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Published Music of J. S. Bach - Duets

Clavier

CLAVIERÜBUNG III (S. 802-805)

1669. Four Duets, edited by Hans Bischoff. Translation by Alexander Lipsky. Scarsdale (New York), Kalmus, c 1947. 13 pp., 35 cm. P.N.: 152

1670. Klavierübung III Teil, Vier Duette nach dem Erstdruck revidiert und herausgegeben von Kurt Soldan, Fingersatz von Hans Beltz. Leipzig, C. F. Peters [1938]. 2 ll.; 15, [1] pp.; illus.; facs. (music); 30 cm. Two copies. P.N.: 11357

1671. Quatre duos -- E moll, F dur, G dur, A moll ... Edition nouvelle, Rédigée par Fréd. Conr. Griepenkerl. ... Leipzig, au Bureau de Musique de C. F. Peters [1851?], [1], 78-89 pp.; 33 cm.; wove paper. (Pièces détachées de la 4me livraison ... No. 11.) P.N.: 2696

1672.  Vier Duetten für das Piano-forte von Johann Sebastian Bach. Berlin, Trautwein [ca. 1835], 1 l., [1], 4-9 pp.; 33 cm.; wove paper. P.N.: 615

CLAVIERÜBUNG III: Arrangement for violin

1673. 5 Duetten für zwey Violinen ... Neue Auflage. ... Vienna, bei Tobias Haslinger [ca. 1830]. 2 parts. 34 cm., wove paper. Contents: Fughetta in C minor for clavier (S. 961) and 4 duets from the Clavier Übung III.  P.N.: T.H.293

Voice

1674. Fourteen Duets for Soprano-Bass from the Cantatas of J. S. Bach. [Philadelphia] Association of American Choruses [ca. 1949]. 1 l., 105 pp., 26 cm. (Choral Series, No. 173.) photo-offset lithograph process. Translation by Henry S. Drinker.

1675. Seventeen Duets for Soprano and Alto from the Cantatas of J. S. Bach. [Philadelphia] Association of American Choruses [1949?]. 3 ll., 99 pp., 26 cm. (Choral Series, No. 179.) photo-offset lithograph process. Translation by Henry S. Drinker.

1676. Seventeen Duets for Soprano and Alto from the Cantatas of J. S. Bach. [Philadelphia] University of Pennsylvania, n.d. 62 pp., 27 cm. (Choral Series, No. 6.) Edited by Henry S. Drinker. Unaccompanied.

1677. Six Duets for Tenor and Bass from the Cantatas of J. S. Bach. [Philadelphia] University of Pennsylvania, n.d. 20 pp., 27 cm. (Choral series, No. 15.) Edited by Henry S. Drinker. Unaccompanied.
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