J.S. Bach - Sonata no. 1 in G minor, AdagioViolin: Megan Wang.
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· Adagio from Sonata in G minor for flute and harpsichord: Opus number: BWV , Mvmt. 2: Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (–) Also attributed to: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (–) Instrumentation: Flute and Harpsichord/Piano: Key: E-flat major: Range: F 4 –C 6: Time signature: 9/8: Tempo: 56 BPM: Performance time: Difficulty level: intermediate: Download Also attributed to: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ().
Uploaded on . Johann Sebastian Bach's magnificent set of works for unaccompanied violin begins with the Sonata in G Minor. The piece, like the others in the collection, is filled with thick chords and polyphony that stretched the limits of contemporary violin technique. The opening Adagio is particularly notable for its plaintive atmosphere and pseudo-improvisatory runs and on:
· Henry (Henri) Eccles (–) was an English was the son of composer Solomon Eccles and the brother of composer John a violinist, He.
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