Johann Sebastian Bach: 3 Two Part Inventions

Johann Sebastian Bach: 3 Two Part Inventions for piano BWV 772, 777, 779 | UT51026

The edition is supplemented with a facsimile of the autograph to study the composer´s own manuscript in all its details.

Instrument:
for piano
Edition type:
facsimile
Composer:
Bach Johann Sebastian
Series:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Grade:
2-5
Catalogue Number:
BWV 772, 777, 779
Edition info:
Urtext und Faksimile
  • UT51026
  • ISBN: 978-3-85055-715-3
  • ISMN: 979-0-50057-338-8
  • 23.1 × 30.3 cm
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Contents – 3 Two Part Inventions for piano BWV 772, 777, 779

  • Inventionen BWV 772 ©, BWV 777

Description

As in his days, Johann Sebastian Bach's Inventions form an integral part of the piano teaching literature even today. The three selected examples with facsimile give an insight into Bach's teaching workshop and his aim to teach his pupils 'to cultivate a cantabile style of playing and to gain from the beginning a strong foretaste of composition'. The edited musical text of the new edition is based on the revision of all inventions and symphonies of the composer presented by Ulrich Leisinger in 2007.

The edition is supplemented with a facsimile of the autograph. As well as being a bibliophile´s delight, the edition also offer the opportunity to study the composer´s own manuscript in all its details. The most subtle nuances, which can only be represented in musical handwriting and never in print, can thus provide a logical extension of the typographical limitations of engraving, and convey additional stimuli for consideration of the interpretation of the work.

Additional information

Instrument:
for piano
Edition type:
facsimile
Composer:
Bach Johann Sebastian
Series:
Wiener Urtext Edition
Grade:
2-5
Catalogue Number:
BWV 772, 777, 779
Edition info:
Urtext und Faksimile

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