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The Accompaniment in "Unaccompanied" Bach
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Table of Contents

Foreword / Mauricio Fuks
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. Principles of Interpretation
Notation
Polyphony
Harmony
Metre
Dynamics
Inequality
Fingering
Note Length
Bow Direction
Articulations
Ornamentation2. Dance Forms
Allemanda
Bouree/Borea
Ciaccona
Corrente
Gavotte
Gigue/Giga
Loure
Menuet
Sarabanda/Sarabande
Siciliana
Double
Preludio3. Analytical Methods and Exercises
G-Minor Adagio
G-Minor Fuga
D-Minor Allemanda4. The Improvisatory Movements
G-Minor Sonata: Adagio
A-Minor Sonata: Grave 5. The Fugues
G-Minor
A-Minor
C-Major6. The Ostinato Movements
Partita II: Ciaccona
Sonata III: Adagio7. The Dance-like Movements
Bouree and Borea
Tempo di Borea
B-Minor Corrente
D-Minor Corrente
Gavotte en Rondeau
The Giga
The Gigue
The Loure
The Menuets
The Sarabande and Sarabanda
The B-Minor Sarabande
The D-Minor Sarabanda8. The Virtuoso Movements
G-minor Sonata: Presto
B-Minor Corrente - Double
The A-Minor Finale
The C-Major Allegro assai
The E-Major Preludio9. The Philosophical Movements
The Allemanda
B-Minor Partita
D-Minor Partita10. The Lyrical Movements
The Siciliana
A-Minor Sonata: Andante
The C-Major Sonata: Largo11. Right-hand Technique
Polyphony
Chordal Technique
Martele and Spiccato
Sautille
Bariolage
Ondeggiando12. Left-hand Technique
The Role of Vibrato
Half-Position
Choice of Fingerings
Intonation
TuningLast Words
Bibliography

About the Author

Stanley Ritchie is Distinguished Professor of Music at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. He is a leading exponent of Baroque and Classical violin playing and recipient of the Early Music America's highest award, the Howard Mayer Brown Award for Lifetime Achievement in Early Music.

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Superb! Very inspired material eloquently written. Stanley Ritchie explains each movement of Bach's solo violin Sonatas and Partitas with such clarity and understanding in the thought process without being in any way `dry'.

* Stringendo AUSTA *
For any violinist, this book is a practical delight. It deserves to join the great works by Leopold Mozart, Editha Knocker, Leopold Auer, Pierre Baillot, Joseph Szigeti, and their peers, which are on every serious player's shelf. * Fontes Artis Musicae *

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