thank you very much for your appreciated comment!
No one on record gets it right emotionally, except for Feinberg, who reveals/unravels this little prelude in all its magnificence.
That´s very interesting, I don´t know Feinberg and will look for his interpretation.
But as I say, I find many subtle insights in your version, which insights, btw, i think in this very narrow instance can only be revealed when the piece is played at exactly the tempo you adopted.
I´m happy that someone likes especially my tempo. The feeling of tempo in Bachs pieces is a very individual and different matter as I often have to experience.
So this is excellent stuff, because really no one hits the mark on this prelude, and you are already so quickly very close to the target.
Thank you, John-Lewis, I´m glad you like it and I think, we have a lot of affinity concerning our imaginations of Bach-interpretation.
All of us are constrained by TIME, needless to say; so I can't comment on the little things, which little things are easy to correct anyway, and don't really matter much, in any case, when the soul you have already captured!
That´s exactly my point of view. Of course, there may be little things, but the subtleness and soulfulness of interpretation is the most important. Bothering is a performance without soul and with little things.
All the best, Andreas