Three Preludes and Fugue (BWV853, BWV891, BWV893) from “The Well-tempered Clavier” composed by J.S. Bach
Edited by Friedrich von Huene for Flute and Piano
Includes score and parts
These arrangements give the flautist the chance to play this beautiful music and appreciate the ingenious contrapuntal techniques. They have been transposed to make them suitable for modern as well as the Baroque traverso. A violoncello or a viola da gamba may be added to reinforce the bass line.
Praeludium and Fuga VIII (BWV 853) – Praeludium (g minor), Fuga a 3 Voci (g minor)
Praeludium and Fuga XXII (BWV 891) – Praeludium (d minor), Fuga a 4 Voci (d minor)
Praeludium and Fuga XXIV (BWV 893) – Praeludium (e minor), Fuga a 3 Voci (e minor)
*These are different preludes and fugues than listed in the Zimmermann edition of Three Preludes & Fugues from “The Well-tempered Clavier”