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Well-Tempered Clavier Book II Lb14

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Vol 14
Composer J S Bach
Arranger Carl Czerny
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Catalog # 50252040

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Well-Tempered Clavier Book II Lb14 Composed by J S Bach. Arranged by Carl Czerny. For Piano Folio. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50252040, UPC: 073999807516)

OMEA, 2015, Class A: Any Prelude and Fugue: Normally in stock:

This Volume 2 of the Bach Well-Tempered Clavier includes the preludes and fugues, #1 through #24. Edited by Carl Czerny.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN A MAJOR, #19  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN A MINOR, #20  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN A-FLAT MAJOR, #17  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN B MAJOR, #23  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN B MINOR, #24  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN B-FLAT MAJOR, #21  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN B-FLAT MINOR, #22  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN C MAJOR, #1  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN C MINOR, #2  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN C-SHARP MAJOR, #3  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN C-SHARP MINOR, #4  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN D MAJOR, #5  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN D MINOR, #6  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN D-SHARP MINOR, #8  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN E-FLAT MAJOR, #7  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN E-MAJOR, #9  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN E-MINOR, #10  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN F MAJOR, #11  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN F MINOR, #12  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN F-SHARP MAJOR, #13  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN F-SHARP MAJOR, #14  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN G MAJOR, #15  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN G MINOR, #16  
PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN G-SHARP MINOR, #18  
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