The D minor chaconne is undoubtedly the most famous piece from Bach's 6 sonatas and partitas for violin solo - no wonder she has received numerous adaptations. Johannes Brahms admired how one single system recorded "a whole world of deepest thoughts and powerful sensations". Promptly he laid himself with his editing only for the left hand a comparable restriction and stated enthusiastically: "The similar difficulty, the type of technique, the Arpeggieren, everything comes together, me - to feel like a violinist!" The Valerie Woodring -Goertzen published Henle urtext edition is based on the musical text of the new Johannes Brahms Complete Edition and also provides in the preface interesting details on the history of this unusual work.
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