Flute Sonata in E major, BWV 1035 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
Source, alternative formats, and notes:
From Pandora Records's 1974 album titled "Complete and Authentic Works from the Neue Bach Gesellschaft [Ausgabe]," Pan104. Ogg Vorbis files can be found here.
Instruments and tuning:
The traverso was made by Engelhard of Nuernberg, who was born in 1758. The pitch is A=419 Hz. This flute is from the de Wit collection in Amsterdam and was kindly lent by the owner for the recording. The harpsichord is an Italian replica, similar to the one used for the Italian harpsichord recording, except for a nasard stop, an additional row of jacks close to the plucking point.
This sonata is tuned in mean-tone.
Bass realization was done by Martha Goldstein.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 3 Flutes (Dixon)
For Alto Recorder and Continuo (Müller-Schmidt)
|Work Title||Flute Sonata|
|Composer||Bach, Johann Sebastian|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||BWV 1035|
|Year/Date of Composition||1741|
|Composer Time Period||Baroque|
|Flute Sonatas by Johann Sebastian Bach|