Sonata in G minor (BWV 1020) flute & piano / fl.2

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BACH, Johann Sebastian (1685 - 1750) or Carl Philip Emmanuel (1714 - 1788)
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  • Movements:(1) Allegro (2) Adagio (3) Allegro
  • Instrumentation: flute & piano / flute & flute 2
  • Difficulty Level: Advanced [ UK grade 7 ]
  • Flute 2 arr: R. Trubger
  • Duration: (1) 5:30" (2) 2.30" (3) 3:30"
  • Genre: Baroque
  • Format: Printed Book or digital PDF
  • Extras: mp3 play-alongs [size 5 - 10.5 MB]

The whole work is exceptional and movement 2 has some of the most beautiful music ever written. So it is a joy to play, (always popular with students - which means they enjoy practicing it) and a wonderful item for concert programming. There is a bit of a mystery about who composed it - formerly it was thought to have been composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, but nowadays is more often attributed to his son, Carl Philipp Emanuel. Movement 1 is listed in the ABRSM 'A list' syllabus for grade 7 flute.

The included flute duet* is the special feature of this edition, allowing the work to be performed by 2 equal flutes with or without a piano.

CONTENTS: 34 pp [flute solo, piano part, flute duet]

*in the duet version, flute 1 has the complete flute solo, while the accompaniment is compressed into a single line for the flute 2.


cover image shows Bach's house in Weimar.