BWV 1030
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BWV 1030

The Sonata in B minor for transverse flute and obbligato harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach (BWV 1030) is a sonata in 3 movements:

The existing autograph manuscript dates from after 1735, when Bach led the Collegium Musicum in Leipzig. There are errors in the manuscript, and another harpsichord part in G minor that is otherwise the same though transposed, that suggests that this, like the G minor and D major harpsichord concertos, may be among the works Bach transcribed from earlier works originally for other instrumental combinations and in other keys to be playable by performers at hand.[dubious ][1]



  1. ^ Berryman, Brian (2000). "Program Notes to Wilbert Hazelzet's Recording of the Bach Flute Sonatas" (PDF). Glossa Records. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 8, 2006. Retrieved .

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