J.S. Bach's 15 Two-Part Inventions, B.W.V. 772-786 are well-beloved by pianists everywhere. They were written in 1723 for the primary purpose of educating Bach's klavier pupils in finger facility and the basics of counterpoint. As masterpieces of the Baroque period, the intricate melodies offer interest and challenge for both the listener and the player. Now they are available for performance by string players in this arrangement for two violas.
Published by Viola World Publications
Difficulty: A4 / A5
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