Gavotte en Rondeau – Michael Chapdelaine – Video (classical guitar) Bach

This is a straight ahead legit performance of the 3rd movement from the 4th Lute Suite, BWV 1006, by J.S. Bach.

Duration : 0:3:33

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24 comments on “Gavotte en Rondeau – Michael Chapdelaine – Video (classical guitar) Bach
  1. DiCelloPiano says:

    That was great!
    That was great!

  2. fngrstyl says:

    Awesome!
    Awesome!

  3. jackinslc says:

    Guitar and …
    Guitar and performance are both beautiful!

  4. Darrell Rose says:

    What beautifully …
    What beautifully sounding guitar. And, you too of course.

  5. buddybear says:

    Hey Mike, where do …
    Hey Mike, where do you get off putting in those extra things in BACH?! Just kiddng! That was a most awesome (and different) interpretation of this piece. Bravo!

  6. ENevada says:

    lovely tone, …
    lovely tone, beautiful instrument…thanks for sharing…

  7. David Valderrama says:

    Excelente querido …
    Excelente querido maestro saludos desde Venezuela!

  8. Chris Benson says:

    That was beautiful …
    That was beautiful. Was it me or did that guitar have a harpsichord tone to it insome parts?

  9. ricosfx123 says:

    So nice to hear …
    So nice to hear Michael play on a classical guitar! The recording is of very high quality and really shows of the superb tone.

  10. ErisRon says:

    love it michael! …
    love it michael! but where’s my 720p? have it on every vid please 🙂

  11. Snougdoug says:

    Bravo Michael
    Bravo Michael

  12. Ed Trujillo says:

    Brilliant Mr …
    Brilliant Mr Chapdelaine. This is one of Bach’s little gems from the Unaccompanied Violin Sonatas and Partitas, I learned it on the violin as a kid then did my own transcription for guitar which I also played. But what YOU”VE done with it is so subtle and effective I didn’t know wether to laugh or cry! Thank You. Your performance has brought back memories and given me much pleasure. I think even Segoia would at last acknowledge and embrace your interpretive genius.
    Abrasos Hermano!.

  13. Michael Chapdelaine says:

    thanks Eddy: …
    thanks Eddy: really glad that it ht you that way. Means a lot to me.
    ¡saludos!
    m

  14. brosiga says:

    Mr. Chapdelaine, …
    Mr. Chapdelaine, Saw you with 20 of my friends in CA a couple years ago. This piece is what keeps me coming back to view your music and skill. I hope to see your wonderful music again in the future.

  15. rdingo1 says:

    This interpretation …
    This interpretation sounds so very “Michael Chapdelaine” to me; subtle, beautiful, suprising and meaningful! I believe that even JSB would be quite pleased with your treatment of this and with your guitar work that seems to hide a tiny harpsichord somewhere within. Thank you, Michael, and all the best from New England!

    “…we all shine on!” -JWL

  16. oakidoki guitar says:

    Wow what a piece. …
    Wow what a piece.  Love it

  17. destryridesagain says:

    Gorgeous Michael! …
    Gorgeous Michael! 🙂

  18. Brian Cullen says:

    Nice’n snappy
    Nice’n snappy

  19. Raffaele Troso says:

    beautiful! I did …
    beautiful! I did not know before. I’ve heard dozens of times. great expressiveness and warmth in touch. my compliments (… and sorry for my english)

  20. maximsguitarworkshop says:

    a great classical …
    a great classical guitar song with tab. please have a listen
    v=GTGrBFll2-A

  21. Al Gamow says:

    Hi, Michael. Your …
    Hi, Michael. Your concert at University of Texas around 1991 or 1992 was the first classical concert I attended. Love your playing. Best wishes.

  22. Al Gamow says:

    Michael, I have a …
    Michael, I have a special request: If you ever get the chance, would you consider performing Bach’s Arioso BWV 156 and posting it to Youtube? I think your expressiveness and tonality would be great for that piece.

    If it’s a low priority for you, I definitely understand. Have a great spring and summer.

  23. ludoplastic says:

    This is awesome..
    This is awesome..

  24. germanperez82 says:

    wow
    wow

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