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    Andy McAllister ajm2qc03's Avatar
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    Default Switching up Genres for a moment

    I was in a bit of a lull, and what better way to get out of it than by switching things up. Here is Bach's Prelude from the 1st Cello Suite. Enjoy and let me know what you think!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xfzhd2vcfW0

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    Nicely done! Always a treat to hear Bach on a cold afternoon!
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    Nice, well played.

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    Well played, Andy. Lovely to hear a solo instrument on a work like this.
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