Five Two Part Inventions for flute duet

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Johann Sebastian Bach‘s Two Part Inventions are a collection of fifteen short contrapuntal keyboard pieces, originally written in 1723 for his eldest son, and later rewritten as musical exercise for his students. (He also composed fifteen three part pieces as a companion.) They work really well as exciting duets for C flute and bass lute, and are excellent to augment a program, providing a flare of music from one of the greatest!

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Title:
Five Two Part Inventions
Composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach
Arranger:
Per Magnus Bystrom
Tempo/Style:
Andante, Presto
Length:
7 minutes to 8 minutes
Parts:
2 part
Difficulty:
Moderate
Instruments:
1 C flutes
1 Bass flute

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