A Personal Collection
Music is primarily an aural experience. But of the other senses, the visual is next in line. Listeners have long been fascinated with ‘watching’ the music – seeing musicians ‘get into it’ with body and soul, focusing on flying fingers, following along with a score, and reveling in synchronous dance movement. The eyes help to reveal the music – its substance and its structure.
On our watch, since the new millennium, technology has afforded us new possibilities for keeping an eye on music. I have been drawn to these whenever they’ve come to my attention, and have been bookmarking them for two decades. Here, finally, is a place where I can share my fascination. The music is all Bach.
By clicking the Title link you can watch the video in it’s full context (often with some preliminary ads). Or you can open the lightbox video player and skip the ads by clicking the picture.
Newmaker Notes – writings, photos and collections – by Henry J. de Jong.
Newmaker is the spirit that drives a lifetime of creativity, and is a reflection of the Creator who continues to make all things new.