Violin Sonata in Gm, BWV 1001

Though the key signature of the manuscript suggests D minor, such was a notational convention in the Baroque period, and therefore does not necessarily imply that the piece is in the Dorian mode. The second movement, the fugue, would later be reworked for the organ (in the Prelude and Fugue, BWV 539) and the lute (Fugue, BWV 1000), with the latter being two bars longer than the violin version.

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RecordingJ.S. Bach - Sonata No.1, G minor - I. Adagio
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RecordingJ.S. Bach - Sonata No.1, G minor - II. Fuga Allegro
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RecordingJ.S. Bach - Sonata No.1, G minor - III. Siciliano
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RecordingJ.S. Bach - Sonata No.1, G minor - IV. Presto
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RecordingAdagio
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Violin Sonata in Gm, BWV 1001
Violin Sonata in Gm, BWV 1001
Violin Sonata in Gm, BWV 1001
Violin Sonata in Gm, BWV 1001
Violin Sonata in Gm, BWV 1001
Violin Sonata in Gm, BWV 1001

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