Though overshadowed amongst his works for violin by the famous Sonatas and Partitas, J.S. Bach's Sonatas for Violin and Keyboard are nonetheless beautiful and intricately written. The "keyboard" part may played by piano, for ease of modern performance, but was originally intended for harpsichord (sometimes referred to as "cembalo"). Volume 2 contains BWV 1017, 1018, and 1019; for more details, please see "Item Includes."
This Urtext edition is for violin and piano (or harpsichord). Edited by Hans Eppstein, with fingerings in the piano part by Hans-Martin Theopold, and fingerings and bowings in the violin part by Karl Röhrig. Published by G. Henle Verlag.
Title: 6 Sonatas for Violin and Piano, Volume 2: BWV 1017-1019 Composer: JS Bach Arranger: Editor: Rohrig Publisher: Henle Instrumentation: Violin and piano Parts Included: Two violin parts (one edited, one unedited), piano score Additional Information: Urtext edition Includes sonatas nos 4-6
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