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Bach Quiz No. 2 - January 1998
... and the winner is ...
Sam Etler
There were 45 total entries and 13 correct answer submissions for the quiz.
( Incorrectly spelled answers were accepted. )
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This month's prize has been provided by
John Marks Records


Arturo Delmoni · Violin
Nathaniel Rosen · Cello


J.S. Bach
Two-Part Inventions
1,3,6,7,9,10, and 13

Zoltan Kodaly
Duo for Violin and Violoncello

Tommaso Giordani
Duetto II

Bohuslav Martinu
Duo for Violin and Violoncello

G.F. Handel

The Quiz ...

The Two and Three-Part Inventions are also known as the 'Inventions and ???'


The Two and Three-Part Inventions were also included in the 'Clavierbüchlein' that Bach started for this member of his immediate family:

his son, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach

What other cycle of Bach keyboard works bears some similarity to the Two-Part Inventions in their strict application of two voices?

The Four Duets ( Duettos ) BWV 802-805

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