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Prelude 3 in C minor, BWV 999- Bach

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Prelude in C Minor, BWV 999, also termed The “Little” Prelude in C Minor, is a piece written by Johann Sebastian Bach sometime between 1717 and 1723. Though originally composed for Lute-Harpsichord (Lautenwerck) it has since been adapted for various instruments, including lute, piano and guitar. It is a pedagogical work much in the spirit of The Well-Tempered Clavier, with which it shares musical characteristics.

This piece is perfect for experimenting with the use of drum machines and automatic accompaniment of my CVP piano. This will slowly open the door to the use of DAW softwares in the future and create richer and more contemporary arrangements.

Sheet Music

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Level: Grade 4
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Midi File

Midi file for educational purposes, compatible with digital pianos supporting midi files and with the Synthesia game.


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Tutorials

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Demo with sheet music: 4 different tempo by Paul Barton

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Le Prélude en ut mineur (BWV 999, souvent simplement appelé le Petit prélude de Bach) est un prélude pour luth seul écrit par Johann Sebastian Bach, probablement à la fin des années 1710 ou au début des années 1720 et publiée pour la première fois en 1843. La pièce a été arrangée pour de nombreux d’instruments, violon, piano, guitare, etc., elle convient donc parfaitement pour experimenter l’utilisation des boites a rythmes et les accompagnements automatiques de mon piano CVP. Cela va m’ouvrir tout doucement la porte à l’utilisation des logiciels MAO par la suite et créer des arrangements plus riches et plus contemporains.
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