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Bach's Goldberg Variations Demystified By Cory Hall
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Bach intended his 30 "Goldberg Variations", BWV 988, as a compendium of styles and tempos grouped mostly into pairs according to meter and tempo. This seminal study, originally published in... More > "American Music Teacher", unveils Bach's ingenious large-scale symmetrical design with an emphasis on tempo, performance, and pedagogy. Ideal for students and teachers!< Less
7 Goldberg Variations (Bwv988) for Trumpet By Johann Sebastian BACH
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7 GOLDBERG Variations (Bwv988) for C or Bb Trumpet & Piano. New transcription. 49 pages.
J. S. Bach The Goldberg Variations in Open Score By Kendall Durelle Briggs
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An open score edition of Bach's Goldberg Variations in both original C clefs and modern clefs.
Possibili significati simbolici delle Variazioni Goldberg di Johann Sebastian Bach By Sergio Ragaini
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Le variazioni Goldberg sono 30. I canoni sono multipli di 3, e l'ultima variazione a canone è la 27, vale a dire 3 x 3. Le variazioni sono divise in due dalla variazione 15. Oltre a questa,... More > l'unica variazione a canone in tonalità minore è la numero 21 (vale a dire 3 x 7). Queste sono solo alcune delle idee che troverete in questo lavoro, scritto nell'ottobre 2007. Sono soltanto possibilità, forse ipotesi, ma è un modo per cercare di comprendere che, forse, oltre alle bellissime note musicali di quest'opera, Bach ha voluto dirci qualcosa di più, indicando significati più nascosti e, sicuramente, interessanti e credo suggestivi.< Less
A ‘Period’ (two four-bar phrases) in Beethoven's Piano Sonata in C Minor, Op.13 (Pathetique) second movement is illustrated in fig.8, which is printed on each page for thirty pages, starting on p.11 By Todd Van Buskirk
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In Western art music or Classical music, a period is a group of phrases consisting usually of at least one antecedent phrase and one consequent phrase totaling about 8 measures in length (though this... More > varies depending on meter and tempo). Generally, the antecedent ends in a weaker and the consequent in a stronger cadence; often, the antecedent ends in a half cadence while the consequent ends in an authentic cadence. In music, variation is a formal technique where material is repeated in an altered form. 'Theme and variation' structure generally begins with a theme, typically between eight and thirty-two bars in length. Van Buskirk’s Piano Sonata is essentially a ‘theme without 30 variations’ which in turn points to the tradition of famous works that use this formal technique, such as Bach's Goldberg Variations and Beethoven's Diabelli Variations.< Less