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From Flute Sonata in G minor The Sonata in G minor, BWV 1020, is traditionally attributed to Bach, but it is almost certainly not a work by J.S. Bach; it may, however, have been composed by his son C.P.E. The originally intended ensemble seems to be flute and harpsichord, but the work is commonly performed on both flute and violin. Anyways, this is an elegant piece of late-Baroque chamber music, and it is not put to any shame by the six unquestionably authentic flute sonatas by J.S.
Spider Man 2001 Pc Download Full Version. The opening movement of this sonata presents no tempo indication in Urtext editions, but it is generally considered to be an Allegro. The entirety of the opening theme is given to the harpsichord as a solo; when the flute enters some bars later, the music briefly takes on a more spacious form, but soon the energetic theme creeps back in.
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• • • About Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) – Germany Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was the second surviving son of and Maria Barbara Bach. He never had any music teacher beside his father. Unlike Sebastian who studied several instruments, Emanuel only played keyboard. He attended law school because his father wanted him to have the university education that he lacked. However, it was clear that Emanuel’s passions lied in music. He was the court harpsichordist for Frederick II of Prussia for nearly 30 years, eventually leaving to take over post in Hamburg, Germany.
Emanuel was the foremost composer in the empfindsamer Stil, a style largely associated with solo keyboard works and characterized by abrupt changes of mood. He is the author of the 'Essay on the True Art of Playing Keyboard Instruments', which is still one of the most important writings on the subject.
He was the most prolific of Sebastian’s sons, composing,,,, and. Learn more about Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach in our blog,.