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Title: Partita BWV 1013 Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach Instrument: Violin Edited By: Ruggiero Ricci Instrumentation: Solo Pages: 2
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The manuscript of BWV 1013 for transverse flute is part of a careful and complete collective manuscript containing the Sonatas and Partitas for violin solo BWV 1001-1006 believed to be copied in Cöthen. The Allemande from the Partita in d-minor for violin shares a similar structure to that of BWV 1013 for flute. As one of the most popular dance forms incorporated into Baroque music, the allemande is believed to be derived from a German style of dance in which dancers formed a line of couples who then extended their hands forward parading across the length of the room walking three steps and balancing on one foot.
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