Re: The Bach choral dilemma (Christian Kaernbach )

Subject: Re: The Bach choral dilemma
From:    Christian Kaernbach  <chris(at)PSYCHOLOGIE.UNI-LEIPZIG.DE>
Date:    Thu, 23 Jan 2003 06:58:42 +0100

> Listening carefully to BWV 363 (Jesus Christus, unser Heiland), or BWV > 364 (Jesus Christus, unser Heiland, der den Tod), I hardly hear it > streaming, if streaming at all. Same for my Sensation & Perception > class. Dear Luc, My favorite example for streaming baroque music is BWV 1006, Partita III E major by J. S. Bach, the very first few notes of the first piece (Preludio): After some 15 notes of "a single perceptual stream" the composer clearly establishes two perceptual streams. My recording is by Sigiswald Kuijken, on Harmonia Mundi GD77043. Best, Christian -- PD Dr. Christian Kaernbach Institut fuer Allgemeine Psychologie Universitaet Leipzig Germany

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