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Sung-Won Yang discusses the J.S. Bach, Six Cello Suites with Spokane Public Radio

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Interview with Spokane PR's Jim Tevenan

After the releasing the Bach album with EMI in 2005, Decca releases; Sung-Won Yang's J.S. Bach, Six Cello Suites recorded at 19th century's catholic church, Notre Dame de Bon Secours, Paris. In order to contain the natural sounds of the recording from the catholic church, this album specifically minimized the post production including the mixing process. You can experience the maturity and depth of Sung-Won Yang's cello sound of time compared to the recording 13 years ago. Sung-Won Yang's have said that Bach's music provides beyond happiness, yet intellectual and spiritual pieces which makes J.S. Bach, Six Cello Suites holy grail for the cellists.

Sung-Won Yang was recently interviewed by Spokane Public Radio's Jim Tevenan. Listen to the interview via the attached file.