Solo per il cembalo, H 1, BWV Anhang 129
Solo for the Harpsichord from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena BachThis beautiful and challenging Solo per il cembalo, H 1, BWV Anhang 129 by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach is the 27th entry in the Notenbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach gave this notebook to his wife Anna Magdalena in 1725.
Over the years, the notebook was filled with favorite selections of the members of the Bach family.
This Solo per il cembalo is an early version of the first movement of the Sonata in E flat Major, H 16, W 65/7.
It was probably copied in Anna Magdalena's Notebook after 1734.
In the Notenbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach, it is written in Anna Magdalena's hand, without any attribution, and with this title Solo per il cembalo.
This score is an Urtext edition based on the original manuscripts available.
Please note that this score contains suggestions for performing the ornaments (here, trills) in accordance with the performance practice of the Baroque period.
In particular, trills are played ON the beat, starting on the upper auxiliary note.
Please note also that the slur in measure 61 is editorial as it does not appear in the source, but it is justified by a similar slur in measure 19.
Duration : 03:12
Source : Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Pieces from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach.
For the complete contents of this Notebook, please refer to : Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach [Notenbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach], 1725.
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