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J.S.Bach - Orchestral Suite no.3 in D major BWV 1068 - 5. Gigue - Piano version
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The source is a partially autograph set of parts Bach wrote out those for flute and viola from Leipzig in — Joshua Rifkin has argued, based on in-depth analysis of the partially autograph primary sources, that this work is based on an earlier version in A minor in which the solo flute part was scored instead for solo violin. Rifkin argues that the violin was the most likely option, noting that in writing the word "Traversiere" in the solo part, Bach seems to have fashioned the letter T out of an earlier "V", suggesting that he originally intended to write the word "violin" the page in question can be viewed here, p.
Rifkin also suggests that Bach was inspired to write the suite by a similar work by his second cousin Johann Bernhard Bach. Flautist Steven Zohn accepts the argument of an earlier version in A minor, but suggests that the original part may have been playable on flute as well as violin. Ruiz has argued in detail that the solo instrument in the lost original A minor version was the oboe, and he has recorded it in his own reconstruction of that putative original on a baroque oboe.
Orchestral suites (Bach) - Wikipedia
His case against the violin is that: By contrast, "the range is exactly the range of Bach's oboes"; scoring the solo oboe occasionally lower than the first violin was typical Baroque practice, as the oboe still comes through to the ear; and the "figurations are very similar to those found in many oboe works of the period.
The oldest source is a partially-autographed set of parts from around Bach wrote out the trumpet, oboe, and timpani parts, and J. Bach's student Johann Ludwig Krebs wrote out the second violin and viola parts. An arrangement of the second movement of the suite by German violinist August Wilhelmj — became known as Air on the G String. The source is lost, but the existing parts date from circa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Overture of Orchestral Suite No. Overture part 1 of 2. Overture part 2 of 2. From Orchestral Suite No.
Movements 6 Minuet and 7 Badinerie.
Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin - edited by Leopold Auer
Air on the G String. First part of the Overture.
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