The six Partitas were originally published individually by Bach between 1726 and 1730. A complete one-volume edition appeared in 1731. Dr. Hans Bischoff used that original complete edition in producing this current edition. The "Overture in the French Manner" is included, and is also known as "Partita in B Minor." It originally appeared in 1735. Introductory notes, preface, and a table of embellishments are included, along with performance footnotes.
Willard A. Palmer updates this popular volume by turn-of-the-century British educator, Walter Carroll. The easiest keyboard works of J.S. Bach and others are presented primarily as Carroll edited them, with complete fingering, tempo, dynamic, and articulation markings. Improvements over Carroll's edition include wider line spacing and the restoration of Bach's ornaments that were previously omitted.
This timeless collection contains selections attributed to J.S. Bach, his son C.P.E. Bach, and others. Generations of students have studied the volume's "Menuet in G Major," "Musette in D Major" and the "Prelude in C Major" from the first volume of the Well-Tempered Clavier. Dr. Palmer provides the texts to the instrumental settings of chorales and arias found in this work, as well as a brief biography of the Bach family.
Bach's Six English Suites have been newly engraved from the acclaimed Hans Bischoff edition. These fresh, easily read pages will make lessons and work towards performance more simple and exciting. Included is a lengthy preface by Bischoff, discussing materials used to develop this edition, along with various footnotes throughout the text to clarify performance.
Titles: * No. 1 in A Major * No. 2 in A Minor * No. 3 in G Minor * No. 4 in F Major * No. 5 in E Minor * No. 6 in D Minor
This series of publications is actually comprised of five narrowly focused series: Piano Music from His Early Years, Piano Music Inspired by Women, Dances of… and Humor in Piano Music. They are a result of in-depth musicological study by Dr Hinson. Each series provides assistance in the areas of performance practice and historical backgrounds as they relate to each piece.
Contains works representing Bach's enormous output for keyboard, ranging from more simple works found in The Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach and Two- and Three-Part Inventions, to Preludes and Fugues from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Suites, and Partitas. This publications contains 88 selections.
"His distinctive achievement was to present in its final shape the fabric of polyphony." — Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians This assessment of Bach's accomplishments is best realized in his organ music. Regarded as the world's greatest composer for organ, Bach coupled mastery of the instrument with his genius for composition to produce some of the richest and most beautiful music of all time. This comprehensive volume — reproduced directly from the authoritative Bach-Gesellschaft edition — reprints 25 sets of preludes and fugues, i.e. compositions written as pairs. Individual preludes and fugues composed over the years are not included. This volume contains: Preludes and Fugues: C Major (BMV 531); D Minor (BWV 539); C Major (MWV 547); DF Major (MWV 532); G Major (MWV 541); E Minor (BWV 548); E Minor (MWV 533); A Minor (MWV 543); C Minor (MWV 549); F Minor (MWV 534); B Minor (BWV 544); G Major (MWV 550); G Minor (MWV 535); C Major (MWV 545); A Minor (MWV 551); A Major (BWV 536); C Minor (BWV 546). Eight Short Preludes and Fugues: C Major (BWV 553); G Major (MWV 557); D Minor (MWV 554); G Minor (MWV 558); E Minor (BWV 555); A Minor (BWV 559); F Major (MWV 556); B-flat Major (MWV 560). Now organist and music lovers can enjoy a wealth of Bach's finest organ music in one convenient, inexpensive playing edition — ideal for reading, study, and performance, with large note heads, wide margins, and clear reproduction.
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