‘Reinventing Bach’ by Paul Elie

American author Paul Elie thinks that Bach is particularly well placed to flourish in the age of recording because of the nature of his music. And he feels that Bach, a practical and inventive person, would have approved of all this technological innovation.

Read my review of his book here. It’s published in the Arts and Books section of Saturday’s Independent.


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One Response to “‘Reinventing Bach’ by Paul Elie”

  1. Alison said on

    ‘… measured out our life with coffee cantatas’ – oh, how clever! Glorious!

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