Catalogue


Keyboard music /
the Bach-Gesellschaft edition ; Johann Sebastian Bach.
edition
Dover edition.
imprint
New York : Dover Publications, Inc., 1970.
description
1 score (312 pages) ; 28 cm
ISBN
0486223604, 9780486223605
format(s)
Score
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imprint
New York : Dover Publications, Inc., 1970.
isbn
0486223604
9780486223605
publisher #
22360
B.W.III.
B.W.XIII.(2)
contents note
Six English suites -- Six French suites -- Six partitas (Clavierübung part I) -- Goldberg variations (Clavierübung part IV) -- Fifteen two-part inventions and fifteen three-part sinfonias.
general note
"Unabridged republication of Johann Sebastian Bach's Clavier-werke, v. 13/2 and v. 3, originally published by the Bach-Gesellschaft, Leipzig, in 1863 and 1853, respectively."--Title page verso.
abstract
The renowned Bach-Gesellschaft was founded in 1850 to collect, edit, and publish all the known works of J.S. Bach. This volume reprints in full, directly from the Bach-Gesellschaft volumes, the full texts of Bach's Six English Suites, the Six French Suites, Six Partitas from the Clavierubung, the Goldberg Variations, and the Two- and Three-Part Inventions and Sinfonias. A playing edition, with music in large, clear type.
catalogue key
8867825
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Summaries
Unpaid Annotation
The renowned Bach-Gesellschaft was founded in 1850 to collect, edit, and publish all the known works of J.S. Bach. This volume reprints in full, directly from the Bach-Gesellschaft volumes, the full texts of Bach's Six English Suites, the Six French Suites, Six Partitas from the Clavierubung, the Goldberg Variations, and the Two- and Three-Part Inventions and Sinfonias. A playing edition, with music in large, clear type.
Unpaid Annotation
6 English Suites, 6 French Suites, 6 Partitas, Goldberg Variations, 15 2-Part Inventions, more.
Main Description
Bach-Gesellschaft edition. For harpsichord, piano, other keyboard instruments. English Suites, French Suites, Six Partitas, Goldberg Variations, Two-Part Inventions, Three-Part Sinfonias.

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