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World Première: Miriam Fried Online Bach Video Encyclopedia

The most complete online video encyclopedia about Bach’s violin solo repertoire in the world.

Miriam Fried dedicated almost a year to complete her online Bach video encyclopedia. It’s a true declaration of love and admiration for Bach. We dare to say the most complete online video encyclopedia about Bach’s violin solo repertoire in the world that was ever created. We caught up with her, despite her busy schedule and asked her why she decided to create this so precious knowledge about the incredibly versatile composer Bach.  Continue reading World Première: Miriam Fried Online Bach Video Encyclopedia

Miriam Fried on Bach Allemande in B minor (from Partita No. 1)

By Geertje Podevyn

Miriam Fried shares her musical legacy brilliantly on the iClassical Academy platform with her Masterclass on Bach’s Allemande in B minor. From the very start, Miriam Fried understands that every musician should start with a plan on what this music is really about. Continue reading Miriam Fried on Bach Allemande in B minor (from Partita No. 1)

Modern versus Baroque Violin Bow

Modern versus Baroque Violin Bow

by Paul Casserly

Miriam Fried is a Master Teacher of the violin, and in our excerpt video (which you can find here), she explains that there are a few differences between the modern violin bow and the Baroque violin bow. Let’s explore the history and differences between performing a violin piece performed with each, how they are similar, and the stylistic differences of how each plays a piece written by Baroque composers. Continue reading Modern versus Baroque Violin Bow