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    Download the sheet music - Bach - 6 Suites for viola solo - Marina Kuperman viola transcription on this page. This soulful and melodic string work of recognized artist - is a exclusive opus of composition for classical viola. Bach 's work daze the listeners by interesting spirit of soloist and.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Suite No. 6 / Suite No. 2 on Discogs.
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    Apr 07,  · Lillian Fuchs, – Where was she educated? She studied with Louis Svecenski and Franz Kneisel at the New York Institute of Musical Art (now the Juilliard School) How did she come to the viola? She began playing viola to join the Perole String Quartet Where did she work as a professional.
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    Feb 12,  · Callus plays the Sixth Suite in G major, rather than Bach’s D major. Although this involves changing Bach’s key, it also means that the viola version is closer in tessitura to Bach’s original than it would be in D major (a fourth higher rather than an octave), and it allows for more of Bach’s effects with open strings to be preserved.
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    Check out Bach: Cello Suites (Transcr. for Viola) by Lillian Fuchs on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on mabzollmyscibajacksesemlodifdaby.coinfo Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV (Transcr. for Viola): V. Menuetts I & II really fine playing. I've heard many renditions of the Bach 'cello suites on the viola, and this is now one of my 5/5(5).
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    Composed By – J.S. Bach* Liner Notes – Egon Kenton * Viola – Lillian Fuchs4/5(1).
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    Bach: BWV Sonata No Siciliano: Viola, Piano. Siciliano from Sonata No.2, originally for Flute and Continuo. Believed to be by JS Bach, but possibly by CPE Bach, his eldest son. Written in Gothen when Bach was conductor of the Court Orchestra. Viola, Piano. G mi. Original: Difficulty 5 out of 9.