Violin Sonata No.1 in G minor, BWV 1001 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
|For collections of all Bach's violin sonatas and partitas, see 6 Violin Sonatas and Partitas, BWV 1001-1006.|
For Trumpet solo (Rondeau)
Alfred Dörffel (1821–1905)
Because it was not available for consultation at the time, the editor of this score did not use Bach's autograph manuscript as a source for the Bach-Gesellschaft edition. The BG edition therefore contains occasional differences from the autograph. Perfomers are urged to consult the J.S. Bach autograph, or a modern critical edition, to settle questions of interpretation (especially in matters of phrasing and articulation).
Hans Wessely (1862-1926)
London: Joseph Williams, 1923. Plate JW 263a.
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 Piano solo (Godowsky)
Leopold Godowsky (1870–1938)
New York: Carl Fischer, 1924. Plate 23017.
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For Piano solo (Pick-Mangiagalli)
For Trumpet solo (Lichtmann)
For Lute (Bach)
- See: Fugue in G minor, BWV 1000
For Piano solo (Raff)
For Piano solo (Brahms)
|Work Title||Violin Sonata No.1|
|Composer||Bach, Johann Sebastian|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||BWV 1001|
|Year/Date of Composition||1720|
|Composer Time Period||Baroque|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|