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Bach, J.S.: Partita in a minor for flute solo, BWV 1013 (Jeanne)
Publisher: Jeanne Inc.
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It is believed today, that the Partita for Solo Flute
originated from Bach’s Cothen period (1770-1723), during
which time he composed many chamber works. Virtually
unknown at the time, the "Partita in a-moll fur Flote
solo, BWV1013" was not included in the Gesamtausgabe der
Bachgesellschaft of 1900.
The Partita is a dance suite, consisting of four popular
dances from the time; the Allemande, Corrente, Sarabande
and the Bourree Angloise. The source for the Jeanne
edition is the manuscript from the Berlin library. It
was common practice during Bach’s time that works were
played with alternate instrumentation. We have made a few
corrections in this new edition, where there were
As was common with most eighteenth century scores, few
articulation marks were included in the original
manuscript. We have not added new articulations to our
edition. The performer is expected to add articulation
markings where appropriate. In addition, ornamentation
may be added on repeats according to the performer’s
experience and personal tastes.
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