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Partita

 

in 17th- and 18th-century music, a type of variation on a choral melody, for organ; also, a type of instrumental suite consisting chiefly of dances.

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The Sonatas & Partitas work well in atomised form, either as individual sonatas, or single movements (although I would argue that the one movement which is not served well by being played alone is the Ciaconna).
Ejemplo de lo anterior y advertido por Thoene, se tiene en las tonalidades de las sonatas y partitas, las cuales son: Sonata I en Sol menor--Partita I en Si menor, Sonata II en La menor--Partita II en Re menor, Sonata III en Do Mayor--Partita III en Mi mayor.
More fine Bach comes from Murray Perahia, who completes the keyboard Partitas with a second disc containing Nos 1, 5 and 6 recorded in beautiful sound by Sony in Berlin.
Pavlo Beznosiuk, leader of both the Avison Ensemble and the Academy of Ancient Music, divided the six sonatas and partitas over two concerts at Newcastle's Castle Keep - of which I caught the first.
Muffat's works appearing for the first time in print all come from manuscript XIV 743 in the Minoritenkonvent, Vienna (probably copied between 1707 and 1709), and consist of complete and fragmentary partitas attributed and unattributed in the source--in all, thirty-nine movements in C major, D minor, and F major.
The first, the Turkish composer Ahmet Adnan Saygun's Allegretto from Partita, Op.
Originally published in 1726 when Bach was in his 40s, these dance music suites were particularly popular at the time and are argued to be among the most ambitious of his compositions with Partitas No.
Asienta, primeramente, que "Bach no escribio sonatas para flauta", y en seguida senala que "Franco reunio partes de las sonatas 29 y 35, a las que agrego algo de una 'partita' para crear una nueva obra".
This works quite well, though it still does not group the Sonatas and Partitas together.
This young man is a giant among pianists of his generation, bringing to performances of two Bach Partitas an intellectual, emotional and technical grasp which persuaded us of the depths which lie behind these standardised dance-forms in their sequence of movements.
A new recording from Nigel North, Bach on the lute, volume 1 (Linn Records, CKDO13, rec 1993), comprises North's own transcriptions of three of the Sonatas and Partitas for violin (BWV1001, 1002, 1004).
BACH Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin (Arte Nova Classics): No government spin-doctor could have contrived a more appropriate millennium event than the 250th anniversary of Bach's death, a landmark which will provide the year 2000 with countless musical activities commemorating that demise on July 28 1750.