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3 Duets for Flute from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach (1725)

Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
5 minutes
Classical music
Duet (Flute)
Instrumental parts
Not available

These approachable duets have been transposed to appropriate keys for the instrument. The dynamics and articulations are editorial suggestions. Other interpretations are possible. If desired, a teacher may play the upper line while a student plays the lower line.

According to conjecture, J.S. Bach began the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach in 1725 as a birthday gift to his second wife. During the years that followed, Bach and other members of his household added pieces to the notebook. Therefore, although many of the pieces are by Bach himself, some pieces may actually be by composers such as Bach�s son Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.

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