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Overture. Suite. No. 2 in B Minor, BWV 1067. Johann Sebastian Bach.

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Obertura. Suite. No. 2 in B Minor, BWV 1067. Johann Sebastian Bach.

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Overture. Suite. No. 2 in B Minor, BWV 1067 composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Arranged by Harry Newstone. For Orchestra. Study Score. Eulenburg Taschenpartituren. Pocket Scores. Study Score. 44 pages. Eulenburg Edition #ETP821. Published by Eulenburg Edition. HL.49010305. ISBN 379576842X. 5.25x7.5 inches. From early in the 17th century until the form engaged the interest of Johann Sebastian Bach, various notable German composers. including Rosenmüller, Fischer, Fasch and Telemann. had contributed to the development of the orchestral suite or 'Ouverture', which name betrays its French theatrical origins. From Bach himself only four such suites have come down to us due to the diligence of C.F.Penzel, who was a student at the Thomasschule from 1751, and who made copies of Bach's MSS he found there. Thus, neither the dates nor the order of composition of the suites can be established with any certainty. As to the present suite in B minor, recent criticism suggests that Bach's idiomatic flute writing in this popular suite would, even in 1737 or later, have been considered fashionably up-to-date even in Paris. It has also been suggested that the suite could have been written expressly for Pierre-Gabriel Buffardin, principal flautist of the Dresden Court Orchestra.

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Obertura. Suite. No. 2 in B Minor, BWV 1067 composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. 1685-1750. Arreglado por Harry Newstone. Para Orquesta. Partitura de Estudio. Eulenburg Taschenpartituren. Pocket Scores. Partitura de Estudio. 44 páginas. Eulenburg Edición ETP821. Publicado por Eulenburg Edición. HL.49010305. ISBN 379576842X. 5.25x7.5 inches. Desde principios del siglo 17 hasta la forma comprometida los intereses de Johann Sebastian Bach, varios compositores alemanes notables. incluyendo Rosenmüller, Fischer, Fasch y Telemann. habían contribuido al desarrollo de la suite orquestal o 'Ouverture', cuyo nombre delata sus orígenes teatrales francesas. Desde el propio Bach sólo cuatro suites han llegado hasta nosotros gracias a la diligencia de CFPenzel, que era un estudiante de la Thomasschule desde 1751, y que hizo copias de los manuscritos de Bach que encontró allí. Por lo tanto, ni las fechas ni el orden de la composición de las suites se pueden establecer con certeza. As to the present suite in B minor, recent criticism suggests that Bach's idiomatic flute writing in this popular suite would, even in 1737 or later, have been considered fashionably up-to-date even in Paris. It has also been suggested that the suite could have been written expressly for Pierre-Gabriel Buffardin, principal flautist of the Dresden Court Orchestra.