Gahhh. I can't decide. I need to choose. I can't. Please somebody help me decide.
Bach Partita no. 6 BWV 830: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6wuIgSSKPg
Bach/Busoni Chaconne in D minor:
(part one) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnoSeI3APSg
(part two) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLIDrJQ7BFQ&feature=related
Do click on the links :). While Bach definitely is purely baroque in style (pfft but of course!), Busoni actually took Bach's works and transcribed them during his day, thus resulting in a more romantic character.
As of now, I'm leaning towards Busoni's chaconne, but then again I'm a natural romanticist.
To be honest, I feel that I need to do more baroque and 20th century stuff to keep from being a lopsided classical romanticist.
Maybe I should stick with the Bach partita. Or learn up a new prelude and fugue.
I wish I never discovered Busoni's chaconne! Oh the ever-present temptation.
I'm still undecided.