You know this seems to be a popular question
I think choosing the right dynamics/articulation/phrasing is hard for anyone with Bach. I think the same applies to the French suites (not sure if everyone agrees?)
Your best bet is probably to work through all that with your piano teacher if you can. I personally think its best to try to understand the reason for any phrasings, articulation , dynamics. They usually serve to describe the counterpoint, the voices, the structure of the music. You also usually have many many subtle and important choices no text could describe.
Also, my own opinion it is best to try to be conservative with any interpretation in Bach. Too much of anything -- articulations, dynamics, rubato etc -- tends to make it sound a bit caricaturish in my opinion
Anyway, this is all just my humble opinion
I' m thinking of getting the Schrimir's version or the ABRSM version because of its edited dynamics and interpretation - ( And also its Size bigger clearer layout !
(Easy on the eyes )
But Prosessional pianists tell me to buy the Urtext Version and add in your own Dynamics and interpretation ( Urtext is smaller layout - harder on the eyes hehe
But I'm playing this for my exams where I have to give a photocopy of the sheet music to the examiner - (A clean copy that is , without any pencil markings - ) and I have to look into the interpretation first before buying it. So I want to be sure-
What would you recommend ?Decide on dynamics and interpretation first, and then buy the book or just follow Schirmirs Version??