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Bach: Partita No. 1 in B-flat Major

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ID:175
Johann Sebastian Bach - Partitas :
Partita, No. 1
Partita  No. 1  in B-flat Major by Bach piano sheet music
Key: B-flat Major Published: 1731
Level: 8+ Period: Baroque
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (1547 kB)


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xx Bach Partita in Bflat Gigue
October 08, 2003, 12:36:24 AM by arigatuso

Hello, is anyone learning Bach Partita Nro. 1 in Bflat, Gigue? I' m working on this piece and have some problems, speccially with the balance of the hands.

Thanks,
Alejandro.



sad Bach Partita #1 in Bflat, Gigue
February 25, 2004, 05:40:31 AM by arigatuso

Hi everyone. I have been practicing the Gigue (Giga) from Partita #1 in Bflat of Bach. I have made no progress lately. Specially I have troubles with my right hand. Can anyone suggest me some practice routine/ tips?

Thanks,
Alejandro.


xx Bach Partita Question
April 01, 2005, 04:34:33 PM by minimozart007

Dumb Question -

In the gigue of the 1st Partita by Bach, are the quarter notes played with the RH or LH?


xx Bach -- English Suite in G minor-- Gigue and Partita in Bb - Prelude
October 15, 2006, 12:21:02 AM by davidz


Hello all,

These pieces (like my previous tracks) were recorded on a Charles Walter grand piano at my friend's house in Allentown, PA.  I hope you like them.

Regards,
David Z.




xx Bach
September 24, 2009, 07:10:01 PM by pianisten1989

Some preformances of bach, or baroque music in generall, is so very.., I don't know the english word, but you can really see ppl dance in front of you when they play. And some preformances is the complete oppisite.

I play bach's first partita, and I know noone can dance to these movements, but do you have any tips for creating this "dancing" feel while playing?


xx Protocol for Bach's Menuet from Partita No. 1?
July 21, 2010, 07:15:42 PM by Karli

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xx Gigue by Bach from Partita no 1
October 25, 2010, 02:42:31 PM by isabell

I have heard this famous and much loved piece many times on Cds, on the radio and I also watched it on Youtube. I would like to play it with all my heart... I have downloaded the music sheet from pianostreet. However, I am confused which hand plays what - and there is no fingering. I have searched the Internet for sheet music with fingering but have had no success. When I attempt to play it, it sounds nothing like I have heard. When other people play it, there are notes that I cannot see on the music sheet, played by L hand in particular. I also don't know how to do the trills. I have played some fairly difficult pieces, including bach inventions a couple of preludes - but this one totally baffles me, and I don't have a teacher to help me as I live too far away from the city.
So I am very confused. If anyone could help me that would be great.
Thank you so much,
Isabell


xx J.S. Bach - Partita in B flat (Prelude, Sarabande, Gigue)
January 17, 2011, 12:21:24 AM by beccaboo128

Hey everyone!
I am currently scrambling to prepare for my ARCT exam which is in less than two weeks!
Anyways, I've always been told that Bach isn't my cup of tea, so I thought it'd be a good idea to post an mp3 of myself playing in order to get some pointers from more advanced players.  Some major points of concern, in my opinion, are my crappy use of pedal and somewhat harsh tone.  Any critism is welcome, but please remember I'm only 16 (haha and to be honest, quite sensitive)!  Sorry about the Gigue, everyone. I didn't have time to record it again - my ipod was running out of battery.

Thanks so much!


xx Partita 1 (BWV 825) - Bach
July 03, 2011, 12:53:13 AM by babaz

Hello,

What do you think about this first recording ?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joBOCuDw0lw

Thank you !


xx Bach is a bastard...(Bach Partita no 1 & Beethoven Sonata op 109)
February 22, 2012, 04:46:20 AM by perfect_pitch

Well... metaphorically speaking... sorry about the Title.

My frustration comes from when I did the Bach Partita No. 1 for an exam, and one of the main comments is that they didn't like the articulation I had done, or my ability to vary repeated sections etc... It seems that with Bach an examiner can validate your playing and interpretation and another can tell you it's crap and worthless.

I'm beginning to wonder if it's worth me tackling the Fellowship Exam again, and I picked up the first Mov from the Bach and the Beethoven to get my fingers working again.

I would like you all to be brutally honest about what you think sucks, what you think works, or what just needs a little tweaking. I'm fine with comments like 'that sucks'... if you can validate why and give some help. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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