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Thread: An other way to play Bach's preludium Bwv 549

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    Commodore con Forza musicalis's Avatar
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    An other way to play Bach's preludium Bwv 549

    What happens when you voluntarily forget the accidentals sharps and flats and you play fast the bwv 549 preludium in C minor ?
    You don't know ? So listen.

    Last edited by musicalis; Apr-20-2009 at 00:14.
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    I must admit that this was a rather interesting listen.

    Hope ol' JS isn't rolling over in his grave ...
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    After the opening line in the pedals, I thought I was hearing some kind of avatar of the C Major BWV 545.

    I'm wondering what the reverse would sound like: taking a midi file of BWV 545 and adding three flats.

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