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    Dinos

    6 years ago

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    Great stereo presence, a bit of background tape hiss. The other instalments in the oringal series are Bach: Play Bach, No. 1,Bach: Jacques Loussier Plays Bach No. 2,Play Bach No. 3,Play Bach No. 4 and the concert at the Paris Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Play Bach: Aux Champs-Elysees/5(9).
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    Sanris

    6 years ago

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    Great stereo presence, a bit of background tape hiss. The other instalments in the oringal series are Bach: Play Bach, No. 1, Bach: Jacques Loussier Plays Bach No. 2, Play Bach No. 3, Play Bach No. 4 and the concert at the Paris Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Play Bach: Aux Champs-Elysees/5(9).
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    Kigazahn

    6 years ago

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    Shop records for sale for album Play bach by Jacques Loussier on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
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    Totaur

    6 years ago

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    Jacques Loussier - Play Bach: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Prelude N 1 En Ut Majeur: A2: Fugue N 1 En Ut Majeur: A3: Prelude N 2 En Ut Mineur: A4: Fugue N 2 En Ut Mineur: B1: Toccata & Fugue En Re Mineur: B2: Prelude N 8 En Re Diese Mineur: B3: Prelude N 5 En Re Majeur See more tracks.
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    Yogal

    6 years ago

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    Jacques Loussier Trio The Best Of Play Bach on g LP Box Set Pianist/composer Jacques Loussier has been swinging the classics for more than four decades now - ever since he formed the Play Bach Trio in the late '50s, when the union of his classical background with his interest in jazz created a remarkable success story with more than six.
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    Akinoshicage

    6 years ago

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    I remember watching Jacques Loussier trio do TV series where they play various selections from the Play Bach albums and at the time it blew me away that Bach and jazz can be combined together. The arrangements are quite faithful to Bach's original pieces and the improvisations quite tasteful, even intellectual at times.
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    Jukinos

    6 years ago

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    'Play Bach Volumes 1, 2 & 3'; 'Jacques Loussier Joue Kurt Weill' Following in the footsteps of the renowned guitarist Django Reinhardt who had experimented with putting the swing into classical music before the war, here we present the French pianist and arranger Jacques Loussier with three volumes of his celebrated series, 'Play Bach'/5(55).
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    Nezshura

    6 years ago

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    Jacques Loussier il le joue jazz,lui et c'est plutôt bien: une walking-bass sur la fantaisie en do mineur,on double le tempo sur le prélude en do (comme au bon vieux temps du baroque and roll).N'en déplaise à certains petits maitres de chapelles,je pense que Jean-Seb n'aurait pas renié ces réinterprêtations!/5().
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    Dugrel

    6 years ago

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    I have loved the Jacques Loussier Trio since the 's. Actually, although I loved most classical music, I didn't like J S Bach much up until then. No-one has ever managed to do what they do with such finesse. I decided it was time to re-buy them in CD format, so I bought Play Bach albums 1 through 5 for myself just before christmas/5(16).