Piano Concerto In D Minor, BWV 1052 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Edited by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Klaus Schubert. For two pianos four-hands. This edition: Urtext. Baroque. Difficulty: medium. Piano duet score (2 copies necessary for performance). Duet notation. BWV 1052. 64 pages. Published by Edition Peters (PE.P09980).
With duet notation. Baroque. 9x12 inches.
MusicPartner play-along CD and Sheet Music/ MusicPartner CD Pack are also available (see MP9980 and Q9980 respectively)2-piano score (for the full score, see EP9384; string parts are available).
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January 17, 2013
harpsichord Concerto in D Minor
Why do you csll it a piano concerto? You should not even call it a "keyboard" concerto, as if it could be played on an accordion. This is the greatest of all single harpsichord concertos. If you call it a piano concerto, we harpsichordists have no literature.
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