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Bach: Partita No. 5 in G Major

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Johann Sebastian Bach - Partitas :
Partita, No. 5
Partita  No. 5  in G Major by Bach piano sheet music
Key: G Major Year: 1731
Level: 8+ Period: Baroque
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (2182 kB)

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xx Bach
June 22, 2011, 03:08:10 AM by thalberg


smiley Bach G major partita -- 3 middle movements./Some Rachmaninov
June 20, 2005, 05:38:38 AM by ahmedito

Hi. My first posts in the audition room were the sarabande and corrente from the G major Partita. Here I post the Allamande, Tempo de Minuetta and Passepied. For best results, check out my other two posts with the sarabande and corrente and listen to them one after the other, cause they are from the same performance (well, exam, so I was pretty nervous). There are quite a few screwups and slips, but Id really love to hear what you think. The recording quality is very good, it was taken by pros at the school.

The 4th one is the first few minutes from Rachmaninov's little elegiac trio (not the big one). The people recording it had trouble with their computer, so this was all that was salvaged, just the presentation of the theme by the piano.

... hope to hear from you. Smiley

EDIT 6 July 2005: Rachmaninov file removed

xx Bach: Corrente from G major Partita
June 17, 2005, 02:48:43 AM by ahmedito

Heres the Corrente from the G major Partita (This is from a public exam)

What do you think?

EDIT: 22 downloads and only one reply?Huh Its either not good, or I need to post Islamey to get some feedback? Id really like to hear what you think.

xx Bach: Sarabande from G major Partita
June 17, 2005, 12:56:09 AM by ahmedito

This is from an exam, what do you think? I left out the repetition.

Im finally home and I can post some stuff.

I'd love to hear your comments.

EDIT: 17 downloads and not one reply? Its either not good, or I need to post Islamey to get some feedback! Id really like to hear what you think.

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