Bach Prelude in C major, BWV 924

This Prelude in C major, catalogued as BWV 924 is a work by Johann Sebastian Bach, usually found is his colection named Nine Little Preludes, BWV 923-932, or, alternatively, BC L57-63. The set was written around 1720, though it first publishing came more than a hundred years later, in 1843. Some scholars consider the nine preludes as spurious, and insist that they were actually written byu Wilhelm Friedmann Bach, Johann Sebastian's eldest son. Coincidentally, the Prelude in C major is also part of the Klavierbuchlein fur Wilhelm Friedmann, a collection of keyboard music compiled by Johann Sebastian for this same son. An alternative version of the Prelude exists, named BWV 924a.


Prelude in C, BWV 924



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