BACH The Well-tempered Clavier II/ Gulda - Download - Buy NowRobert has only the first edition of C. Bach's Versuch; he offers keyboard scores of Bach cantatas. Schenker makes a first approach to Rudorff; it concerns interpretation of a passage in Chopin's Ballade No. Schenker reports progress on his Kontrapunkt. Bruckner's stumbling block was form. Hertzka complains at the embarrassment that Schenker has caused him over the Instrumentations-Tabelle, and proposes releasing the Table in two versions. Schenker agrees to the Instrumentations-Tabelle being published without his newly written Introduction.
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Tonic Chord May 5, Dominant Pedal Bars Gliding to C and D major in its early part, and at its conclusion firmly clenching the Tonic key. Especially noticeable in the opening bars are the skips of the Octave in the Bass part. These are frequently employed throughout the Prelude, and impart great sprightliness to it. Period I may be divided at Bar 5, where a new Melody is started in the Treble in the key of the Dominant.
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It is the first prelude and fugue in the second book of The Well-Tempered Clavier , a series of 48 preludes and fugues in every major and minor key. Unlike the Prelude in C major that opens book 1 of the Well-Tempered Clavier , which consists mostly of broken chords, this prelude features a continuously flowing sequence of melodic ideas that Cecil Gray , p. It develops without break or pause, without arrivals of significance, from beginning to end. The uninterrupted flow of notes tends to conceal the fact that the prelude as a whole is carefully constructed. Tovey continues, "with the middle of bar 5, the design begins to develop":. The entire passage of bars 5 to 13 is then repeated, with some small alterations, a perfect fourth higher in bars 20 to