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Bach Quiz No. 29 - November 2000
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This month's prize has been provided by
Lyrichord Discs
http://www.lyrichord.com/
and Richard Troeger

Inventions, Sinfonias,
( 18 ) Little Preludes

Bach on Clavichord, Vol. 3

Richard Troeger
Clavichord
Volume Three of the ground-breaking "Bach on Clavichord" series features more world premieres of the master's keyboard music performed to perfection by Richard Troeger. Lyrichordís series Bach On Clavichord will issue all of the major solo keyboard works of J.S. Bach in performances on the clavichord by Richard Troeger. This is the first integral recording of Bachís keyboard music ever to use the clavichord as its basis. Vols. 1 and 2 present the Six Partitas and the Seven Toccatas in their recorded premieres on the clavichord.



The Quiz ...

If your answers are correct, you will be entered into the contest to win a Bach CD.
Winners will be selected at random at the end of the month and notified by e-mail.
You may answer the quiz more than once but only your last entry will be counted.

You may also put the answers to the questions in an e-mail message and send it to:
dave@unpronounceable.com.

Please note, multiple entries from a single person using alternate e-mail addresses
and names will be disqualified. Multiple entries from the same household are
accepted within reason. ( no pets, distant cousins, or dearly departed )

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The Prelude in C minor, BWV 999 is often played on the keyboard, as
in this recording, but it is more often associated with what other instrument?

The Lute

The Five Preludes, BWV 939-943 are from the collection of   ( fill in the blank )  

Johann Peter Kellner

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