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[Musical score] [c. 1730] Triosonata No. 3 in D Minor / Johann Sebastian Bach.

Title: [Musical score] [c. 1730] Triosonata No. 3 in D Minor / Johann Sebastian Bach.
Personal Author: Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750.
Date: [c. 1730].
Extent: [1] leaf.
Accompanying Material: See also the accompanying cards on which provenance information regarding the score appears; it was originally in the possession of Fred J. Wolle, founder of the Bethlehem Bach Choir.
Abstract: The manuscript fragment is from Bach's Triosonata No. 3 in D minor, BMV 527, the first movement, measures 91-112, written during Bach's years in Leipzig (1727-1730) during which he wrote six triosonatas for the organ. This fragment, probably intended as a practice piece, is in the hand of one of Bach's copyists identified as "Kast's Anonymous No. 18." Bach, a German composer and organist, wrote instrumental, chamber, vocal, and church music, serving as the court organist at Weimar (1708-17), the court concert master (1714-17), the court Kapellmeister (1717-25) and the director of university music from 1723 onwards.
Personal Subject: Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750.
Subject: Organ music--Scores.

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