84224 - Bach’s Organ Works

N. Lygeros

He started to study
the Organ Chorale Preludes
from the Leipzig Autograph.
The Bach’s organ works were precious
but not only for the history of Music
because they belong to Mankind.
The analysis of each piece
of his mental chessboard
was like an archaeological exploration.
He was playing with notes
of the previous centuries.
With his own instrument
he creates a bridge
which was connected
to the composition.
It was a way to create a relation.
Even if it was artificial
at the beginning.
But each new score
was a new step
in this mission in time.
By this way,
the artificial became natural.
He was in relation
directly with his work
until the creation
of a link
between their souls.