I meet a lot of people who are into WPF. It’s funny how many of them are interested in the fact that I play Johann Sebastian Bach‘s keyboard music on the piano. Bach has been an obsession of mine since I was a little kid. I’ve been playing the piano since I was five years old, and have been in love with Bach’s music since around then.
Quite a few people have asked me to send them a recording of me playing a Bach piece. I have a Yamaha Clavinova CLP 240, which is a fantastic digital grand piano. Recently I realized that I can create semi-decent recordings of me playing the piano and then save them as MP3 files. So I decided to satisfy the curiosity of all those people who, for whatever strange reason, want to hear me play some Bach.
I wish I had more time to practice the piano, but being obsessed with WPF kinda gets in the way. The performance is pretty good, but there are definitely things about it I would like to improve. Unfortunately I’m not sophisticated enough at this stuff to figure out how to edit the audio file. 😉 Alright, enough excuses for my shortcomings. Here is a recording of me playing the Rondeaux from Bach’s second keyboard partita, in C minor: Rondeaux in C minor (as played by Josh)