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Bach, JS - 6 Sonatas and Partitas, BWV 1001-1006 - Solo Violin - edited by Leopold Auer - Carl Fischer Edition

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The Carl Fischer edition of this work is edited by Leopold Auer.

Note: Despite the title on the cover (Six Sonatas), this book does contain the six works known as the Sonatas and Partitas, BWV 1001 1006. Further, the table of contents incorrectly refers to musical items 2, 4, and 6 as sonatas.” These are actually the partitas. Bach’s 6 Sonatas and Partitas are not a total of 12 works; they consist of 3 Sonata da Chiesa & 3 Partitas.

Difficulty: A4-A6

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Title: 6 Sonatas and Partitas, BWV 1001-1006
Composer: JS Bach
Publisher: Carl Fischer
Instrumentation: Solo Violin
Parts Included: Violin
Additional Information: Cover says "Six Sonatas" but these are in fact the "Six Sonatas and Partitas"

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Asked On: 07/12/2017

Is Partita No. 2 in D minor BWV 1004 Allemande in this book?

SHAR Answer:

Hi Xiaowei! Yes, this book includes the Partita in D minor (Allemanda, Corrente, Sarabanda, Giga, Ciaccona). Please let us know if you have any additional questions!

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Asked On: 01/10/2017

I am curious about this. From the sample first page of the first sonata in G minor (Adagio), I don't really see any difference between our normal transcript and Leopold Auer's edition. Can you elaborate the difference please? I have been using Carl Fischer edition when I studied Bach anyhow. Thanks,

SHAR Answer:

Hello Suthee, thank you for your question. The Leopold Auer edition, like the Carl Flesch edition, takes some liberties from the original transcription. The Peters Edition of the Carl Flesch Edit shows this by setting the edited version and the original transcription in score form. Comparing the Auer to those, you will notice an added B-flat near the end of the first measure. This is one of few, if not the only difference in actual notes, while most differences will be in bow groupings and markings, stem direction, note duration, and finger markings, etc..

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