Cafe 1930 by Astor Piazzolla

Cafe 1930 by Ástor Piazzolla (1921-1992)

Astor Piazzolla Ástor Pantaleón Piazzolla was an Argentine tango composer and bandoneón player. His oeuvre revolutionized the traditional tango into a new style termed nuevo tango, incorporating elements from jazz and classical music. A virtuoso bandoneónist, he regularly performed his own compositions with different ensembles.

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BWV 786 Invention No 15 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 786 Invention No 15 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 785 Invention No 14 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 785 Invention No 14 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 783 Invention No 12 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 783 Invention No 12 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 782 Invention No 11 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 782 Invention No 11 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 781 Invention No 10 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 781 Invention No 10 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 780 Invention No 9 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 780 Invention No 9 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 778 Invention No 7 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 778 Invention No 7 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 777 Invention No 6 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 777 Invention No 6 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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BWV 776 Invention No 5 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 776 Invention No 5 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

It is believed that Bach’s intention was to bring the 15 inventions together as a single work along with his three-part piece known as the Sinfornias, confirmed by the way that they are presented in a manuscript penned in his own hand in 1723. These inventions demonstrate contrapuntal technique and explore musical expressions while developing motids in a logical fashion.

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