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Ramin Bahrami play Bach on the Montesanto Staircase

Ramin Bahrami is considered one of the most important living Bach interpreters internationally. The Iranian pianist's interpretive research currently focuses on the monumental keyboard production of Johann Sebastian Bach, which Bahrami approaches with the respect and cosmopolitan sensibility with which his culture and training is imbued. The German, Russian, Turkish and, of course, Persian influences that characterized his childhood enable him to approach Bach's music while enhancing its sense of universality.

Partita n. 1 in si b maggiore, BWV 825

Praeludium

Allemande

Corrente

Sarabande

Menuet I/II

Gigue

Partita n. 2 in do minore, BWV 826

Sinfonia: Grave adagio – Andante – (Allegro)

Allemande

Courante

Sarabande

Rondeaux

Capriccio

Partita n. 6 in mi minore, BWV 830

Toccata

Allemanda

Corrente

Air

Sarabande

Tempo di Gavotta

Gigue

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