It’s probably the first time, somebody recording the Cello Suites with a decelerations concept. You might find experiment to slow down existing records, and with computer scaled down. But slow motion is not deceleration! Slow motion is a technical brake. With deceleration you can discover a timeless beauty, alien to technical and mechanical concerns. We absolutely need this timeless beauty, as we are accustomed to systematizing and approving everything; the manuscript of Anna Magdalena is a priceless gift if you make the effort to delve into it. And so, inspired by Albert Schweitzer, in order for the graphic representation to not turn into chaos for the listener, it is vital to not play in slow motion, but decelerated.