Two Part Invention No. 5 for Soprano Saxophone and Accordion - Lars Christian Lundholm

Two Part Invention No. 5 for Soprano Saxophone and Accordion

By Lars Christian Lundholm

  • Release Date: 2015-07-16
  • Genre: Art & Architecture
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From around 1720, the Inventions were originally composed as musical keyboard exercises for Johann Sebastian Bach's students while living in Koethen. Like the Well-Tempered Clavier, the Inventions were first published after his lifetime (in 1801)
Duet Sheet Music for Soprano Saxophone accompanied by Accordion arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm.
Two Part Invention No. 5 is also known by alternative title: BWV 772, 15 Inventions Number 5.

- Instrumentation: Soprano Saxophone and Accordion
- Level: Advanced
- Score Type: Solo Score
- Tempo: Fast
- Genre: Baroque
- Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
- Year Composed: 1720
- Pages (approximate): 4

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