Partita in a minor for solo flute

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Bach: Partita in A Minor for Solo Flute, BWV 1013 by J.S. Bach

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Partita in A Minor, BWV 1013: I. Allemande

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Its date of composition is uncertain, though on the basis of its advanced playing technique, which is more demanding than in the flute part for the Fifth Brandenburg Concerto , for example, it must have been written after The discoverer of the sole surviving manuscript, Karl Straube , believed it to be an autograph and this view was accepted by Alfred Einstein. However, more recently it has been shown that it was made by two copyists. Although their names are unknown, one appears to be identical with the principal scribe of another manuscript, P containing the violin sonatas and partitas, BWV — , which places this part of the copy of the Partita in the first half of the s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Partita for Solo Flute - 1. Partita for Solo Flute - 2.

Partita in A minor, BWV (Bach, Johann Sebastian) Performer Pages, Paula Robison (flute) Title, Solo pour la Flute traversiere par J. S. Bach.
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As is the case with so many of J. Bach 's chamber works, we know virtually nothing about the circumstances in which the Partita in A minor for unaccompanied flute, BWV was composed. Bach 's other works for unaccompanied instruments other than keyboard and lute -- the Suites for solo cello, BWV and the Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin, BWV -- were all informed to one degree or another by his own skill as a string instrument performer this is not to say that he was necessarily accomplished enough to perform them adequately; indeed, evidence indicates that he was not, and perhaps never tried. With the flute Partita, however, Bach was left almost entirely to his own ingenuity, as neither tradition nor personal familiarity could come into much play during the creation of so unlikely a work. Lengthiest of the Partita's four movements is the opening allemande, whose running sixteenth-notes outline a broad binary design. As with those movements from the solo violin and cello works that are exclusively melodic meaning only that no multiple-stopping of the strings is called for -- such as the "Allemanda" from the D minor violin Partita, very similar in plan to this flute allemande -- there are frequent leaps from one register to another as Bach engages to make melodically plain the implied harmonic voices bass, treble, etc. In each half, the approach to the cadence is made via some juicy, chromatically descending miniature arpeggios.

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Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs. Product available. The work is extant in only one copy as autograph material of the composer has not survived. This raises a number of questions and problems which the present edition faces again not only in the preface and notes on interpretation, but also in the musical text itself. Due to the meticulous examination and assessment of all text details, the transition to the repetition of the second part in the Allemande, for example, is structured differently than in most established editions.

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