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A BARGAIN! INCLUDES THE RIGHT TO MAKE ONE COPY! This duet is one from a set of fifteen based on the two-part inventions of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Bach wrote the two-part inventions (BWV 772-786) in 1723. Some pieces may have been transposed; original keys are indicated before each piece. I have included tempi and initial dynamics; these are only suggestions. In order to maintain a cleaner appearance, I have included the original ornament symbols, rather than writing out the ornaments. A number of websites include descriptions of Baroque ornaments. To save you money, purchase of this score includes the right to make 1 (only one) photocopy so that both performers can have a copy.
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