I think after 16 months of suffering my attempts at playing Bach, dear old Heinrich deserves a holiday. Also, we are regularly playing chamber music in Florence Park now, so I'll obsess about that instead (here's a list of duos for cello and flute, I'll post trios some other time). Seeing how the UK is effing up the covid response for a third time, I expect we will be back to lockdown Bach come September.
In June, I almost managed to memorise the second half of the Gigue in D minor, just a few loose bars left to tie up. I also shifted the Courante and Sarabande in G to the next level, so the first suite is now beginning to take shape. Just need to find a way of doubling the speed of the Courante.
So after 16 months with 446 practice days, 12 movements studied, and 462 bars memorised, my list now looks like this:
2) movements memorised in a significant part
3.4 Sarabande (1/3)
4) movements memorised and synchronised with metronome
It's all downhill from here ...