Sechs Préluden für Violoncello solo, BWV 1007-1012

Sechs Préluden für Violoncello solo, BWV 1007-1012

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Mutel, Didier and Johann Sebastian Bach. Sechs Préluden für Violoncello solo, BWV 1007-1012. Paris: Didier Mutel, 2004. First Edition. 56 pp. 15 cm x 26 cm. The edition limited to 100 copies, numbered 1-100 and signed by Mutel, consists of aqua fortis printed on Arches paper. Eight loose quires of etchings inspired by the musical notation of selected movements from Bach’s cello suites, issued in slipcase decorated with musical staves.

Mutel’s interpretation of the six preludes from Bach’s Cello Suites, where each note represented by a blue star, is a graphic transposition of music, a new way to look at musical notation. The perception of the music can be quiet or agitated, horizontal or vertical—a poetic visual representation of music as a celestial map.

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Didier Mutel

Didier Mutel

engraver, printer, and book artist

Since 1989, the French engraver, printer, and book artist DIDIER MUTEL has created more than 40 works, including artist books, prints, engravings, atlases, and sculptures.

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