Bach Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002

The Partita No. 1 in Bm, BWV 1002 is a piece for solo violin composed by J.S. Bach in 1720. It was written in his early days, when the composer hoped for a church position, though after being heard by Duke Johann Ernst, a court musician position was offered to him. Before exploring solo work, Bach had focused mainly on chamber music.

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Sheet Music

Recordings

Accou - Bourree [I.S. Bach BWV 1002, Violin Partita No 1 in B minor]
Accou - Sarabande BWV 1002 (Partita No.1 for violin solo in B-minor)
I. Allemanda
II. Double
III. Corrente
IV. Double Presto
V. Sarabande
VI. Double
VII. Tempo di Borea
VIII. Double
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002

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Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002
Violin Partita no. 1, BWV 1002

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