18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F.207

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach composed his 18 Pieces for the Musical Clock, F. 207, in 1757. The score was first published 140 years later, in 1897. A standard rendition of the 18 pieces in one run takes around 22 minutes.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Fantasia in G major [BWV Anh.133]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Scherzo in G major [BWV Anh.134]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Burlesca in A minor [BWV Anh.135]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Trio in A minor [BWV Anh.136]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - L'Intrada della Caccia in E flat major [BWV Anh.137]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Continuazione della Caccia in E flat major [BWV Anh.138]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Il Fine delle Caccia - I in D major [BWV Anh.139]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Il Fine delle Caccia - II in D minor [BWV Anh.140]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Psalm song: "O Gott die Christenheit" [BWV Anh.141]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Psalm 110 in A minor [BWV Anh.142]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Polonaise in E minor [BWV Anh.143]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Polonaise Trio in A minor [BWV Anh.144]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - March in C major [BWV Anh.145]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - March in F major [BWV Anh.146]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - La Combattuta in G major [BWV Anh.147]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Scherzo in G minor [BWV Anh.148]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Menuet in G major [BWV Anh.149]
18 Pieces for Musical Clock, F. 207 - Trio in G minor [BWV Anh.150]
Composer Form Instrument Period
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Piece Organ Baroque

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach the second child and eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach, was a German composer and ...