitals (It comes down to no rules really)
- More than 1 submission per performer allowed
- Multiple submissions of the same piece are allowed
- Piano duets are allowed
- All submitted material is your own.
- No edits to audio file other than deleting leading and trailing silences

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Italian Concerto BWV 971 (Schubertian)
Partita #6 BWV 830 (Schubertian)
Adagio BWV 974 (cmb13)


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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 11, 2019 [Re: cmb13] #2720329
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Originally Posted by cmb13
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A live recital? I'd be interested in that. I have no idea what to play. I'll decide this fall laugh



How about The Goldberg Variations? wink


I think that would be too hard ... how about BWV 114 wink


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Re: Bach Themed Recital - March 11, 2019 [Re: bSharp(C)yclist] #2720338
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Originally Posted by bSharp(C)yclist
I'm wondering if something like this could work. We all get together in a chat room, that's just for chat. A line up is put together and when it's your turn, broadcast live through YouTube. The live link is shared with the group before you start playing to allow them to connect on their end.

Not only is it technically difficult to do, but people here are in widely different time zones. I don't think you'll find a time that works for North America, Europe, and Australia, each of which has many forum members.

And that doesn't even take into account the freak out factor of playing live. wink


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A live recital? I'd be interested in that. I have no idea what to play. I'll decide this fall laugh



How about The Goldberg Variations? wink


I think that would be too hard ... how about BWV 114 wink


Better idea - I could probably get 114 together by next March.


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I'm wondering if something like this could work. We all get together in a chat room, that's just for chat. A line up is put together and when it's your turn, broadcast live through YouTube. The live link is shared with the group before you start playing to allow them to connect on their end.

Not only is it technically difficult to do, but people here are in widely different time zones. I don't think you'll find a time that works for North America, Europe, and Australia, each of which has many forum members.

And that doesn't even take into account the freak out factor of playing live. wink


It could be a non stop 24 hour event where you can pop in when the time is suitable. A Skype meeting maybe? I would much prefer to present my pieces live than record them as long as it's not with full video...

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Well, yes, a revolving global recital - but you would have to have a team of -what word? - moderators?, conductors?, impresario?, Masters of Ceremony? - managing it - but maybe it could happen - why not? - there is a capability of recording in Zoom and probably on Skype as well -

I doubt that 'popping in' would work - we would have to give you a time slot - but I'm still in favor -

I don't think it would be a chat room - I think that we would assign a time slot - coordinate with a local Master of Ceremony (lol) - set up a Zoom session - mail out the zoom invitation by PM (I don't want to open the recital to the general public) to the performers and anyone who expresses interest in attending- who has an account - and give it a hard and fast start and stop time -

Then it would rotate to the next continent - or solar system

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Originally Posted by outo
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I'm wondering if something like this could work. We all get together in a chat room, that's just for chat. A line up is put together and when it's your turn, broadcast live through YouTube. The live link is shared with the group before you start playing to allow them to connect on their end.

Not only is it technically difficult to do, but people here are in widely different time zones. I don't think you'll find a time that works for North America, Europe, and Australia, each of which has many forum members.

And that doesn't even take into account the freak out factor of playing live. wink


It could be a non stop 24 hour event where you can pop in when the time is suitable. A Skype meeting maybe? I would much prefer to present my pieces live than record them as long as it's not with full video...


Live without full video - I'm not sure what that would entail - but I'm sure there is an audio only option when logging in -


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Originally Posted by Schubertian
Well, yes, a revolving global recital - but you would have to have a team of -what word? - moderators?, conductors?, impresario?, Masters of Ceremony? - managing it - but maybe it could happen - why not? - there is a capability of recording in Zoom and probably on Skype as well -

I doubt that 'popping in' would work - we would have to give you a time slot - but I'm still in favor -

I meant the audience could be popping in, the performances must be timed somehow so that we won't end up playing on top of each other grin

And yes, there must be people to watch over...and act as the audience for those poor performers who are at a non popular time zone smile

But it should still be so informal that ABF people feel comfortable playing even if the piece is not polished to perfection...

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Originally Posted by Schubertian
Originally Posted by outo
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Originally Posted by bSharp(C)yclist
I'm wondering if something like this could work. We all get together in a chat room, that's just for chat. A line up is put together and when it's your turn, broadcast live through YouTube. The live link is shared with the group before you start playing to allow them to connect on their end.

Not only is it technically difficult to do, but people here are in widely different time zones. I don't think you'll find a time that works for North America, Europe, and Australia, each of which has many forum members.

And that doesn't even take into account the freak out factor of playing live. wink


It could be a non stop 24 hour event where you can pop in when the time is suitable. A Skype meeting maybe? I would much prefer to present my pieces live than record them as long as it's not with full video...


Live without full video - I'm not sure what that would entail - but I'm sure there is an audio only option when logging in -


Video is fine as long as I can point the camera to my cats or something...

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The recital will be March 10, 2019 and will use the ABF recital software. The call for submissions thread will be created Feb 24 th and the recital will go live March 10

There are a few rules which have been used in ABF’s previous themed recitals (It comes down to no rules really)
- More than 1 submission per performer allowed
- Multiple submissions of the same piece are allowed
- Piano duets are allowed
- All submitted material is your own.
- No edits to audio file other than deleting leading and trailing silences

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Partita #6 BWV 830 (Schubertian)
Adagio BWV 974 (cmb13)
Prelude BWV 940 (meganr)


Schumann - Sheherazade Op. 68 No 32, Ravel Prelude in A minor 1913, Scarlatti Sonata in D Minor K32/ Soundcloud

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I can't pass this up. I'm picking one of the supposedly easier and also shorter preludes. I've been playing the well known Prelude in C but honestly although I *love* playing it since I find it somewhat meditative, I find it a tad boring to listen to.


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I'm happy to find the date so far in the future. I hope I'll be able to contribute to this lovely recital by that time.


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Bach a la Jazz - Prelude in C Minor, arr Matt Herskowitz

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Originally Posted by MeganR
I can't pass this up. I'm picking one of the supposedly easier and also shorter preludes. I've been playing the well known Prelude in C but honestly although I *love* playing it since I find it somewhat meditative, I find it a tad boring to listen to.


Don't overlook the Inventions, Sinfonias, and the French Suites
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Adagio BWV 974 (cmb13)
Chorale from Cantata No. 147 (Greener)
Prelude BWV 940 (meganr)
Duettos BWV 802-805 (will select 2) (ElaineAllegro)
Bach a la Jazz - Prelude in C Minor, arr Matt Herskowitz
French Suite No. 5 in G major, BWV 816 (probably not all the movements) (pianopi)
Invention #6 in E Major. (dynamobt)


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Italian Concerto BWV 971 (Schubertian)
Partita #6 BWV 830 (Schubertian)
Adagio BWV 974 (cmb13)
Chorale from Cantata No. 147 (Greener)
Prelude BWV 940 (meganr)
Duettos BWV 802-805 (will select 2) (ElaineAllegro)
Bach a la Jazz - Prelude in C Minor, arr Matt Herskowitz (TGoldman)
French Suite No. 5 in G major, BWV 816 (probably not all the movements) (pianopi)
Invention #6 in E Major. (dynamobt)
Bachianas Brasileiras #4 - Heitor Villa Lobos (Tim Adrianson)
13 Ways of Looking at the Goldberg Theme - composers TBD (Tim Adrianson)

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JS Bach
Italian Concerto BWV 971 (Schubertian)
Partita #6 BWV 830 (Schubertian)
Adagio BWV 974 (cmb13)
Chorale from Cantata No. 147 (Greener)
Prelude BWV 940 (meganr)
Duettos BWV 802-805 (will select 2) (ElaineAllegro)
Bach a la Jazz - Prelude in C Minor, arr Matt Herskowitz (TGoldman)
French Suite No. 2 in C Minor BMW 813 (some movements, we'll see how much I manage) (barbaram)
French Suite No. 5 in G major, BWV 816 (probably not all the movements) (pianopi)
Invention #6 in E Major. (dynamobt)
Bachianas Brasileiras #4 - Heitor Villa Lobos (Tim Adrianson)
13 Ways of Looking at the Goldberg Theme - composers TBD (Tim Adrianson)

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