Bach's Works for Solo Violin: Style, Structure, Performance

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Index
accidentals, 13, 15–16, 138
aesthetics of music, 126–127
Agricola, Johann Friedrich, 20, 22–23, 75, 143
allemandes, 139–140, 149–150
analysis
eighteenth-century, vi, 76–78, 128, 170
nineteenth-century, 126–127, 164
Auer, Leopold, 37, 64, 66
Bach, Anna Magdalena, 19
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel, 7, 9, 20, 27, 101
Bach, Johann Sebastian
notation, 12–19, 39, 49–50, 63, 113–115, 138
parallel-section movements, 89–101
as teacher, 42, 147–149, 152
and violin, 9–11, 131
See also Bach’s works; solo-violin works, Bach’s; Well-Tempered Clavier
Bach, Maria Barbara, 6
Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann, 7, 27, 147–149
Bach’s works
Art of the Fugue, 163
B-minor Mass, 157
Brandenburg Concertos, 7, 9–10, 94–97
Cantata no. 29, 50
English Suites, 84, 104, 140, 149
French Suites, 7, 140, 149
Goldberg Variations, 151–152
Inventions, 3, 7: in C major (2 parts), 3, 89–93; in A minor (3 parts), 113–115
Overture (BWV 831), 50
Partitas (keyboard), 140, 149, 150
Praeludium and Fuga in C major (BWV 531), 67
preludes, 25–33, 140
Sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord, 7
Sonatas for violin and harpsichord, 7, 94–95
St. John Passion, 54
St. Matthew Passion, 5, 151
Suites for solo cello, 7
Toccata and Fugue in D minor (BWV 565), 67–68
See also Bach, Johann Sebastian; solo-violin works; WellTempered Clavier Baker, Nancy, 173
Bartók, Béla, 3–4
basso continuo, 4, 11–12
beams, 17
Beethoven, Ludwig van, v, 3, 9, 14, 80, 126, 127, 163
Bellini, Vincenzo, 110
Bent, Ian, 164, 174
Bernstein, David, 174
Biehr, Oskar, 22
Bonds, Mark Evan, 169, 174
bourrée, 139, 140, 150, 174
Boyden, David, 19, 39
Brahms, Johannes, v, 6, 9, 108, 152, 164

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • One - The History of Bach's Solo-Violin Works 3
  • Two - The G-Minor Adagio 25
  • Three - The G-Minor Fuga 56
  • Four - The Siciliana of the G-Minor Sonata 87
  • Five - The G-Minor Presto 108
  • Six - The Partitas 139
  • Seven - Closing Thoughts 157
  • Notes 163
  • Works Cited 175
  • Index 183
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