Bach BWV 860 Well Tempered Clavier Prelude #15 In G Bassoon Studies
by Johann Sebastian Bach
Bassoon Solo - Digital Sheet Music

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By Rainer's Rainbow. By Johann Sebastian Bach. Arranged by R G Roth. Classical,Instructional,Romantic Period. Individual part. 6 pages. Rainer's Rainbow #6384415. Published by Rainer's Rainbow (A0.902123).

In 1722 Bach composed this Prelude #15 in G for piano. It is included in Book 1 of the Well Tempered Clavier. Here it is arranged for a solo unaccompanied Bassoon as either a performance piece or as a technical exercise.

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