Baroque Mini Challenge 🏰

Hey fellow toneBuddies!! 🎶

We will have an insightful live stream roundtable discussion featuring some of the most renowned experts in the Baroque and Renaissance music (learn more about that here: 😉). To keep the spirit of these incredible eras alive and flourishing, we thought it would be a fantastic idea to create a mini community challenge for all of you to participate in!

🌟 The Challenge: 🌟

We invite you to record and upload a video of yourself playing a piece from the Baroque or Renaissance era. We want to see your passion and skill while you bring these timeless compositions to life.

📹 How to participate: 📹

  1. Record a video of yourself performing a Baroque or Renaissance piece.

  2. Upload your video to your preferred platform (e.g., YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).
  3. Share the link to your video in the comments section below.
  4. Feel free to add a brief description of the piece you chose and why you love it.

🤝 Interact and engage: 🤝

Don't forget to check out the performances of your fellow toneBuddies! Show your support by leaving comments, constructive feedback, and appreciation for their efforts. Let's encourage each other to improve and enjoy the beauty of these historical eras.

🏆 Reward: 🏆

There's no specific prize for this challenge, but it's an opportunity to showcase your talent, receive feedback, and connect with like-minded music lovers. Who knows? You might even make some new friends along the way!

💡 Need inspiration? 💡

Can't make it to the live stream roundtable discussion that inspired this challenge, don't worry! The stream will be recorded, you can rewatch it at any time!

🎶 Ready, set, play! 🎶

We can't wait to see your incredible Baroque and Renaissance performances. Let's keep the spirit of these eras alive and thriving in our community!

Happy playing, everyone! 🎉

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  • Here is my transcription of the Prelude, BWV 1007. Enjoy :)

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      bryan. burns2011 Wonderful Bryan!!  Thank you for sharing your art. I look forward  to seeing more. 

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    • bryan. burns2011 Impressive Bryan, bravo. Many applauds. 

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      bryan. burns2011 That is beautiful, Bryan. I agree that the transcription and production are equally beautiful.

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    • bryan. burns2011 wow, that was a good ending of my day!

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    • bryan. burns2011 Thank you for a fresh, beautiful production of the 1007 Prelude.  I really enjoyed it!

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    • Eric Phillips Many Thanks !

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    • Marilyn Blodget Thank you so much, I'm happy that you enjoyed it!

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    • Jack Stewart Much Gratitude!

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    • Michael Shirk Thank You !

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    • Barney Many Thanks !

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    • bryan. burns2011 Really superb and inspiring performance.  Thank you for sharing it.

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    • Rick Lord 

       

      Thank you so much !!! 

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    • bryan. burns2011 Beautiful playing and production, bravo Bryan! 💪Is there any reason why you uploaded a video file instead of sharing the link of this video from your YT channel?

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    • Blaise Laflamme Many Thanks

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      bryan. burns2011 Just had chance to listen to this Bryan. Very nice and I like the video also!

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    • Derek 

      Many Thanks !

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  • Thank you so much, David. Yes, I have arranged and published the entire suite and others. Previews and purchase options are available on my website. https://bryanburnsguitarist.com/
    All Best!

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  • Here's the Bach Prelude 998, transcribed by Frank Koonce.  Next challenge, memorization.

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    • Marilyn Blodget You seem to be able to play all the iconic pieces of the repertoire, Marilyn. Beautiful!

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    • Eric Phillips Thanks Eric!

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      Marilyn Blodget Beautiful Marilyn!  Loved it.  Is there a reason you picked the Koonce version?  I have the Koonce book, but have not explored it.

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    • Barney Thanks Barney!  I’m glad you enjoyed it. My teacher, Jason Vieaux, recommended the Koonce edition.  

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      Marilyn Blodget That is beautiful, Marilyn. The range of your repertoire is really impressive, and all at such a high level! And you also play piano. 

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      Marilyn Blodget Well , Jason is certainly a reliable source; and I like the fold-out pages in the Koonce spiral bound book, haha.

      Did you study with Jason on the Artistworks platform?

       

        Thanks!

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    • Jack Stewart Thank you Jack!

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