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BWV 527

To avoid having copyright problems, this is an electronically produced version of the tune with synthesized flute, soprano sax, and ‘cello doing the voices. The bouncy triplets that put it into 9/8 make this wistful D minor piece a contemplative ride with thousands of colors and emotions. I contemplate this piece when I have my morning tea, so this is also my daily supplement of Bach as recommended by Yehudi Menuhin. Trio Sonata #3 3rd movement has a lot of lucky threes in it as well.

Sheet music for Trio Sonata #3, 3rd mvmt, in pdf format


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