The Prelude in E minor, BWV a is a piece for keyboard (harpsichord) composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. It features as No. 18 (“Praeludium 5”) in the.
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Prelude – BWV 855a – JS Bach
The bass line is made up of running sixteenth notes throughout. Preface in English and German.
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This sheet music has been placed in the public domain by the typesetter. The fugue is in 2 voices and there are 42 measures.
The treble line is made up of running sixteenth notes throughout with mixed notes in between. Siloti also adds a repeat of the entire work, in order to allow for a change of voicing where the melody in the left hand is emphasized. Views Read Edit View history. The score can be downloaded in the format of your preference: Bach Twelve 855w Preludes. OK, I agree No, give me more info.
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Prelude in E minor, BWV 855a
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Prelude in E minor, BWV a
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I grant anyone the right to use this work for any purpose, without any conditions, unless such conditions are required by law. Prelude in B minor 4: Gutheil of Moscow,  and was performed by Siloti in public for the “first time” according to an announcement in the Manchester Guardian in February This arrangement has been described as “perhaps Siloti’s most tender and perfect” transcription.