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Bach: Partita No. 6 in E Minor

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Johann Sebastian Bach - Partitas :
Partita, No. 6
Partita  No. 6  in E Minor by Bach piano sheet music
Key: E Minor Year: 1731
Level: 8+ Period: Baroque
piano sheet music Piano score: Scanned score (3334 kB)

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xx Toccata from Bach Partita No.6
September 11, 2010, 03:40:14 AM by qoogla_55

Please don't mind my horrible play plus untuned piano and page flipping sound. Just a random play from my usual practice. My ornaments are not well-articulated in several occasions.
Would like some constructive feedback on how to improve this piece. Have played this piece for 2 weeks so rather new to this.

xx Opinions on the difficuly of the "Air" from Bachs 6th Partita E minor
December 19, 2009, 12:50:37 AM by dtmowns

I am wondering about this for my first counterpoint piece? I think that probably an invention would be safer but I wondered what you guys thought.

xx Bach toccata from Partita no.6
April 15, 2009, 01:26:35 PM by imbetter

My brother and I have been having a discussing recently regarding the tempo of this particular movement. I've listened to many recordings of it and almost every pianist that plays it chooses a fairly slow tempo. Even though interpreting Bach is a very free and personal thing, this movement is clearly marked "toccata" which is supposed to be a fast moving, improvisational style piece.

We're curious what your opinions are when interpreting this piece and how you formed this interpretation.

xx quick question about Partita #6
April 18, 2007, 04:08:43 AM by cerulean

about the gigue in bach's 6th Partita in e minor.. this would be considered a fugue, right? or not...? I know a lot of bach's gigues are fughetta-like compositions, but is this one considered a full-on fugue?

thanks Smiley

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