Bach Concerto in D minor for Violin (IMC)
Bach, Concerto in D minor for Violin (IMC)
Violin with piano reduction
Edited by Reitz and Mostras and revised by Waldo Lyman
The original harpsichord concerto is generally assumed to be based on a lost violin concerto by Bach. John Butt wrote that "it contains many passages suggestive of string crossing and of figuration based around open strings". He adds " if this indeed the case it (was) Bach's most virtuoso violin concerto" and was "generally assumed to have been a very early concerto". both John Butt and Peter Wollny have suggested the possibility that there was no violin original, and instead that, to quote Wollny, "one cannot but conclude that the work was conceived from the outset for keyboard instrument ... many features of this composition – including the repeated intrusion of the solo part into the tutti sections – can only be explained if one starts from the fundamental precedence of the keyboard instrument."
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