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Kim Kashkashian. Photo by Emma Goldmann, courtesy of ECM Records.

Show Notes

We know what you’re thinking: Another episode about Bach?! That’s what we said! In fact, in this episode we ask Grammy-winning violist Kim Kashkashian to explain why classical musicians play and record the same music repeatedly, and specifically, why it’s often the music of Bach. Her answer is totally fascinating! We also address the elephant in the room, i.e., whether or not it would have been okay with Bach that she played his Cello Suites on viola on her new album.

Music in this episode:

Special thanks to Todd Reynolds for his music, Taskforce: Farmlab from Outerbourough.

Thanks to our official bagel supplier, Barney’s Bagels: There ain’t no bagel like a Barney’s Bagel because a Barney’s Bagel don’t stop (because it’s a circle – get it?!).

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