Sunday Songs: Bach's Goldberg Aria with House in Provence by Paul Cézanne



Who doesn't like J.S Bach (1685-1750) and Paul Cezanne (1839-1906)? Somebody I suppose but not me. I love them both. Bach's musical harmonic structures just remind you that there is peace, joy and purpose in the universe especially if you forget sometimes with the insanity that goes on in our world. Ditto for Cezanne.

'House in Provence' (1885-1886) oil painting by Paul Cézanne.
Music: Goldberg Variations, BWV 988-Aria da Capo played by Shelley Katz.

You can download this music for free at www.hdclassicalmusic.com.

Hannibal Lecter's guide to the Goldberg Variations

Glenn Gould's version of the Goldberg Variations here. Interview in the first 6 minutes.

Some great links to Cezanne's paintings and life.

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