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What genre is Partitia No5 in G major BWV 829?

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Baroque. All of Bach's work is in the style of Baroque.

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I would say the Minuet in G (BWV Anh. 114), the aforementioned Air which was not orignally just on the G string (from BWV 1068), 'Jesu Bleibet Meine Freude' (from BWV 147) and Toccata in D Minor (from BWV 565).

Wikipedia shows the manuscript of the first sonata (BWV 1001) is autographed from 1720. One could possibly assume that all the third partita (BWV 1006) was composed around the same time.

The well tempered Clavier (Das Wohltemperierte Clavier),BWV 846-893.

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Suite for Solo Cello No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude by Bach.

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The German catalogue number of a JS BACH work is called Bach Werke Gezeichnis (abbreviated to BWV). So Cantata N°4 has been catalogued in 1950 as BWV 4, for example. When the Catalogue was revised to include rediscovered works, the was added an Appendix (in German : Anhang, abbreviated to Anh.) So there are Apocryphal Bach Motets assigned the Catalogue numbers BWV Anh. 159-165.

Bach wrote quite a lot of songs, here is a list of all of them: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_songs_and_arias_of_Johann_Sebastian_Bach If you are looking for the most famous movements in his composition, I would probably say Air (from BWV 1068), Toccata in D Minor (from BWV 565), Jesu Bleibet Meine Freude (from BWV 147) and Minuet in G (BWV Anh. 115). As for his most famous whole compositions, probably the Mass in B Minor (BWV 232), the St. Matthew's Passion (BWV 244), the Brandenburg Concerti (BWV 1046-1051), the Goldberg Variations (BWV 988), and several cantatas (like 140, 147, 8, 211 and 106). Bach's works are so vast that giving you a mere five tracks seems to be unfair to the essence of the composer. Start with some discs of "The Best of Bach" or similar titles, and slowly work your way through the works of this amazing composer. I just gave you small taste here.

Composition Date; 1730 - 1734

The first year in the list of Bach's compositions is 1700. Three titles are catalogued: - Christ, der du bist der helle Tag - Organ Works - BWV 766 - O Gott, du frommer Gott - Organ Works - BWV 767 - Sei gegruesset, Jesu guetig - Organ Works - BWV 768

The original piece is part of Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068 also known as "Air on the G string"

Bach's BWV 1043 is a Concerto for Two Violins and Strings in D minor; it is in 3 movements. The first movement is in cut time; the 2nd movement is in 12/8; the 3rd movement is in 3/4.

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It is soothing and speaks to the soul...even though most of it is in German. Go to napster search track and type in Jesu joy of mans desiring. If you don't mind me asking, have you ever listened to bach before? --- As an avid fan of baroque-era music and Bach in particular, I find that he simply knew how to take a simple tune and draw every last drop of juice from in there (examples are Cantata BWV 140, the Art of Fugue and many others). Bach, having been a master scholar with access to hundreds of composers before and during his lifetime, as well as a player of essentially all instruments of his time - was able to create many different variations and interpretations of existing hymns. He transcribed existing music (BWV 593), wrote in traditional forms (BWV 1066-1069), wrote in 'wilder' forms (Toccata from BWV 564), wrote in all the musical keys (BWV 846-893), and even in ancient Greek modes (BWV 538). He wrote simple and touching things (BWV 999) as well as fancy music for huge choirs and orchestra (BWV 244). But of all the things that can be said (such as his mastery of single instruments like the cello in BWV 1007-1012) - I think that what touches me most is his mastery of the fugue form, where Bach takes a plain melody, and plays another one, two, three or even four melodies on top of it - creating a musical sensation which I think is unique and is the most appealing to me. Hope this helps. -------------- Short answer: because it communicates to a lot of people.

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