Four Dances from Suite No 2 in B minor for Flute and Piano, or Two Flutes, BWV1067Includes Online Audio
- Great for teachers
From the Publisher
If you want to play some of the pieces best loved by flute players, select these four dances from Bach's famous Suite in B minor (BWV 1067), also known as the Overture in B minor /H moll. Staple repertoire of every flute player
- Badinerie: Famous music, fun and popular - it's even known as a ring tone!
- Minuet: is graceful with lovely harmony, and makes a good contrast to the Badinerie.
- Rondeau: is tuneful and fun to play.
- Polonaise: the variation looks hard but it's not !
The included flute duet* is the special feature of this edition, allowing the work to be performed by 2 equal flutes with or without a piano.
*in the duet version, flute 1 has the complete flute solo, while the accompaniment is compressed into a single line for the flute 2.
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).