Legendary Guitarist Andrés Segovia Plays J.S. Bach... 

Open Culture excerpt
In 1976 the great classical guitarist Andés Segovia 
returned to Granada, Spain, the city of his childhood, 
to perform a few pieces on film at the 14th century Moorish palace, 
the Alhambra. In the scene above, the 84-year-old Segovia 
plays a pair of gavottes from his own transcription of 
Johann Sebastian Bach’s 
Suite for Solo Cello No. 6 in D Major, BMV 1012. 
A gavotte is a kind of folk dance, originally from France, 
that was popular during the Baroque period.

 

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