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Six Sonatas for Violin and Keyboard, BWV 1014-1019

Classical/Sonata • Alternative Title: Sechs Sonaten für Violine und Cembalo
 
 
   
 

Score, solo part

Title by uploader: Six Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord (or Piano), BWV 1014-1019


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PDF, 9.77 Mb ID: SM-000039575 Upload date: 06 Oct 2010
Instrumentation
Piano, Harpsichord, Violin
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Solo part
Movement(s)
1 to 6 from 6
Difficulty
Advanced
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Solo part

Title by uploader: Six Sonatas for Violin (or Viola) and Keyboard – Viola Part, BWV 1014-1019


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PDF, 2.08 Mb ID: SM-000081362 Upload date: 09 Nov 2011
Instrumentation
Viola
Scored for
Duo
Type of score
Score for two performers
Arranger
Friedrich Hermann
Publisher
Breitkopf und Härtel
Difficulty
Advanced
Genre
Classical/Arrangement
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Arrangement for soprano saxophone and keyboard

Title by uploader: J. S. Bach: Six Sonatas, arranged for soprano saxophone and keyboard by Paul Wehage, BWV 1014-1019


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PDF, 4.54 Mb ID: SM-000294267 Upload date: 14 Aug 2017
Instrumentation
Piano, Soprano Saxophone
Scored for
Solo, Accompanying piano
Type of score
Score for two performers, Solo part
Movement(s)
1 to 20 from 20
Arranger
Paul Wehage
Publisher
Musik Fabrik
Difficulty
Advanced
Duration
75'0
Year of composition
1720
n 1720 J. S. Bach was in the service of Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cöthen, serving as his Kapellmeister. Since the court of Anhalt-Cöthen was Calvinist, Church music was limited to congregational psalms and hymns. Bach’s work during this period consisted of writing chamber music for the Prince, who was an accomplished violinist, gambist and harpsichordist. Other works from this period include the Cello Suites, the viola da gamba sonatas, the Flute sonatas and the partita for solo flute and the Orchestral Suites.

The first five sonatas are in the four movement “Church Sonata” style. The first five sonatas all share the same principal of Slow-Fast-Slow-Fast with a generally unified three-voice “Trio Sonata” texture. Passages which include double stops have been arranged as grace notes, which should be performed rapidly, but with a sensitivity to creating the necessary resonance which suggest implied chords. 

The Sonata number 6 which is in a five movement form, including a central movement for Solo Keyboard. The first five sonatas all share the same principal of Slow-Fast-Slow-Fast with a generally unified three-voice “Trio Sonata” texture. Passages which include double stops have been arranged as grace notes, which should be performed rapidly, but with a sensitivity to creating the necessary resonance which suggest implied chords.
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