Recorded December 27, 28 and 29, 2005 at Bowdoin College Chapel in Brunswick, Maine.

Credits: Produced by Myles Jordan and Bob Ludwig; Engineered and Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, Maine; Baroque cello by Warren Ellison, Jericho Center, Vermont (2005), after Brothers Amati, Cremona (1609); Baroque bow by Denis Bergeron, Lyon, France (2005);

This recording is available worldwide, wherever classical CDs are sold. It can also be purchased on-line from several websites, including Centaur Records, or downloaded from Apple's iTunes Store.

cd cover
In this, his first solo recording, Myles Jordan provides a new interpretation of these works by exploring the original context in which Bach composed them. A synopsis of Jordan's research is available in the CD's liner notes (click here). This is Volume 1 of a two-CD series; the second disc will be available at a later date. You may audition a short sample here (Allemande, from the First Cello Suite in G Major, BWV 1007).