6 Violin Sonatas and Partitas, BWV 1001-1006 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
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Composer's manuscript, n.d..
This exemplar contains the Partita in A minor, BWV 1013.
Günter Haußwald (1908-1974)
Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1958. Plate BA 5116.
Kassel: Bärenreiter, 2001.
In the USA this work is most likely in the public domain because it was published without a compliant copyright notice, no renewal was found after a thorough search of the Catalog of Copyright Entries, and was either ineligible for "restoration" under GATT/TRIPs and/or no record of an NIE filing was found in the online records of the US Copyright Office.
This exceptional document brings together the complete score with indications and comments provided by George Enescu to violinist Serge Blanc during his years of study with the maestro, including sonority, phrasing, tempi, fingering, and expression, culmination of the life’s work of a master considered as one of the greatest interpreters of this work.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Viola solo (Consolini)
Angelo Consolini (1859–1934)
Bologna: D. Mattiuzzi & F. Biancani, n.d.(ca.1910)
This book was published between 1906 and 1934. Mattiuzzi-Biancani Editions didn't survive the Second World War.
For Viola solo (Icking)
For Cello solo (Anonymous)
For Cello solo (Icking)
For 2 Violins (Kes)
Willem Kes (1856-1934)
Berlin: C.F. Vieweg, n.d. Plate V. 1814.
London: Musica Rara, n.d.
For Guitar (Gianninoto)
|Work Title||6 Violin Sonatas and Partitas|
|Alternative Title||3 Sonaten und 3 Partiten|
|Composer||Bach, Johann Sebastian|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||BWV 1001–1006|
|Movements/Sections||6 Sonatas and Partitas:|
|Year/Date of Composition||1720|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
Baroque violinist Jaap Schröder writing on the famous Chaconne in Bach's Solo Violin Works (Yale U.P. 2007): "It is essential to use the readily available facsimile of the Chaconnne [e.g. this particular IMSLP file]. . . . In most other editions Bach's arm has been twisted to make him write things he did not write."