Three Preludes and Fugue (BWV848, BWV849, BWV860) from “The Well-tempered Clavier” for composed by J.S. Bach
Edited by Friedrich von Huene for Flute and Piano
Includes score and parts
Johann Sebasian Bach's “Well-Tempered Clavier” has been admired by many generation. For the keyboard player, most pieces demand unusually high musicality and, in their origianl form, are for flutists impossible. The similarity of many preludes to movements from Bach's solo or Triosnatas gave the idea for these arrangements. Bach and his contemporaries often reworked their compositions to make them fit other combinations of instruments. Some passages naturally had to be changed (mostly through octave transpositions) and, when necessary, the appropriate chords were added for the right hand of the harpsichord.
Praludium and Fuge III (BWV 848) (originially in C# Major) – Praludium (E major), Fuge (E Major)
Praludium and Fuge IV (BWV 849) (originally in c# minor) – Praludium (e minor), Fuge (e minor)
Praludium and Fuge XV (BWV 860) – Praludium (G Major), Fuge (G Major)
*These are different preludes and fugues than listed in Falls House Press' edition of Three Preludes and Fugues.